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Staying on the radar after the job interview

setting the stage for career action

by Eileen Dooley
From Globe and Mail

March 17, 2011

THE SCENARIO

I’ve just completed the final round of interviews for a job I want so badly, I can taste it. The decision is now in the hands of the hiring committee. What can I do now to maximize my chances of getting this job?

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Dodge pitfalls when discussing salary

Dodge pitfalls when discussing salaryDon't offer too broad a wage range to prospective employers

by Derek Sankey, Calgary Herald
For Postmedia News

March 12, 2011

Changing labour market conditions are beginning to put more negotiating power into the hands of job hunters as the economy improves -but a lingering recession hangover is still causing potential new hires to make some mistakes when bargaining, says Calgary-based professional coach Eileen Dooley.

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Setting the stage for career action

setting the stage for career action

by Wallace Immen
Globe and Mail

December 24, 2010

If you’re feeling the need to find a new career role, you’re not alone. And the holiday down time is a perfect opportunity to assess your options and prepare for possible change.

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There's an art to quitting a job

There's an art to quitting a jobDepart in same professional way you arrived

Derek Sankey
For The Calgary Herald

Saturday, September 11, 2010

The now-infamous JetBlue employee's departure from his job down an aircraft emergency exit has faded from news headlines, but in the professional world, the art of quitting a job is as important as getting hired, say experts.

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