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9 Things Not to Do on LinkedIn

9 Things Not to Do on LinkedIn Aug 16, 2014 by:  Alison Doyle I thought it was just me who was getting a bit annoyed with LinkedIn lately. Then one of my Facebook friends commented that LinkedIn was starting to look a lot like Facebook. He’s right – with Happy Birthdays, inappropriate profile pictures, and […]

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Interview Questions and Answers for Jobseekers – daytonjobs.com

Interview Questions and Answers for Jobseekers – daytonjobs.com 120 Job Interview Questions and Best Answers Before you go to a job interview, take the time to review the most common interview questions you will most likely be asked. Also, review sample answers and advice on how to answer these typical interview questions. Interview Questions About […]

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The Top 12 Happiness Factors for Employees

The Top 12 Happiness Factors for Employees May 23, 2014 by Andy LaCivita  Reposted by Melinda O’Neil Interviewing would be a lot more effective for the job seeker and employer is they simply sat down, handed each other their list of demands, and then exchanged, “Can you please tell me how you satisfy these?” If […]

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Dayton Technical Recruiting Firm Transfers from Retiring Founder to Partner

As the new owner, Melinda O’Neil wants to maintain the firm’s reputation for quality search services while expanding its online reach and growing the contract staffing side of the business. Enterprise Search Associates places its contractors through the contract staffing back-office services of Top Echelon Contracting, Inc. Melinda O’Neil, Owner of Enterprise Search Associates (daytonjobs.com) For […]

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Keeping Your Job Search Organized Reposted by daytonjobs.com

Keeping Your Job Search Organized Reposted by daytonjobs.com 03/15/2014 By Yolanda Cox Hoffman Keeping Your Job Search Organized reposted by daytonjobs.com As a recruiting management professional, I’ve called countless people who have each applied to a job but don’t know who I am when I call to interview them. Often when I give them all […]

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5 Things Job Seekers NEED to Know About LinkedIn

5 Things Job Seekers NEED to Know About LinkedIn April 01, 2014 by: Elanie Stavrakas For Full Article visit:  https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140401012957-460284-5-things-jobseekers-need-to-know-about-linkedin The job market is tough and it can be confusing to job seekers. I see lots of job seekers creating profiles on LinkedIn and applying for jobs, but that’s just not enough these days. If […]

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Eight rules for success at work

Eight rules for success at work After reading Eight rules for success at work, See all Vijay’s posts. We desire success at work and a satiating career. But what does it take to get there? In this article, I have jotted down traits that I have always adhered to. These work for me. These generic guidelines […]

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What Interviewers Wish They Could Tell Every Job Candidate

What Interviewers Wish They Could Tell Every Job Candidate By:  Jeff Haden – Ghostwriter, Speaker, Inc. Magazine Columnist https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130916121134-20017018-what-interviewers-wish-they-could-tell-every-job-candidate In the best interviews, job candidates say a lot and interviewers very little – after all, the interview is about the candidate, not the interviewer. But there are a few things interviewers would like to tell […]

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How Things Change

How things change.   (I saw this article on TechCrunch posted by Greg Kumparak).   Please click link to view full article to include Brian Acton’s tweets.   http://techcrunch.com/2014/02/19/how-things-change/ Four years ago, Brian Acton was looking for a job. His job at Yahoo, where he’d filled many engineering roles over 11 years, had come to an end. He was networking with […]

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Follow us on LinkedIn

Follow us on LinkedIn @ https://www.linkedin.com/company/enterprise-search-associates.  This is our LinkedIn company page.  We will post similar articles as we have here on our blog and will also post job openings as well. LinkedIn is the World’s Largest Professional Network.  A social networking website for people in professional occupations. Founded in December 2002 and launched on May 5, 2003, […]

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The RSS feed on our website is now working

The RSS feed on our website is now working.  Please sign up and register to receive regular blog posts.  You will see the RSS feed button at the bottom left of an article in the subscribe section. Access our RSS feed to receive updates by clicking this link –> http://www.daytonjobs.com/feed/ To learn more about us:    http://www.daytonjobs.com/about-us/

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Melinda O’Neil Named Partner at Enterprise Search Associates

Melinda O’Neil Named Partner at Enterprise Search Associates, a Dayton based technical recruiting firm.  O’Neil has worked with the Dayton-based recruiting firm, which is a client of Top Echelon Contracting, since 1995 and focuses on the candidate side of the firm’s placements. Melinda O’Neil Named Partner at Enterprise Search Associates Click here to view article […]

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Dayton Recruiter Celebrates 25 Years in The Recruiting Industry

Dayton Recruiter Celebrates 25 Years in The Recruiting Industry Jeffrey Linck, owner of Enterprise Search Associates and a client of Top Echelon® Contracting, Inc., credits his own tenacity and the support of other recruiters for his success. Jeff Linck, Owner of Enterprise Search Associates Read below or click here for the article published on PRWEB […]

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Six Questions to ask during your performance review

I saw article “Six Questions to ask during your performance review” by Marie G. McIntire, Career Coach and feel this valuable information. Six questions to ask during your performance review   Published: Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013 | 11:33  AM ET     By: Marie G. McIntyre | Career Coach Twitter 132 LinkedIn 515 Share Eric Audras | PhotoAlto […]

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Project Field Manager | Dayton, OH | Full-time

Project Field Manager | Dayton, OH | Full-time Position Description: The Field Manager (FM) is responsible to lead a Project field installation team in the execution of on-site project work in a safe, cost effective, and contractual compliant manner, while meeting all Project performance objectives and goals. RESPONSIBILITIES: The FM actively works with the installation team […]

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The Top 3 résumé bloopers that people make

The Top 3 résumé bloopers that people make Dana Manciagli , Contributing Writer Oct 22, 2014, 2:46pm EDT Image provided by Getty Images (KatarzynaBialasiewicz) Reposted by Melinda @ daytonjobs.com http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/how-to/human-resources/2014/10/the-top-3-r-sum-bloopers-that-people-make.html Each week Career Mojo answers career questions from readers. Do you have a question you would like me to answer? Email me here: dana@Danamanciagli.com. Question […]

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Websphere Administrator – Dayton, OH (Full-time)

Websphere Administrator – Dayton, OH (Full-time) Interested in working with state of the art development tools?   If you meet the technical requirements listed below, please contact Melinda @ (937) 438-8774 or email @ melinda@daytonjobs.com for more details or apply here on our website @ http://jobs.daytonjobs.com/jobseeker/Profile.aspx?jobid=02102516   Technical Requirements: 5 years experience with Tomcat or Jboss […]

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SAP Business Analyst / Cincinnati, OH – Full-time Position

SAP Business Analyst / Cincinnati, OH – Full-time Position Excellent opportunity to work for a growing company located in Cincinnati, OH. Responsibilities: Strong knowledge of the business processes for designing, developing, and testing SAP Sales and Distribution functions Configure SAP SD (Sales and Distribution) to meet business requirements Work with users to develop functional specifications […]

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Dayton Job Market – Consistent Demand, Growth for Jobseekers

Dayton Job Market – Consistent Demand, Growth for Jobseekers Central Ohio jobs to continue steady rise, survey says   Hiring by central Ohio employers is expected to be about the same this summer as it was in the spring, according to Manpower’s quarterly employment outlook survey.The survey, released this morning, suggests the local economy is […]

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How To Ace The “Greatest Weakness” Interview Question

How To Ace The “Greatest Weakness” Interview Question By   Christian  Larkins For the complete article – How To Ace The “Greatest Weakness” Interview Question please visit http://financenk.com/?p=6732 Why do employers always ask the “greatest weakness” interview question? It seems like they are trying to throw you off. I mean, you rehearse the answer to every […]

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Best Cities for Job Seekers in Ohio

  Best Cities for Job Seekers in Ohio by Jaime Ortiz on January 21, 2014 Written by Maggie Clark http://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/2014/best-cities-job-seekers-ohio/ For job seekers in Ohio, there’s a chance to flourish in next-generation manufacturing using technologies like 3-D printing or innovate with careers in cybersecurity or IT. After years of large-scale layoffs due to outsourcing traditional […]

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5 IT Hiring Trends In 2014

 5 IT Hiring Trends In 2014 by:   Kristin Burnham, Senior Editor, InformationWeek.com http://www.informationweek.com/strategic-cio/executive-insights-and-innovation/5-it-hiring-trends-in-2014/d/d-id/1113202 Which IT skills are in demand and which roles are changing? Take a look ahead. The New Year is shaping up to be a bright one for technology professionals, according to a new report from job site Dice.com. In a survey of […]

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6 Ways to Attract Recruiters to Your LinkedIn Profile

 6 Ways to Attract Recruiters to Your LinkedIn Profile I saw this article by Stacey Politi on Mashable.com published on November 17, 2013 and want to share here on our Blog.   A link to my LinkedIn Profile is listed below. LinkedIn’s career expert Nicole Williams helps elaborate on six ways to optimize your profile and […]

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6 Resume “Rules” Even Recruiters Can’t Agree on

6 Resume “Rules” Even Recruiters Can’t Agree on. This is from an article by Vivian Giang from Trending in Staffing & Recruiting. She spoke to a career expert and three recruiters to find out the resume rules that gets everyone in a frenzy. Turns out, they can agree on what they disagree on. Below are […]

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5 Reasons why you didn’t make the cut

5 Reasons why you didn’t make the cut by Jorg Stegemann. Even though we work hard at preparing candidates for an interview as to what to expect, there are times when it just does not go well.  I recently found an article by Jorg Stegemann, an international headhunter who focuses on Europe, in Personal Finance […]

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Questions you should be prepared ask during an interview

Questions you should be prepared ask during an interview — by James Caan. My partner Melinda always covers questions you should be prepared to ask during an interview.   Almost always near the end of the interview, the interviewer  asks, “Are there any questions?” or something to that effect. The worst answer for this question is “No”! […]

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Tips on getting your resume attention worthy

Tips on getting your resume attention worthy J.T. O’Donnel, Founder of CAREERREALISM.com and Author, has an excellent article with three solid suggestions to help your resume capture the interest of the reader.  It’s entitled “Is Your Resume 6-second Worthy?” Click this LINK to see it.  Even this writer with 25 years of experience reading resumes […]

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Three words that will help your career takeoff

Three words that will help your career takeoff While responding to a LinkedIn invite the other day, I found an article by Bryce Kasanoff, a speaker and writer, that is applicable to anyone wanting to advance their career.  The three words are:  “Help This Person”. His article, found at this link  explains that if you […]

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Three Biggest Resume Mistakes

Courtesy of an article written by Rajat Taneja, EVP & CIO of Electronic Arts, the three biggest mistakes made in creating a resume are: 1. Focusing on the wrong thing.  Most people focus on responsibilities, but never specify their accomplishments.  That’s more important to a potential employer — what you have DONE of value to […]

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