Getting Hired and Not Being Hired – “the syndrome”

By Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

Hiring people is always been a puzzling activity within any size of organization across industries; where making an investment to the new hire as an asset; particularly when you look at its bigger landscape and not focusing on minor elements of screening, interviewing or on-boarding documentation. There are many facets of employment process that require more foresight, business analysis, legal implications and strategic approaches to achieve best success in hiring a competent member of the work force.

On the other side of the hiring organization, are the perspectives of candidates. There are expectations that each candidate wanted to pursue. There are numerous blunders that they will encounter during the application process. In today’s employment landscape, the challenge of any job seeker is ‘how can I get hired syndrome’.

Every candidate believes that all studying, preparation and readiness to work are within oneself. But the syndrome is keep floating around and most are chasing those employment opportunities here and beyond.

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The Officers of International Business Club at Western Washington University has recently requested Mr. Juntee Terrenal’s expertise to share them professional insights and strategies that will overcome the ‘how can I get hired syndrome’ to prepare them for their employment adventures after graduation.

Senior and graduating students who will participate in the workshop will experience hands-on competency acquisition, critical thinking reasoning in creating an active strategy that will achieve employ-ability, and independent decision making to select which employer will benefit them for a long term career regardless of international location.

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Candidates must develop their own personal case in order to get hired. Looking through beyond oneself and create that synergy of acumen and competency is all that it takes.

For inquiries regarding this workshop or other workshops, please send a communication to: info@relonavigator.com

Thank you.

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