Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Managing Your Job References

Most job seekers leave their recommendations up to chance - when careful planning can help you tell the most important parts of your story to a potential employer.

The extent of most candidates reference planning stops at asking prior bosses, peers and clients to give a reference. While it’s polite to ask your reference first, it’s just not enough.

Do you know exactly what the reference is going to say to a potential employer? Since this is something you can control, why leave it up to chance?

( Continued ... Why Manage References? )

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