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Subcontractor Agreements - Why Subcontractor Agreements are Important

10th December 2009
A Subcontractor Agreement or Subcontract Agreement permits a contractor to hire a third party to finish a portion of the work.This sub-contractor agreement is commonly employed once a Contractor has already signed a contract with someone else. A subcontra... Read >
Author: Darin Jennings

Selling Yourself To Employers

09th December 2009
Despite making, what you thought, was a good impression on your prospective employer, you might not end up getting the job. Have you ever wondered why? Consider how a sales person, trying to sell a product, deals with a customer. He first does his homewor... Read >
Author: howtosellanyth

Benefits of a Targeted Resume

04th December 2009
There are many different kinds and examples of resumes, such as the chronological resume, the functional resume, a combination resume etc. Free resume samples of each of these can be obtained from the internet. And then there are targeted resumes, of ... Read >
Author: Sarika Kabra

Why Your Company Needs Job Descriptions

27th November 2009
How To Write One In Thirty Minutes or Less It may seem like an unnecessary step. You know what work you will need for your employee to perform. Does putting the job down on paper really even matter? Absolutely! Five advantages to "putting it in writing... Read >
Author: daustin

Surprised why you do not get Interview Call !

06th October 2009
Have you ever wondered why you do not receive interview calls from companies after applying to a job through job sites though you feel you match the job description? This is neither your fault nor the recruiter's. The recruiter gets hundreds of responses... Read >
Author: SUNROS

Paramedic interview questions - how to pass the paramedic interview

17th September 2009
The paramedic interview can be very tough to pass. Unless that is you embark on a period of intense and focused preparation in the build up to the interview. The majority of NHS Trusts will assess potential candidates against a number of different crit... Read >
Author: Richard

Become a Paid Game Tester- Discover How Much You'll Make and What You'll Do...

13th August 2009
Professional video game testing is without a doubt way better than most other jobs out there. But then again, playing video games for cash, like any other type of employment, does have a few downsides. Admittedly, the downsides of being a game tester are ... Read >
Author: Nirmal

How to Write a Job Transfer Request

05th August 2009
Employees commonly write job transfer requests if they want to be promoted or if they want to be transferred to the other bases or facilities owned by their employers. Being able to write these requests effectively is important to get the job position tha... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

How do I know if I need hip replacement surgery?

01st July 2009
It is certainly true that not everyone with hip joint pain needs a total hip replacement, but when your quality of life grows increasingly diminished due to hip joint pain, it may be advisable to consider your options for hip replacement surgery. Ultimate... Read >
Author: Jeremy

Importance of an Employment Manual

19th June 2009
Employee manual preparation is essential to every business. Without clear rules and policies, employers and employees could end up taking advantage of each other. Rules and policies should be set as to curb misunderstandings in the future. So even befo... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Best Career Objectives for your Resume

10th March 2009
How to Create the Best Career Objective for your Resume Is a resume career objective important these days? You bet it is. However, you don’t want your resume career objective to leave potential employers confused and scratching their heads, or even... Read >
Author: Montgomery Emerson

Managing Director Job Profile

08th January 2009
The CEO of your company is the president, vice president, owner, or maybe the chief operations officer. Known by many different titles, the CEO is responsible for making sure the goals of the company are met. They will formulate all the company's policies... Read >
Author: clevelcrossing

The hobbies and personal interests section of your resume could make a difference

05th January 2009
This section of your resume is entirely optional, however, job applicants who don't give the hobbies and personal interests Section on their CV much thought could be missing out on an opportunity to highlight how well suited they are for a specific job. T... Read >
Author: Jide

18 Charity Golf Outing Success Tips

29th September 2008
Here are 18 steps to follow to ensure your charity golf tournament is a great success. Step 1 - When planning your event you must have some target in mind that you would like to achieve for the given charity. Some examples to follow are: How much are y... Read >
Author: Kevin Kirkpatrick

Finding A Fever Blister Remedy to Stop the Pain and Aggravation

20th May 2008
I don't think a fever blister or cold sore will ever be an "in" look. Outbreaks of fever blisters are happening all the time, all over the world. They usually happen in winter but don't be fooled - they'll pop up in the spring, summer, and fall too. I had... Read >
Author: Dee Cohen
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