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Getting A Positive Response In Each Of The Seven Interview Phases (2011)


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Published: [St. Paul, Minn.] : Jist Works, [2011]
Series: Getting the job you really want video series
Description:  1 videodisc (25 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 9781593578268, 1593578261,
Language:  English

Based on the workbook by Michael Farr

Series hosts: Diane Boehm, Karlton D. Turner

Once a person gets a job interview they are in the home stretch. Although the interview itself will probably be less than an hour, one must be prepared. And when the interview is over, there's still work to do to get the job. Discover the seven phases of the job interview and how to succeed in each one. Remember that, intimidating as they can sometimes be, interviews are fairly predictable, which means one can be prepared. This is the chance to showcase skills and sell oneself to an employer


Soundtrack in English with English subtitles

Related Searches:
Employment interviewing.
Educational films.
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Additional Credits:
Heck, Jeffrey A.
Boehm, Diane
Turner, Karlton D
Farr, J. Michael.
JIST Works, Inc.

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