COMM FINAL PAPE!!! - Interviews Running head: JOB SEEKING...

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Interviews 1 Running head: JOB SEEKING IS A CORNERSTONE. Interview Matthew Aron University of Phoenix
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Interviews 2 Interview Job seeking is a cornerstone in everyone’s life. At some point, everyone person must follow the process of resume, interview, and hiring. Becoming familiar with the en- tire process will aid in successfully completing the process with desired results. My PowerPoint presentation was created to inform others about the interviewing and hiring process. This is the extensive process in which people are hired on as em- ployees. I believe the informative approach is most effective because it gives precise in- formation and lets the audience decide how to use the knowledge to their advantage. If the audience has little or no prior knowledge on the subject being discussed, a persuas- ive presentation may give them biased information. A truly effective presentation will show case information with multiple perspectives all leading to the same desired out- come. An effective speaker must present this information in a well organized manner. During an interview, one will come across various types of communication. Most interviews begin when a prospective employee is interested in working for a given busi- ness. An experienced person will immediately conduct an informational interview on someone who currently works for the company. An informational interview is an informal conversation between the job seeker and a current employee in which information is given. It is important to investigate a job before seeking employment to ensure that the job is a good fit. Interpersonal communication is used when questioning those familiar with the workplace. This form of communication will not only gain you information about employee satisfaction and company policies, but also begin the building of rapport with workers already employed. If the company meets personal standards of working condi- tions, the next step is to submit a resume with cover letter. The resume must be error
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Interviews 3 free, well organized, operationalized, and contain 3-5 references. The cover letter must include yours and the business’s contact information, the date written, the position of in- terest, the source in which the job was found, and a list of key qualifications pointing to you as the best candidate. It is recommended that high quality paper be used to print on. Specialized paper will make a resume stand out and appear more professional. For many an interviewing can be extremely stressful, and dif cult to prepare for.
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