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With the holidays just around the corner, make note of these important "Don'ts" when searching for your seasonal employment.

 
 
 

 

 The Don'ts:Don'ts

Don’t: be shy about calling your ‘ex.’ With seasonal hiring rates lower than initially anticipated, many folks are relying on previous employers this holiday season. Career Experts advise that if you had a seasonal job in past years, return to that establishment and ask if they are hiring. You are much more likely to be hired here than with a new company, because these bosses and employees already know that you are energetic, reliable, and great with the customers. (From mlive.com)

Don’t: Email your resume. As the recession bulls ahead, selling your qualifications and attributes to a potential employer in-person is becoming more imperative. Electronic communication is adequate as long as it is complimented with face-to-face interaction (From mlive.com)

 Don’t: Waste another minute Seventy-seven percent of hiring managers do not plan to accept  applications for seasonal workers beyond November. (From 11 Alive News)

 Don’t: Apply in a competitor’s outfit One in 10 hiring managers said candidates who interviewed  for a job in a competitor’s ensemble were ultimately not considered for the open position. (From  NW Jobs)

 Don’t: Be inflexible Forty-seven percent of hiring managers said a candidate who refused to work certain hours  turned them off. (From KOCO News)

 Don’t: Limit your search Use resources on the internet, including social networking sites like Craigslist, Facebook  and Twitter, and be willing to step outside your comfort zone to find work. (From ABC Local News)

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