Our mission is to assist clients in planning strategic career moves, developing leadership skills, and finding new employment opportunities.
The following pages are helpful resources:
Types of Employment Discrimination
NC DHHS: Disability Services
Bureau of International Labor Affairs
US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
US Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbooks
Occupational Safety & Health Administration
US Small Business Administration
USEFUL TIPS AND TRICKS
Be on time.
10-15 minutes early. Interviewers often are ready before the appointment.
Know the interviewer’s name
If you don’t know the name, call beforehand and ask the secretary. Also, note the secretary’s name in case you have to call back.
Have questions prepared in advance.
it shows you have done your research and want to know more about the organization and the position.
Bring several copies of documentation.
Carry your papers in an organized manner.
Have extra pens and a small notepad with you.
jot down keep topic, but do not take notes during the interview. Be present.