State offices and all DLLR physical locations will be closed to the public November 26 through November 28, 2014. However, Unemployment Insurance telephone and Web
operations WILL be available on Wednesday, November 26.
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Dress and groom well to make a good impression on employer representatives.
Find out what companies will be participating in the Job Fair.
Get information about participating companies.
Always act professionally. Avoid casual behavior with company
recruiters. Be prepared to speak knowledgeably about the employers’ industry.
Know what you plan to say about your qualifications. Practice good job interviewing techniques.
Use your time wisely. Visit the employers that you are most
interested in first. Then explore employment opportunities with as many companies as you can.
Keep a good supply of résumés. Bring an organizer to keep information ready and available.
Attend free seminars or programs offered at the Job Fair.
Never bring food or drinks to the recruiting tables.
Take advantage of networking opportunities that exist at the Job
Always get the correct spelling and pronunciation of the name
of the employer’s representative(s) and anyone else you are told to
Carefully write down and maintain follow-up instructions given
Send “thank you” letters to company representatives for job
leads or interviews.
SUCCEEDING AT THE JOB FAIR...
…depends on appearance, approach, and articulations
MY PERSONAL INTRODUCTION
A SCRIPT ON OF MY EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND
WHAT TO SAY TO EMPLOYERS
WHAT TO SAY WHEN NETWORKING
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