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Everything That You Wanted to Ask Corporate HR Recruiters but Were Afraid to Ask
Join us for a panel discussion of, "Ask the HR Recruiter", where we turn the tables, so to speak, and you get to interview the HR recruiters. While HR recruiters are not as important as the Hiring Managers when it comes to employment decisions, they do have influence during the process and having them on your side could make the difference. Therefore, it is important for you to know what is important to them and how you can help them to make you look good to the hiring managers. We have assembled a panel of HR recruiters from area companies who want to help job seekers to present their best selves during the hiring process. This is a behind-the-scenes opportunity where you get your chance to ask questions that you always wanted to but never had a proper forum or opportunity to do so. While we will have some prepared questions for our panelists, we will provide an opportunity for you to submit your own questions, as well, so that you can be the interviewer rather than the interviewee for a night. At the end of this panel discussion, attendees will learn: 1. To more effectively use your time to focus on those things that are more important to corporate HR recruiters and avoid time wasters on activities that are not. 2. To debunk some of the "urban legends" and outdated information that plagues the current job search process and demoralizes job seekers. 3. The secrets from insiders in Corporate HR as to how the hiring process really works rather than how companies, the staffing industry and the career coaching business wants you to think how it works. 4. What internal company HR recruiters really think about things when they are not operating out of their official capacity as company hiring representatives. 5. To speed up your job search process by leveraging inside information and put you at a competitive advantage against other job seekers who haven’t learned from insiders how the job search process really works. THE PANELISTS: Steve Van Valin, Founder and CEO of Culturology - Ann Gratz, Managing Director @ Centerstone Executive Search/Consultant - David Wragg, Consulting/ Coaching/Recruitment - LeTonya Clark, Organizational Development Strategist and Joyel Crawford, CEO & Leadership Consultant & Coach About The Group: The goal of the Career Networking Group in Montgomery County is to provide a supportive environment where members can obtain ideas, direction, and support and learn skills to improve their job search and career. Come and network with other individuals who are likewise in transition to share best practices about job hunting. LOCATION: William Jeanes Memorial Library - 4051 Joshua Road; Lafayette Hills, PA 19444 FACILLITATOR: George E. Schonewolf, Founder / Organizer / Speaker / Event Host / Career Coach INVESTMENT: FREE to all in transition/ unemployed. REGISTER: https://www.meetup.com/Career-Networking-Group-in-Montgomery-County-Meetup/ QUESTIONS: Call George at[masked] or email at [masked]

William Jeanes Memorial Library

4051 Joshua Rd · Lafayette Hill

What we're about

Are you looking to escalate your career to the next level? Whether you’re just starting your career path or have already traversed many miles, the Career Networking Group in Montgomery County will help you take the next steps with confidence and enthusiasm.

The purpose of the Career Networking Group in Montgomery County is to provide a supportive environment where members can get ideas, direction, and support, solve problems and learn skills to improve their job search and career.

We accomplish this by encouraging members to help other members effectively network, develop methodologies for effective job searching, find your ideal job, developing interviewing and negotiating skills.

With the support and wisdom of the group, we help members use a structured meeting format to help measure members job search progress and get answers to questions about job search or career management. The group also provides a safe, caring environment to discuss personal/emotional issues related to job search and career management.

Come, network with others to share best practices about job hunting and career development. And use the support we give each other to discipline and energize your career-building campaign. Bring Ideas to share with the group on successes and challenges, bring your resume.

This meetup is for unemployed, under employed and fully employed to network and help each other. If you are hiring people feel free to join us! Tell a friend.

If you want breakthrough results, join us each Tuesday at 9:00 AM for coffee and collaboration. For more information contact: George Schonewolf, Career Professional / Coach at careercounselor1@comcast.net

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