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How often do employers acknowledge the National Career Readiness Certification?

I am going to be taking the certification exam tomorrow and I am wondering if actually obtaining the certification is of any worth to employers....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

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Evelyn Briggs | Enterprise Risk Management - Technology Risk Brandon I am not familiar with that certification, however it will ...

How to gain first reference for internship?

Many jobs need two or three reference which is a little bit difficult to international students....

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Active May 31 at 12:44

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William Casey | Senior Project Engineer at Meyer Machine Company Hi Yinan, If you are in a position where you don't ...

What are the different branches of software? Which is the best one?

I am confused what to choose #engineer #software...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:16

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Ashley Savageau | Community Relations Program Manager at Symantec Gosh! There are so many different types of software. I think ...

when an employee makes a mistake is there usually a way to fix your mistake ?

or is there time to fix said mistake and how would you explain to your employer what you did? #career-counseling #employee-training...

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Active Jul 31 at 10:10

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Carli Mastantuno | Tax Associate Hi Ashanti,People in the workplace make mistakes all the time, but ...

How many times could you be late to work until you are fired?

need to find out employers expectation #career #career-development #employee-training...

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Active Apr 23 at 13:46

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Cecília Iacoponi Hashimoto | Indiana This question is very complex, it all depends on the company ...

What are some instances that have caused a employee to be fired?

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Active Apr 13 at 19:23

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Austin L. | PwC Experienced Associate, Advisory Theft, damaging property, fraud, illegal activities, unprofessional behavior, low performance etc. ...

What is the key to being employable?

What do employers look for when interviewing? #employee-training #employee #interviews...

#interviewing-skills

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Active Mar 26 at 21:11

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Carole Curtis | Director of Career Services at CareerPlex USA / ... This is a million dollar question and I will try to ...

Is it common for employers to offer education to their employees?

I am curious because many of my friends, including my brother, have been offered a paid tuition to attend college. So, I wonder if when I get a job, is it likely that I will have an employer that will want me to continue my education. #higher-education #employer-relations #employee-training...

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Active Jan 29 at 19:44

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Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Some do, some don't. It sort of depends on a lot ...

What are the most important skills and abilities you look for in employees and coworkers?

Hello everyone! I am a student halfway through my second year in college, and I hope to graduate with the skills and abilities necessary to best contribute to whichever workplace I find myself after graduation. I would love to receive responses from people of a wide variety of industries - what...

#coaching-employees #employee-training #human-resources #employee-relations #career-development

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Active Feb 07 at 21:53

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Susan Castillo | Senior Trainer - Consumer Sales We look for those who are open to learn, listen to ...

Does the National Career Readiness certification imply that your employer will want to promote you?

When I was taking the National Career Readiness certification (NCRC) exam, there were many people who are being employed by places like Fanuiel and Eastman Chemical. So, I wonder if their employers actually want to promote them or if they just want to see their employee's status....

#promotions #employee-training #career-readiness #career-development #employee-engagement #ncrc

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Active Aug 17 '17 at 22:34

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Spruce Cox | Retired Aerospace Engineer and Rocket Scientist I had never heard of an NCSC before, nor the 2 ...

Does a Gold level in the NCRC mean that I am actually ready for a job, or is it just an ego boost?

I scored a Gold in the National Career Readiness certification exam and wondered about its 90% qualifier. And I wonder if it just judges the test taker by their abilities on the job or just at testing in general. #job-search #job-skills #employee-training #employee-benefits...

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Kim Igleheart’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:53

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Posted by Brandon H.’s Avatar Brandon H.
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Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist In looking at this test, it measures your ability to do ...

When is the optimal time to apply for a summer job?

I'm wondering if there's still enough time for me to apply for a job this summer. I have to go back to college in September, so I'd only have July and August to work. Is that enough time to get hired, be trained and hold a job? #jobs #work #hiring #employment #summer-jobs #part-time...

#employee-training #job-applications

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:35

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Posted by Sydney R.’s Avatar Sydney R.
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Wilfred Beijers | IMPACT Solution Advisor at Chevron It is never too late. Any on-the-job experience is valuable, even ...
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