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Being ready to find your future boss is a critical juncture in your job search. Choosing who to reach out then becomes part intuition and part guesswork, and deserves its own set of steps.
Choose three events to attend this year. Pick a suite of events that will help you break into a new industry, support your personal development and offer you an inspiring escape. Here are a few pointers on how to make your choices.
It’s easy to get stuck in the same scripted response to, “What do you do?” There are always multiple ways to introduce yourself, explore these four options...
This free ebook is a quick and simple read that gives you a map to the world of social enterprise in North America and tangible steps to get there.
These four books offer an important selection of stories, skills and exercises to help your career search. Consider this a favored, well-tested reading list of diverse, yet complementary books.
During the course of your job search you will meet an innumerable number of people – a few of them will be in exactly the same situation as you. Whether you are leaving a large corporate job to join a startup, or moving from freelance to in-house, find someone who is making a similar transition and going through the same process as you.
Facing the reality of our financial situation can help give us the control and knowledge we need to build momentum in our job search. Start by considering how much money you have in savings, as severance, or available to you in the form of loans or debt. With these simple steps you will understand what resources you have to launch yourself into your new job.
Thinking about money is only scary when you don’t have all the information. This task is simply about gathering and analyzing your financial information. You don’t have to make any judgments, changes or decisions, just do the following:
Your LinkedIn profile is one of the first things that a potential employer sees. Your job search should start by refreshing your profile. In order to update your LinkedIN profile as your ideal future self* do these four simple tasks right now...
Starting a new job can be an exciting and testing time. It’s the start of a new learning experience but it is also a trial period for you and your new employer. The first 30 days of employment is your opportunity to showcase your skills and give your employer an idea of your work style and ethics. These first 30 days can be the difference between being successful or not at your new job. Here are some important things you should and shouldn’t do during your first 30 days of employment.
Did you know that Dean’s Professional Services utilizes their partnerships to help you further your education? These are some of the certifications that you can obtain to be eligible for some of our open positions within Healthcare and Hospitality.
Many people have different definitions of what professional success and growth means to them. To some, success may mean a healthy work life balance, and to others it may mean getting a higher paying position. The truth of the matter is there is no one-size fits all definition of success, everyone has different types of goals that they want to reach. Here is a brief step by step guide on the essentials of setting up your professional path so that you can achieve your goals.
DPS in partnership with CHI St. Luke’s Blood Donor Center is hosting their first Blood Drive to kick 2018 off in the best way possible, by helping others. If you’re a member of the Houston community and would like to sign up to donate blood on January 31st you can see more details and RSVP here! If you’re a first-time blood donor, it may be scary not knowing what to expect but being prepared and educated is the key to a successful donation. Here is what you can expect prior, during and after your blood donation...
Working as part of a team is essential to finding success within any company regardless of its size. Every team mate makes a big impact on the big picture whether they are part of a 2 person team or a 30 person team. The success of every team depends on the caliber of the team members that compose it and how well they collaborate with their teammates. Here are some tips to get you on the right path to team player success.
Burnout. We’ve all heard of it, one way or another. Maybe you know someone that is going through it or you are experiencing it yourself. It usually feels like an emptiness in your life, a lack of motivation, and having no desire to wake up in the morning and go to work. A series of bad days that seem to never end. It’s not a place anyone wants to be in but there is hope. Whether you are going through it or recovering from it, burnout can be beat! Here’s how to start fighting back...
Flu season like many other viruses can be unpredictable and hard to forecast. You know when to expect it but not necessarily the severity of it. Some medical facilities may find themselves off guard and under-prepared but there are different steps that can be taken to prepare staff and patients for the arrival of the flu season.
Long gone are the sweet days of summer. With back to school season in full effect, it’s not only kids who usually start a new schedule. Parents and non-parents alike can feel the effects of back to school season and the benefits that come with it. It’s a great time to take advantage of the new opportunities that present themselves during this season. Here are some tips to get you back on track after the summer:
Social media has become such a pivotal part of everyone’s lives these days. Studies have shown that 92% of companies are using social media for hiring—and that three out of four hiring managers will check out a candidate’s social profiles. In essence, your social media profiles are you in the virtual world. They represent who you are and shape the way your potential next employer decision to hire you. Many people in fact, are using social media to develop the right connections and get hired. Here’s how...
Have you ever sat in front of your computer or smart phone, being interviewed by your potential next boss? It takes some getting used to – being comfortable sitting in a room by yourself while still trying to portray your full-on professionalism. Video interviews can be tricky to pull off, so here are some tips to help you get through them in the best way possible.
Job and Assignment Information
What Happens After I've Applied?
If you're a good match for an open position, a DPS Staffing Coordinator will contact you to give you an overview of the position including the submission and client interview process (if necessary). If selected for an interview, you will be notifid at that time.
What should I do before Accepting an Assignment?
DPS hires employees for a varitey of assignments. Before accepting any assignment, check your calendar for proor commitments and make sure you are comfortable with the location, pay rate, parking options and dress code.
What is an Assignment Confirmation?
Your assignment confirmation, sent via email, will have all of the critical information regarding your assignment including job title, pay rate, time entry system and process, client name and location, on-site manager, staffing coordinator, and any other essential details.
Arrive on Time!
It is important that your arrive on time. Arriving early not only makes a good impression, but leaves you time to familiarize yourself with your assignment location, especially when starting a new assignment at a new location.
We want to hear from you! When you are on an assignment, it is your responsibility to check in with your staffing coordinator once a week to let us know how your assignment is going. If you have any issues or concerns, do not hesitate to contact your staffing coordinator! Remember, we are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
My Assignment Ended...
Our goal is to get you a new assignment! Talk to your DPS Staffing Coordinator and let us know your availability so that we canm work with you to find a new assignment that matches your skill and personality. It is your responsibility to report to DPS for re-assignment within 24 hours! Failure to report within 24 hours for re-assignment will indicate that you have refused available work, quit working and your file will be deactivated, and may affect your ability to receive unemployment benefits.