Harper's Rules

Harper's Rules

A Recruiter's Guide to Finding A Dream Job and the Right Relationship

Book - 2011
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A unique business parable that teaches career-building through the powerful similarities between making decisions in one's professional and romantic lives. This book presents clear-cut, sure-fire rules for getting a job or building a career: For the millions of Americans who are unemployed, the parable covers the full spectrum of the job search, from seeking out interviews to successfully transitioning into a new work environment. Professional recruiter Danny Cahill uses a "book within a book" format to provide specific tips on how to resign from a fruitless job, benefit from social media, design an attractive resume, and much more. An accessible and engaging business narrative with actionable insights: An interview is a date, leaving a job is a break up, severance is alimony; not only does "Harper's Rules" help readers make career decisions, it improves their personal relationships as well. For those unsatisfied at work or unfulfilled in love, the parable's practical solutions will alleviate the deep-seated fear that you can't be in love and successful at the same time. Author is one of America's leading head-hunters with a background as a successful playwright: Cahill, the owner of one of the country's largest head-hunting firms, has the experience and expertise necessary to offer effective, insider tips on job-hunting and career building that readers need for success. And, with off- Broadway credentials and awards as a playwright, his writing gives readers a front-row seat to a riveting career and relationship drama.
Publisher: Austin, Texas : Greenleaf Book Group Llc 2011.
ISBN: 9781608321001
Branch Call Number: 650.14 Cahill 03/2011
Characteristics: 156 p. ;,24 cm.


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