More jobs are becoming project-based or on temporary contracts through placement agencies. How can you work with these agencies, when should you accept temporary assignments, and how can you make the most of the opportunity represented by these assignments?
On Tuesday, December 9th Cheryl Landes will be speaking at the Temple Emanuel of Andover, MA.
Networking Group on the current climate at these agencies and how job seekers can navigate this intricate maze.
We will be discussing the advantages and disadvantages of contracting, types of agency contracts, submitting resumes, working with recruiters in these networks, interviewing, accepting assignments and what to expect for working conditions.
Cheryl Landes is a prolific author and technical writer having written hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles, five books, and technical materials on internet technologies, manufacturing, environmental protection and clean–up, consumer health, and psychology among others. She specializes in helping businesses to organize content so that it is easier to retrieve online and in print. Cheryl has also given many presentations and workshops about self-promotion and technical communication throughout the U.S. and Canada, has written three books on travel, and is the founder of Tabby Cat Communications in Vancouver, Washington.
The Temple Emanuel of Andover, MA Networking Group has been offering a Professional Networking Open House monthly since 2009. Our mission is to serve the people of the Merrimack Valley area and beyond who are in transition. Any professional – between positions, re-entering the work force, or seeking a new career path – is welcome. The Temple Emanuel of Andover, MA Networking Group organizes each meeting to be jam-packed with resources to help you succeed.
Event Location: Temple Emanuel
7 Haggetts Pond Road, Andover, Massachusetts, 01810