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How To: Write a verification letter for an employee

If you're running a business and have employees, chances are you may have to write up a Employment Verification Letter. The tricky part is knowing what to put down on the letter itself. In this video you will learn what layout you will need and the information to put into the letter including: Company Letter Head, contact information, description of the employee's duties, ect.

How To: Write a cover letter using the Aunt Louise technique

Susan Ireland teaches us how to write a cover letter using the Aunt Louise technique in this tutorial. This technique involves you pretending writing a letter to your dear aunt. You will talk about why you want to work at a particular company and why they should hire you. You should also talk about why they should call you for an interview and talk about all the great things about yourself. You can use this information to write your official cover letter by sorting out all the best things. Re...

How To: Write a stunning resume and cover letter

Getting your dream job is reliant on impressing the hiring manager with a resume and cover letter. Make sure you tailor your resume for the specific job you're looking for, and format for maximum presentability. From title to reference, this video will help you get the job you've always wanted.

How To: Write and post a winning resume & cover letter

In this video, we learn how to write a winning resume and cover letter. First, you want to remember that your resume online needs to be keyword rich, so you will have greater chances of getting an interview. To find keywords for your resume, look up different job descriptions to change your resume to fit that specific job. List your specific qualities that make you the best candidate for that job. For your cover letter, make sure you always send it along with your resume. You want to capture ...

How To: Write an effective letter of recommendation

Letters of recommendation are important in the business world. If you have been asked to write about a coworker, student or friend, check out this tutorial. Takes you through a step-by-step process you can use to produce a professional-looking and highly effective letter of recommendation. Includes how to structure your letter, how to personalize it for your candidate, and how to make it convincing to the recipient.

How To: Write a bid letter for a job

Do you think you're well in your business venture but you can't get clients and don't know why? Perhaps the issue isn't in your work itself, but how you present it. Knowing how to write a great bid letter is a valuable weapon in that cutthroat business world. This video from Freelance Writing will show you how to write a bid letter for a job.

How To: Write a cover letter quickly

This how-to video describes how to properly write a cover letter. It explains that a cover letter is a separate selling point from the resume when applying for a job. The cover letter should only be about two-thirds of a page long and can easily be broken into three parts. Part one includes a brief introduction, what you are applying for, and a quick thank you for your time. The second part is the body where you explain why you are the right person and right fit for the job. The third and fin...

How To: Answer the "How do you stay current?" question

This video gives a clear view of how well one has to answer in an interview. This is a good answer given by a woman interviewing for an environmental scientist position. This video is provided by denham resources. The first question asked by the interviewer is, "How do you stay current?" The candidate gives a wonderful answer for that. She told the interviewer that she is a member of a relevant discipline, and through that she is attending events; that itself shows a relevant passion for grow...

How To: Write a professional cover letter

In this economy being competitive for a job means your application must stand out above the rest. Here's how to write a cover letter to successfully introduce your resume. Make sure your cover letter follows business letter format. Your name and address must be written at the top left corner. The employer's name and address are written just below. The letter should be addressed to a specific person within the company. Paragraphs in a business letter are not indented, but instead are left just...

How To: Respond to a request for a letter of recommendation

In this video the author explains when to write a recommendation letter to some one. He says that one may often face this situation to write a recommendation letter to some one we know. He advises that you should write a recommendation letter about some one only if we think that they are good at what they do and if we really believe in them. He says not to write recommendation letter if there is any problem because there is a chance that we may loose our credibility by such an action. This vi...

How To: Make a cover letter for your résumé

A cover letter is a quick description as to why this resume is better for a particular job position than all the other resumes, so having specific job position details in it is very important. Write a cover letter specific to each job application by using these tips from a career adviser in this free video on job guidance.

How To: Write a super cover letter

A cover letter is a document sent with your resume to a prospective employer to indicate your interest in a position at their company. This how to video teaches you how you can write a concise and intelligent cover letter that will impress the company where you are applying.

How To: Understand the field of psychiatry

If you're wondering about the field of psychiatry, this video will teach you what you need to know. Dr. Ogan Gurel talks about the field of psychiatry and how it works. Psychiatry is a field of medicine that deals with mental disorders and looks at signs and symptoms. As you begin to understand the different aspects to the behavior, medication is entered into the equation to help out the behavior of the person. He explains that you must understand the biological symptoms of people as well as ...

How To: Negotiate a salary right out of school

This video tutorial is in the Business & Money category which will show you how to negotiate a salary right out of school. Of all the questions you can get asked in an interview, probably the toughest one to answer is "what are your salary expectations?" if you quote too low, you might leave some money on the table. And if you go too high, you may price yourself out of the job. So, what does a college student do? If they asked you the question in an interview, be clear that it's a negotiation...

How To: Give a chest examination for doctors

In this video we learn how to give a chest examination for doctors. First, ask the patient how they are feeling and check their pulse, then watch them breathe. After this, lift their chin up and feel their chest while they are breathing. From here, place both hands on their chest and feel the palpation inside of their body. After this, grab the stethoscope and listen to their heart beat while they are relaxing and breathing as well as deep breathing. As soon as you have listened to the heart ...

How To: Negotiate a pay raise with game theory

In this video, we learn how to negotiate a pay raise with game theory. You first need to take into account how much money you are getting an hour with how much you are worth. Make a chart with your boss on there and the other player is you. You will then see if you want to play soft, medium, or hardball with them to negotiate. Think about how your boss will respond to different types of negotiations. When you are finally confident in approaching your boss, you will get respect and get the pay...

How To: Become a great lawyer

In this video, we learn how to become a great lawyer. You will need to study hard and be very committed. You will also need to be careful with the use of your words and make the appropriate sacrifices. You will need to have heart with your cases, it's not enough to just be smart. You need to also be great at debating and have a lot of passion that is in your life. The passion and heart is what will give you the difference between being a good attorney and a great attorney. Make sure you're al...

How To: Earn An Income By Writing Auto Repair Estimates

Collision Repair Related Careers When you think of a career in collision repair you probably think of a body repair or paint technician. However, there are a lot of related careers that collision repair can lead to. For Example, you can work in auto parts stores, dealerships, insurance companies, paint representatives, trainers, etc. In this article we are going to examine a career as an auto estimator.

How To: Not answer the "How do you stay current?" question

In this tutorial, we learn how to not answer the "How do you stay current?" question. When you are asked this question on an interview, it's important to know how to answer it without looking crazy. To answer this correctly, do not answer what you "want" to do, employers are not interested in this. Also, hinting that learning is a low priority is not impressive to your interviewer. You want to be more specific when stating the obvious, so they completely understand what you are trying to say....

How To: Resolve a conflict in the workplace

If you're butting heads with one of your employee's at work, or are having trouble resolving conflicts between other employee's, as a manager, supervisor, or someone else in a position of leadership, this can be a stressful situation. In this video you will learn a helpful exercise that you can use to work your way through a way to resolve the conflict itself.

How To: Make DIY professional business cards

Business cards are one of the most effective ways of networking with professionals, and making good ones without breaking the bank is hard to figure. This video will show you how to make your own professional looking business cards at home and use them to improve your career.

How To: Get a job as a freelance bounty hunter

To become a bounty hunter, you will want to first check your state's laws to see if you need to be a licensed private investigator. If you live in Florida, South Carolina, Oregon, Wisconsin, or Kentucky, don't even try it--bounty hunting is not allowed! Otherwise, your first step is to find a client who needs a target to be caught. Bail bond agents employ bounty hunters to track down people who have refused to show up to court. Find out who your target is. Assemble a file, look into any recor...

How To: Improve your resume with valid statistics

In this video, we learn how to improve your resume with valid statistics. You need solid numbers to back up the information you are writing on your resume, not just words written on the paper. Most applicants look qualified on paper, but don't land interviews because they don't offer proof to validate their claims. When you provide proof of what you are stating, the person who is viewing your resume will be more likely to call you for an interview. Make sure to provide supporting documents an...

How To: Create a compelling resume

In this video, we learn how to create a compelling resume. When you talk about your prior experience, write down something that you learned from your work background, preferably something that matches the job you're applying for. Employers are looking for something you were taught in your experience. Write down any accomplishments you received while on the job, and how well you did them as well. If you're graduated, let them know when you are available for full time work and when you are grad...

How To: Deal with work gaps on your resume

Susan Ireland teaches us how to deal with work gaps on your resume in this video. If there are gaps on your resume, your employer could possibly have a bad impression of you. To avoid this, first write years in your work history instead of months. This will simplify your presentation and also dissolve work history gaps. Next, ask yourself if you were doing any activity that time that is related to the job you are applying for. If so, write down that information to cover the gap in work histor...

How To: Make your resume stand out

In this video, we learn how to make your resume stand out. If you can't hire a professional, use these secrets to stand out of the crowd. Emphasize your unique value and play up keywords that make you stand out. Create a document that will get you interviews. Before you begin, make sure you have your information from school and work ready, so you can reference it in your resume. Also print out target job descriptions to help you write down notes and outlines. Using these tips will help you wr...