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Erika Buckley

Director of Human Resources

Mediacentric Group Inc.

Email: e***@***.com

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Background Information

Employment History

ER Business Partner

Intuit Inc.


Human Resources and Recruiter

Vertical IT Solutions Inc


Affiliations

Change Of Course Inc

Member Board of Directors


Education

Bachelor of Business Administration degree

management with an emphasis on human resource management and communications

Kennesaw State University


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Resource Centre for Job Seekers

strategichorizons.ca [cached]

Erika Buckley, director of Human Resources for The Mediacentric Group, says that many candidates criticize the interviewing company's network design or development tools.
Keep in mind that you are criticizing people with whom you hope to work, including your new supervisor. You are not at the company's office to do free consulting or fix anything. Instead of offering corrections to what may not be perceived as wrong, explain how you can work productively in the current environment. "Many technical candidates rate themselves superior in every skill set," Buckley continues. As Buckley explains, "Especially infuriating questions resulting in immediate rejection are anything close to: 'So, what does this company do, anyway?'" Don't Hedge When Negotiating Don't let money and financial considerations shut down the interview. According to Buckley, candidates rarely asked for more vacation or other benefits in place of negotiating salary. If you're already talking about an acceptable salary range, you may be able to secure an extra week of vacation to seal the deal. Put accurate compensation expectations on your application, if requested by the employer. "Too often, candidates list a ridiculously high expectation or they list lateral (same salary as they currently make) when that's not what they actually expect," says Buckley. "When asked for long-term career goals, I had a candidate respond that he'd like to stay with a company for more than nine months," explained Buckley.


Client Testimonials – DBAI Consulting - HR Strategist@Net-Speed

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Erika Buckley
Human Resource Manager Mediacentric Group Inc.


Resource Centre for Job Seekers

www.strategichorizons.ca [cached]

Erika Buckley, director of Human Resources for The Mediacentric Group, says that many candidates criticize the interviewing company's network design or development tools.
Keep in mind that you are criticizing people with whom you hope to work, including your new supervisor. You are not at the company's office to do free consulting or fix anything. Instead of offering corrections to what may not be perceived as wrong, explain how you can work productively in the current environment. "Many technical candidates rate themselves superior in every skill set," Buckley continues. As Buckley explains, "Especially infuriating questions resulting in immediate rejection are anything close to: 'So, what does this company do, anyway?'" Don't Hedge When Negotiating Don't let money and financial considerations shut down the interview. According to Buckley, candidates rarely asked for more vacation or other benefits in place of negotiating salary. If you're already talking about an acceptable salary range, you may be able to secure an extra week of vacation to seal the deal. Put accurate compensation expectations on your application, if requested by the employer. "Too often, candidates list a ridiculously high expectation or they list lateral (same salary as they currently make) when that's not what they actually expect," says Buckley. "When asked for long-term career goals, I had a candidate respond that he'd like to stay with a company for more than nine months," explained Buckley.


DBAI Consulting

www.dbaiconsulting.com [cached]

Erika Buckley
Human Resource Manager Mediacentric Group Inc. Thank you again for the dedication and persistence in getting these policies.


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"[Failing to link skill sets] with employers can make it impossible to evaluate currency of experience and the type of environment those skills were employed in," says Erika Buckley, director of Human Resources for Mediacentric.I get frustrated with resumes that focus on skills the candidate is no longer interested in using," explains Buckley.


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