If you want to become a police officer, and you’ve used drugs in the past, then the best thing to do is to come clean about it. If you try to withhold prior drug use from the interview panel, or the polygraph examiner, you’ll be disqualified immediately. Although you’ll be asked questions concerning past drug use during the polygraph test, …Read more
One of the biggest problems in job interviews is the nerves we contend with.
It’s not just enough to have a great resume, a winning employment history and a nice suit. You’ve got to appeal on a personal level to the employers…because above all else, the competition is so rife that your personality is often the only thing that can …Read more
Employers and managers are often thrust into the spotlight when asked to lead an interview process for their organization, with little training or guidance. Getting the right person on board to your organization, in the right position, at the right time, is one of the most strategic business decisions today.
The cost to an employer for a position’s turnover can …Read more
*Part 1 Selecting the Police K-9 Handler*
I have worked/trained with a multitude of Criminal Patrol Team members from all over the State of Ohio and the United States during my duties. They all have something to say and I am a sponge when it comes to criminal patrol work. I felt I needed to pass this information on to …Read more
Richard Bolles, job search guru and author of What Color Is Your Parachute? predicts that you can expect to search for work 1-2 months for every $10,000 you hope to earn. So, if you’re looking for a $40,000 a year position, you may search for 4-8 months to land it. Back when the economy sizzled, that job search length would …Read more