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Resource Guide 

Organization Name Address Country
Bridges to Life PO Box 570895 Houston, Texas 77257-0895 United States
The Way Back House 6211 Denton Dr. Dallas, Texas 75235-5692 United States
The Headhunter
Babich & Associates
Documents 

Documents

The Job Search Solution
February 28, 2012 12:20pm

Documents

Unbeatable Resumes
February 28, 2012 12:21pm

Documents

Acing the Interview
February 28, 2012 12:22pm

News: Tony Beshara Blog 
  • …..Perspective… 185 resumes August 16, 2019 10:35pm

    With all of the advertising that we do on LinkedIn, career builder and ziprecruiter, we primarily do it to keep our name out in front of everybody so they know who we are if and when the need us.Certainly, from time to time, we get some good candidates by advertising. But most of our organization is made up of really recruiters. We go out into the marketplace through as many channels as we can and try to find the most perfect candidate that’s available for a client that needs an A+ player....
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  • why is it so darn hard….to hire a felon August 11, 2019 1:15pm

    Okay, so you don’t hear this very often. And frankly, neither do we. But we work with a client that has been successful in the past in hiring “white-collar” felons. They believe that everyone deserves a second chance and under the right circumstances, these people have been tremendous for them. What is most unbelievable is that they have had almost an impossible challenge of being able to hire them. At the times they hired these people, they discovered them by pure accident. It...
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  • ….the ‘stop gap job’ August 9, 2019 10:22pm

    This happens a lot more than most people ever want to admit And it is really tricky…when you have taken a stop gap job and it dragged on longer than you ever intended…like six months or so. And you are now going to have to explain it to a hiring or interviewing authority. This is especially more difficult when you’ve had “too many jobs.” If you’ve had three jobs in three years and then have to explain a “stopgap” job whether it’s with Starbu...
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  • ….When the shoe is on the other foot August 2, 2019 10:54pm

    About 40% of the employers that I’ve worked with over the years become candidates of mine somewhere along the line. Over the last month this happened with the guy that I’ve been working with for almost 15 years as an employer. His company was sold and he lost his job. He’s been looking for a job now for about two months and he is very surprised by many things. First of all, he is surprised that he had not had as many interviews as he thought he was going to get. He’s only...
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  • …..Robert Mueller’s “interview” July 26, 2019 10:47pm

    If Robert Mueller had been a candidate in a job interview he would’ve failed miserably. It was one of the poorest displays of answering questions that I’ve probably ever experienced in the 46 years that I’ve been doing this. It was awful! “Who hired you?”…. “I don’t really remember… I’m not sure… Clinton?”… The guy answered questions with, “That wasn’t in my purview.” He was nervous, unfocused, wasn&#...
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  • …. Unbelievable July 19, 2019 10:44pm

    So, you’re gonna say, “Tony, you wrote about this stuff not too long ago… What the hell is with this?” Well, let me tell you what the hell is with this. A VP in his late 40’s making a $250,000 base salary and another $250,000 on quota with an absolutely stellar track record, wonderful presentation skills and nothing in his background that would not make him an excellent VP anywhere he wanted to be screws up an interview. How, you ask? He goes to the corporate office. He goe...
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