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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


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


Unbeatable Resumes
February 28, 2012 12:21pm


Acing the Interview
February 28, 2012 12:22pm

News: Tony Beshara Blog 
  • …..more on body language September 20, 2018 4:39pm

    Last time, we discussed candidate body language and why it is important in the interviewing process. We discussed posture, focus and the hand shake. Today we will finish our discussion of this important subject. Demonstrate confidence, openness and enthusiasm with correct hand gestures and arm positioning. The way your arms are positioned says a lot about your state of mind and attitude. The right hand gestures convey much of what you are trying to convey to the interviewer. Let your hands he...
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  • ….candidate body language September 8, 2018 7:22pm

    Ok, so you think you got this down. YOU DON”T…Most candidates never deal with this thought and they should. So, pay attention! Candidate Body Language in the interview is extremely important. People form an opinion of you in the first seven seconds of the meeting and your body language says a lot. One study from McGill University in the 1960s found that people decide to hire you, or not, in the first FOUR minutes of an interview. There is little evidence to challenge that study ev...
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  • …Dallas, the biggest small town you’ll ever live in August 25, 2018 10:10pm

    This is a quote from a very good friend of mine and business partner, Rich Lubinski. Rich’s been around almost as long as I have and experienced just about as many things when it comes to people, jobs, and their career. This idea is something that everyone ought to keep on their minds regarding just about every personal and business activity they are involved in. The reason this phrase came to mind was that one of my candidates was eliminated from getting a job offer…. because of som...
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  • … First and second line managers… the toughest job in show business August 19, 2018 10:24pm

    I happen to recruit and place people primarily in sales and more specifically, in technology sales. But having been in this business since 1973 I’ve recruited and placed just about everything you can imagine in just about every discipline (well, maybe not oceanographers). What I’m going to write about applies to just about every business discipline I know, but especially regarding sales. At least twice a week one of my sales candidates informs me that he or she really wants to get in...
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  • ….Hiring the “overqualified candidate” August 12, 2018 12:35pm

    If I don’t hear this daily, I hear it at least three times a week, “We don’t want to hire anybody overqualified, because they leave us when they first get the chance.” Being overqualified, admittedly, is a relative term. It probably isn’t wise to hire an experienced controller who has been making $150,000 for an entry-level accounting job at $55,000. Nor, is it probably a good idea to hire a sales person in a job where they are capped at earning $100,000 when they h...
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  • …don’t lie !!! August 5, 2018 10:25pm

    It happened again last week…oh, my goodness..this is soooooo sad.. A candidate I placed started his job last week. The company finally got around to checking his background and found that he lied about having a degree. They fired him on the spot. Since 1973, I have never understood why people lie …especially about something so easy to check.. DON’T LIE! It is dumb…dumb…dumb
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