Job Interview Thank You Letters by Alison Doyle, Job Searching Expert


Thank You
“Writing a thank you letter after a job interview is a must! In fact, some employers think less of those interviewees who fail to follow-up promptly.

Use your thank you letter to highlight the ways your skills and experience are a good match for the position. Also, if there’s something you forgot to mention during the interview, this is an opportunity to bring it up”.

“Writing a thank you letter after a job interview is a must! In fact, some employers think less of those interviewees who fail to follow-up promptly.

Use your thank you letter to highlight the ways your skills and experience are a good match for the position. Also, if there’s something you forgot to mention during the interview, this is an opportunity to bring it up”.

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Advice on Getting References for Employment By Alison Doyle, Job Searching Expert


At some point during your job search, a potential employer will request references. Typically, it will be when the company is seriously interested in you as a potential hire. It’s important to be prepared to provide a list of employment references who can attest to the skills and qualifications that you have for the job you are applying for.

Plan ahead and get your references in order, before you need them. It will save time scrambling to put together a list at the last minute. Keep in mind that good references can help you clinch a job offer, so, be sure to have a strong list of references who are willing to attest to your capabilities.

Come back soon for another tip…

Our New Hires


Today is a very special day for us at Job Cafe Inc. We have four persons getting out to work at Citizens Bank today.

New Hire Kathryn Goodwin

How liberating?

Major Congrats and Happy First Day Kathryn Goodwin, Carole Honouvi Bawa, Arthur Fray and Kevin Campbell, who started a little earlier.

Go light your world, it’s your time to shine…

Job Cafe Inc, Connecting Employees to employers and visa versa


This is one of my all time favorite thing to do. I truly love to help individuals see their true potential and to help them believe in themselves.

Loving what I do

Loving what I do

Job Cafe Inc helps me to do just that.

When I entered full time ministry I thought to myself,wow! I’m going to miss developing and mentoring individuals as they move through the varies stages of the career roadmap.
I can say with much honesty, I don’t miss Corporate America because Job Cafe Inc keeps me abreast and helps me stay in touch with that world.

How?

By connecting employers with best in class employees and employees with excellent employers in great companies.

Today, this facet to the ministry Job Cafe Inc really adds value and creates a great opportunity to evangelize in a nonthreatening way.

See us for all your career development needs…

Job Cafe Inc Pool of Talents…


We are so excited about our talent pipeline.

Career Path

We have exceptionally excellent talents to connect with exceptional employers. From Tellers, Teller Supervisors, Business Bankers, Personal Banks, Assistant Managers, Branch Managers, Acounting Representatives, Call Center Representatives, Administrative Assistants, and Medical Assistants, CNAs and Nurses.

There has never been a better time for us at Job Cafe Inc.

Friday’s coaching session went extremely well. Our talents are eager to learn, they are like sponges. They ask great opened ended questions, they are polished and ready for the next level in their careers.

They scored off the chart in the mock behavioral/situational interviews… Love it!!!

We have made contact with a few recruiters at Citizens Bank and things are looking great… We are grateful for the positive responses.

Faith and I are blessed to have such super talented people in our pool of talents.

w to keep the engagement going on social media?


Tip #4
How to keep the engagement going on social media?

Be a socialite

Be a socialite

Be consistent with your postings. For example post something daily, weekly or biweekly. By doing this you are creating a pattern for you audience to follow. They will know that daily, weekly or bi-weekly you have a fresh post and they will come out in full force to like it and leave their comments. Make sure the gap between post is reasonable and not too lengthy.

On the other hand when there is no set pattern they come and there is nothing fresh, they go somewhere else. The momentum is broken and the engagement dies.

Another thing is to keep the conversation going if someone leaves a comment, respond to the comment and use the person’s name.

This creates engagement and everyone likes to feel and be accepted. No one likes to be ignored. The principle is the same as when you are meeting someone for the first time and when you are in a conversation with someone.

You welcome and you respond. You welcome new followers and you respond to their likes and comments. Take it a step further, see their page and leave a comment and or a like.

Remember you have to manage social media the same way manage face to face conversations.

Give space between you and the person. Be polite, examine your words carefully. Be encouraging. Listen! Say only what is relevant. Build a relationship. Be yourself. Don’t be weird. Be professional.

I’ll say more about that later.

Be a “Socialite”…


Be “social” today.

In other words be a “socialite”.

Go to someone’s page and like it, view someone’s picture and add a comment etc.

Make sure you have a picture of you as your profile picture.

Remember your followers are following you and they like you in your brand…