How to Find a Job in 6 Weeks is a practical straightforward aid to assist job hunters to develop successful job search skills quickly and efficiently. It is written in a clear and jargon-free style and is structured in a way that allows the reader to move through each chapter or topic at their own pace. It includes checklists, tables and scenarios for role playing, or rehearsing the interview process with New Zealand statistics and Information. T he author emphasises the practical aspects of job hunting in the modern world and presents his knowledge and experience in five easy to digest chapters coaching the reader on: How to develop and apply job search skills quickly, simply and effectively How to write "killer" application letters and C.Vs that get noticed How to get around the fact that today 75 per cent of jobs are not advertised How to use a proven strategy to master your responses to an interview technique used by most employers today How to turn your life around and even prosper from the experience of redundancy The author is highly qualified to write this book having been on both sides of the job search.
As a Human Resources Manager he has both 'hired and fired' but the motivation to write and research this book was when he himself was made redundant with, at that time, two young children, a wife who was not working and a mortgage. How to Find a Job in Six Weeks also goes beyond basic job search information and advice. It provides techniques for managing your current job, work performance appraisals and for career management and development. The author believes that improving these skills will ultimately ensure more successful outcomes when you are in the job market. This edition of How to Find a Job in Six Weeks has been adapted for New Zealand by Paula Stenberg, author of Write Your Own CV. (Tandem Press)
Anthony Ranlerl has worked in a variety of permanent and contract management positions in the human resources area and has a thorough knowledge of recruitment, training and development, employee relations, change management and human resource management. He has written many articles for the Australian Human Resources Institute monthly magazine as well as training manuals and procedures for organisations operating within the manufacturing sector. How to Find a Job in Six Weeks is his first book.