Netiquette for Job Seekers

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Netiquette for Job Seekers

March 19, 2016 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 pm

Are you using Good Netiquette in your job search? It could be affect whether you are considered or offered  a position. Employers are constantly looking for ways to weed out job candidates – don’t be one of them.

Paul Babicki, author of ” “You’re Hired! Supercharge Your Email Skills in 60 minutes (and get that job…)”” and “Netiquette IQ”, will share the rules, practices, and preferred use of language to improve the civility and lucidity of email. Gain an edge in delivering clear, readable emails that lead to interviews and even a job offer.

 

Time & Location

Saturday, March 19, 2016; 8:30 am 

Career Support Group (CSGSGG) Monthly Meeting will be held at:

  • Saint Gregory the Great Church
  • Parish Center (rear of parking lot)
  • O’Connor Hall Meeting Room
  • 4620 Nottingham Way, Hamilton, NJ 08690

 

Today’s Agenda

  • 8:15 am        Doors Open
  • 8:30 am       Meeting Kick Off/Special Presentation followed by Open Networking

 

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Paul Babicki CSGSGG Netiquette Tabular Rosa SystemsPaul Babicki, career technology sales and marketing professional, is the founder and president of Tabula Rosa Systems, a company that sells email filtering and internet security systems, as well as email grammar, tone and content software and is currently developing an email IQ rating system, Netiquette IQ.

Paul also writes a popular blog for email Netiquette, hosts an email etiquette radio program on BlogTalkRadio and has a discussion group with Yahoo.

He is a member of the International Business Etiquette and Protocol Group and consults for the Gerson Lehrman Group, a worldwide network of subject matter experts.  Over the past twenty-five years, Paul has gained an extensive background in electronic communications by selling and marketing within the information technology marketplace, including products for store and forward messages, mainframe communications software, email, communication protocols, mini computers, along with security products and services.