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"It's a quick no nonsense read that really showed me how I was doing things that were hurting my search. This book was exactly what I was looking for and I didn't even know it." Jason
"Read the book and forget about the old way of job searching and you will be far ahead of the other job seekers. The job resources list and sites he shares are fabulous and so helpful in preparing you for a job search." R. Lewis
"There were so many helpful hints and tricks that are usually ignored or never even thought of now a days, and let's face it 15 extra minutes of effort before the interview may not always pan out, but when it does you will be thanking yourself (and hopefully Nick too) for not being lazy..." Melzmonnin 85
Hi – My name is Nick Vulich. I’ve spent over fifteen years as a retail manager, and have personally hired close to five hundred employees. Clerks, managers, warehouse workers, you name it, I’ve interviewed, and hired them.
Let me tell you, I’ve seen, and heard some crazy stories.
One girl carefully explained how she needed weekends off to visit her boyfriend in prison. He’d just killed someone; she apparently got off on a technicality. I’ve had my share of people coming in smelling like a marijuana factory, and watched them get up and walk out when I mentioned our drug testing program. And, of course, there are always the kids who come in wearing “F**k You!” or “Sh*t happens” t-shirts. But, hey, it matched their sandals and torn jeans. Nice outfit. Totally wrong place for it.
To be fair, I’ve also hired a lot of great people. One of these was a foreigner I met in Maryland. We were getting ready to close up shop, before a major hurricane came in. Trees were already down all over; streets flooded. None of it seemed to bother him at all. He handed me his resume, and explained why he was the best man for the job. Heck, he had my attention just by walking in on a day like that. Needless to say I had him on a plane a few days later to interview with the big wigs for a management position.
There was also the girl who walked in the store, stopped to straighten the wrinkled carpet, and picked up a wrapper and threw it away. By doing those two things, she outgunned several of my seasoned workers.
I probably don’t have to tell you, both of these people got the job. Little things, big results.
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