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mahtab20
09-12-06, 19:54
در این بخش مقالاتی رو در اختیار دوستان قرار خواهیم داد.و همچنین دوستانی که در زمینه خاصی مقاله ای بخوان میتونن مطرح کنن تا در پیدا کردن مقاله مورد نظر کمکشون کنیم.
با آرزوی وفقیت برای همه مخاطبان این تاپیک
:victory::tt1::victory::)

mahtab20
09-12-06, 20:07
The IT job market is still one of the hottest markets andcommands the highest resume response from job seekers. Given the sheer volume ofresumes that ahiring manager has to sift through for each position, onlythe strongest resumes actually get past the initial 30 second screening. Thenational average for resumes received for each IT position advertised is 300 andincreasing.

1. Make Your Resume Searchable: Using the right keywords isthe key for making your IT resume web searchable. It is not enough to mentionthe skill sets you have, but you must also use them effectively. For example, ifORACLE and VB.NET is your forte, then you should use phrases such as "databaseprogramming" and "testing". Another thing about keywords is that resumes thesedays are simply being scanned electronically for inclusion into companydatabases. If you are not using the right IT keywords for the positionadvertised, your resume may not even see a human being.

2. Choose TheRight Format: Although different formats have pros and cons, for IT positions, the functional resume format is ideal for its effectiveness in highlighting yourskills and experiences. This saves time for hiring managers and you stand abetter chance of getting shortlisted.

3. Emphasize Your Skills: The keyto cracking the IT job market is really your skills. Emphasize your skills withshort sentences such as "programmer with 8 years experience in COBOL and Oracle, and last three yeas as team leader". Another example could be "eight projects in 6 years in C++, SAS, HTML, CAD, and TCP/IP". This also showcases your additionalskills in areas such as leadership, management and interpersonal skills (whichare sometimes lacking in IT candidates).

4. Avoid Mistakes InTerminology: There are job seekers that still write industry terminologyincorrectly, which usually has disastrous consequences on their job search. Example, "data warehousing" is often written as "dataware housing" or worse, "data wearhousing". Proofread your resume thoroughly, then have a friend do thesame.

5. Cut Down Lengthy Paragraphs: Summarizing your resume willdefinitely score points over writing long paragraphs. You don’t want yourextraordinary skills to get lost in a maze of words. Certifications such asMCDBA, MCP+1, & MCSE should be listed in a stand-alone fashion.

6. Highlight Accomplishments. Mention your responsibilities and specificaccomplishments in your current position, giving examples of the platforms usedfor both back-end and front-end operations.

7. Omit Personal Information. Avoid unnecessary personal details; they will only be distractions.

8. Summarize Your Resume At The Top: Summarizing key elements at the top makes moreimpact and encourages the employer to continue reading. An executive summary, well written, can do an excellent job at keeping the reader engaged.

9. Avoid The Temptation To Overdo: Treat your resume as your calling card. You mustbe able to substantiate everything that you have written. For example, if youare applying for an Oracle Financial position when your specialty is reallydatabase management, you will be exposed. Additionally, you will lose yourchance to be considered for any other position that the employer may haveavailable.

10. Proofread The Resume: Nix grammatical and spelling errors. There is no excuse for typos or misspellings in a resume. Because IT resumeshave highly technical words, you have to proofread them moreclosely.

Getting your resume just right for the initial shortlisting isnot hard if you stick to IT resume writing basics. By following these 10 tips, you will be able to write and market your IT resume successfully and land thatjob.

Written By Heather EagarReference: 123oye.com

mahtab20
09-12-08, 20:25
A customer's purchase is overcharged by $10.00. The store policy is clear... "No cash refunds" so the sales associate refuses to issue the refund even though the mistake was hers. The customer was told he would have to accept a store credit or wait for a cheque to be issued by head office.
A customer wants to exchange a sale item she bought three hours earlier but the store policy states, "All sales are final." The employee adamantly refuses to exchange the item for the customer.
What is the likelihood that these customers will buy from those stores again? I think it would be safe to say they won't.
We all know that policies are instituted for a reason - to protect the company and reduce the risk and liability. However, in many situations, policies are put into place to manage a tiny portion of the business - people who look for ways to exploit your business or who try to get something for nothing. Unfortunately, these policies are designed to control the minority rather than the majority. And, as a customer, I highly doubt that you like being told, "That's our policy."
There is no question that some people will take advantage of liberal and flexibly policies. However, my experience has taught me that these individuals are far and few between.
Case in point; when I published my first book, I offered an unconditional money-back guarantee to anyone who did not feel the concepts would help them improve their business. My publisher was distraught about this decision, telling me that I was setting myself up to be taken advantage of. Later, I extended this policy to the products I started selling on-line. In the last four years I have sold over 7000 copies of my book and thousands of dollars of other products but I have only issued 2 refunds. Was the risk worth the reward? Absolutely!
In another situation, a participant in one of my public workshop expressed his disappointment because the program did not address his specific expectations even though full details of the program were provided before he registered. While I considered the possibility that he was trying to take advantage of me, I still offered a refund because it made good business sense.
The easier you make it for someone to do business with you, the more business they will generate, providing of course, you offer a good product at a fair price. I firmly believe that flexible policies can help a business increase their market share.
Here is something else to consider. When your policies change (which is not uncommon), don't force existing customers to adhere to the new policy immediately after it has been implemented. Give them a grace period to help them adjust to the new procedures.
I also think it is important to give employees some latitude. I'm not suggesting that you allow everyone to make their own decision but I do know from experience that most people will make good business decisions if given the opportunity.
Many people are hesitant to do business with someone they have not purchased from in the past. And for good reason, they have been sold goods and services that have not lived up to their expectations. Reduce their concern and hesitation by making it easy and risk-free to buy from you.
One of my first clients expressed concern about doing business with an unknown vendor (me). When she asked what would happen if she wasn't satisfied with the program I was going to develop for her, I told her that she wouldn't pay. I even agreed to include this in my contract with her. Several years later, her company is still a client and I have since extended this policy to all new clients.
Another aspect to consider is the fine print you include in contracts. Why force your customers to review paragraph upon paragraph of text that can only be read with a magnifying glass. State your terms up front and believe that the more fine print you have, the more you are trying to hide from your customer.
I remember my wife talking to a computer company we were leasing from after we discovered that we had made two extra payments even though the lease had ended. She was told, "Your contract clearly states that you are responsible for contacting us to terminate the lease." I have also seen this type of clause for extended warranty programs. Some companies offer a rebate on the warranty if you do not use it. However, the caveats usually require the customer to submit the original receipt within 30 days of the warranty expiration.
Evaluate the policies you have implemented over the years and look at them from a customer's perspective. They may be costing you business.

by Kelley Robertson
Reference: success.com

بهروز 3d
10-04-13, 19:12
سلام من یه مقاله در مورد کاشیکاری یا آجر لعاب دار . خشت . نعل در گاهی. ازاره . گچ بری در مورد هر کدوم که شد یه مقاله لاتین میخوام امشب کسی میتونه کمک کنه ممنون میشم

lady_atieh
10-04-13, 20:28
سلام من یه مقاله در مورد کاشیکاری یا آجر لعاب دار . خشت . نعل در گاهی. ازاره . گچ بری در مورد هر کدوم که شد یه مقاله لاتین میخوام امشب کسی میتونه کمک کنه ممنون میشم
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bahman_seif.a
10-05-05, 21:07
3 تا مقاله ارگونومی به زبان لاتین مربوط به سالهای 2007و2008و2009
لازم دارم بچه ها.

@parisa
12-09-25, 14:09
سلام دوستان موضوع پایان نامه ی من در مورد گرافیک محیطی هتل استقلال است .در مورد هتل fox مطالب خوبی تو page بود ممنونم .اگر در زمینه ی گرافیک هتل ها مطالب لاتینی در دست دارید ممنون می شم کمکم کنید