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MyWorkSearch launches webinars to support jobseekers

MyWorkSearch launches webinars to support jobseekers
Online outplacement and re-employment specialist MyWorkSearch has extended its innovative support for users by hosting regular interactive Webinars on all aspects of searching for a job. The new service is part of MyWorkSearchs commitment to comprehensive tailored online re-employment support, ensuring their users have all the resources they needed to succeed in the harsh job market.The webinars will run at regular intervals over the coming months, with an average of six-eight per month. General advice on CV and job application writing, will be hosted regularly, interspersed with specialist webinars covering topics more in-depth. Specialist subjects will include how to build confidence, interview skills, and presentation skills, including how to present to a room of strangers under timed conditions.Richard Alberg, Founder and CEO of MyWorkSearch, comments: Finding a job is hard work and can be very isolating. With that in mind we wanted to provide an interactive platform which gives users the opportunity to directly connect with our experts and help them make the most of our job-seeking expertise. After nerve-wracking interview situations Im sure it will be refreshing for our users to turn the tables and be the ones asking the questions. Michael Buchan, Content Director at MyWorkSearch who will also host some of the up-coming webinars says, Job-seeking advice is often generalised to help as many people as possible. With the webinars we want to bring to life expert guidance, engage our users and give them the opportunity to ask the questions they really want answers to. Featured webinars running in September include:Building confidence: Thursday 16th September 10:00 11:00Delivering great presentations: Tuesday 21st September 10:00 11:00Strategies for successful networking: Thursday 23rd September 10:00 11:00Writing great personal profiles: Thursday 30th September 10:00 11:00

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