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"I absolutely recall writing a fairly long comment here, last week....about a "creative Resume' the I put together as an LA student @ Texas A&M". I guess if YOUR "ideas" don't fit neatly into the neat little format…"
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How to Write a Cover Letter to Get You Noticed

Though it’s exciting to think about the possibilities in a new role or at a new company, job searching is a challenge. It’s daunting to comb through job boards, looking for positions that match your skill set and companies that match your values. It’s exhausting packing your calendar with networking events, engaging in small talk to make connections. And, it’s tricky to present yourself…See More
Dec 10, 2016
J. Robert Wainner commented on Design Workshop Human Resources's blog post 'How to Nail Your Interview at Your Dream Company'
"Hello from J. Robert (Bob) Wainner. A very informative article.  In my situation....many years ago.  It had been many years since I did a job interview for an LA job.  I was fortunate enough to come across a GREAT book called…"
Oct 1, 2016
Amany commented on Design Workshop Human Resources's blog post 'How to Nail Your Interview at Your Dream Company'
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Sep 1, 2016
A blog post by Design Workshop Human Resources was featured

How to Nail Your Interview at Your Dream Company

After nearly six years as an HR professional, and three years spent exclusively in recruiting, I have a golden line that I’d like to share with you about interviewing.  Interviewing is much more of an art than a science. What, you say? How on earth could it be an art? Aren’t companies looking for the perfectly rehearsed answers? No, they aren’t. That doesn’t help anybody. Trust…See More
Aug 31, 2016
Design Workshop Human Resources posted a blog post

How to Nail Your Interview at Your Dream Company

After nearly six years as an HR professional, and three years spent exclusively in recruiting, I have a golden line that I’d like to share with you about interviewing.  Interviewing is much more of an art than a science. What, you say? How on earth could it be an art? Aren’t companies looking for the perfectly rehearsed answers? No, they aren’t. That doesn’t help anybody. Trust…See More
Aug 31, 2016
A blog post by Design Workshop Human Resources was featured

The Importance of Company Culture When You Look For a Job

Company culture is a hotter-than-ever term. A business needs it. Recruiters flaunt it. Employees desire it. But what is corporate or company culture, truly?  Why is it trending now? Most importantly, why should you care about it when you’re looking for a job?You may have heard of organizational culture during a high school or college business class. It’s a complicated recipe of…See More
Jun 8, 2016
Design Workshop Human Resources posted a blog post

The Importance of Company Culture When You Look For a Job

Company culture is a hotter-than-ever term. A business needs it. Recruiters flaunt it. Employees desire it. But what is corporate or company culture, truly?  Why is it trending now? Most importantly, why should you care about it when you’re looking for a job?You may have heard of organizational culture during a high school or college business class. It’s a complicated recipe of…See More
Jun 8, 2016

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For more than four decades, Design Workshop has provided landscape architecture, planning, urban design and strategic services to clients in North America and throughout the world. We are committed to creating special places that meet today's needs and that are sustainable environments for all time.

We believe that when environment, art, community and economics are combined with the dictates of the land and the needs of society, magical places result—sustainable places of timeless beauty, significant value and enduring quality, places that lift the spirit. We have developed a methodology called DW Legacy Design®. This proprietary process seeks to imbue every project with a balance between environmental sensitivity, community connection, artistic beauty and economic viability that demonstrates measureable results.
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How to Write a Cover Letter to Get You Noticed

Though it’s exciting to think about the possibilities in a new role or at a new company, job searching is a challenge. It’s daunting to comb through job boards, looking for positions that match your skill set and companies that match your values. It’s exhausting packing your calendar with networking events, engaging in small talk to make connections. And, it’s tricky to…

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Posted on December 10, 2016 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

How to Nail Your Interview at Your Dream Company

After nearly six years as an HR professional, and three years spent exclusively in recruiting, I have a golden line that I’d like to share with you about interviewing. 



Interviewing is much more of an art than a science.



What, you say? How on earth could it be an art? Aren’t companies looking for the perfectly rehearsed answers? …



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Posted on August 31, 2016 at 8:30pm — 2 Comments

The Importance of Company Culture When You Look For a Job

Company culture is a hotter-than-ever term. A business needs it. Recruiters flaunt it. Employees desire it. But what is corporate or company culture, truly?  Why is it trending now? Most importantly, why should you care about it when you’re looking for a job?

You may have heard of organizational culture during a high school or college business class. It’s a…

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At 2:20pm on May 1, 2017, J. Robert Wainner said…

I absolutely recall writing a fairly long comment here, last week....about a "creative Resume' the I put together as an LA student @ Texas A&M".

I guess if YOUR "ideas" don't fit neatly into the neat little format as described by this HR person.....you idea gets rejected.  Nice.

Bob

 
 
 

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