Essay Job Development

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JOB DEVELOPMENT ESSENTIALS
Laura Wyckoff Carol Clymer

a guide for job developers
Second Edition
A PUBLICATION OF PUBLIC/PRIVATE VENTURES

JOB DEVELOPMENT ESSENTIALS A Guide for Job Developers
Second Edition
Laura Wyckoff Carol Clymer

Second Edition © copyright 2005. Public/Private Ventures. All rights reserved.

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Acknowledgments .............................................................................. 6 Developers, Writers, and Funders........................................................ 7 About Job Development Essentials......................................................... 9 Before You Begin ............................................................................. 11
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57 Value‑Added Interviews Below the Surface, Beyond the Obvious The Job Developer’s Checklist for Job Readiness Encouraging Self‑Reliance Common Mistakes About Your Performance CHAPTER 6: MAKING THE MATCH ........................................................ 65 Prepping the Players Guidelines for Matchmaking Words about the Hard to Place Placing the Hard to Place Final Checklist Common Mistakes About Your Performance

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CHAPTER 7: CLOSING THE DEAL .......................................................... 75 Opening Moves Checklist: Following Up on the Interview Preparing for Problems, Taking Action After the Interview: When the Employer Says... Addressing Issues: Race, Gender, Age A Checklist for Knowing When to Let Go Common Mistakes About Your Performance CHAPTER 8: MAKING IT STICK........................................................ 87 Checklist for Ensuring Retention Following Up on a Hire Retention Strategies A Checklist for Tuning Up Retention Managing Retention Risks A Form for Following Up Common Mistakes About Your Performance Quick Assessment for the Successful Job Developer .......................... 99

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Acknowledgments
Public/Private Ventures would like to thank the following workforce development professionals whose willingness to share their expertise has made Job Development Essentials possible.

Kris Bernadot Project

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