Get A New Job With Robert California

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  1. MoneyCone says:

    Don’t burn bridges! Great advice there. I see so many trash their co-workers, bosses, company policies etc., before leaving.

    This is a small world. You never know who might be your next boss or co-worker!

  2. PKamp3 says:

    I love busting out the suit, and I use pretty much any excuse I have to use one. Unlike Barney, I’m married, so go figure (I’m also an Engineer, so I must be slightly tapped).

    Also unlike Barney, my suits don’t cry out to me from the closet. So, there’s that.

  3. I also agree with not burning bridges. It is a small world and you would be surprised how connected everyone is. Just hold your head high and be respectful. Doing so just further impresses how good of a person you are and people will want to hire you.

  4. krantcents says:

    Buck, you are the poster boy for networking! Networking makes it so much easier to get the job.

  5. Congratulations Buck. I have visions of Mitch McDeere interviewing with The Firm, nailing every impossible question and building instant rapport with every turn. Way to go.

  6. 101 Centavos says:

    I love my interview suit. An Yves Saint-Laurent 3-button w/ classic lines picked up 15 years ago, and still fits and looks good. Add in an expensive tie and white shirt and I’m ready. If I was ever interviewing, that is, which I’m not.

  7. First off, Robert California has to be my new favorite character. I know many will disagree, but I never really liked Michel Scott….he always made me feel uncomfortable, and not in a funny way.

    As for your tips, spot on. I also like to always bring a well researched list of questions. It shows you’ve taken an interest and done some advanced prep. Also, there’s nothing worse than an interviewer asking if you have any questions and then you hear crickets chirping. Surely someone who seriously wants a job will have at least one question about it!

    Oh yes, and of course Dwight and Creed are my other favorites…

  8. katherine says:

    “Listen and Be Authentic”

    The basic rules of humankind is to listen so that we can reach our goals and we can talk properly… just like what you did buck… that was the impressive ways of communication… Of course, I get another useful experience to use my upcoming interviews. :) Don’t forget, Be yourself and Critical-Thinker :)

  9. I agree in not burning bridges. A network is also a great thing to have — can help you skip past 95% of the CVs that often never even get looked at.

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