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John's Incredible Pizza Company is hosting a hiring fair  February 15-18, 2018 , at Westminster Mall in preparation for its  March 2018  opening. More than 150 jobs are available at the indoor family entertainment center, including Pizza Cooks, Prep Cooks, Cashiers, Guest Service Representatives, Buffet Attendants, Fun World Attendants, and John's loveable mascot IncrediBear.  "Our employees are such an important part of our team and they work hard to provide a unique and incredible experience for our guests," said  John Parlet , owner and founder. "We're looking forward to welcoming our team at  Westminster  and creating a fun environment within the community." Employees of John's Incredible Pizza Company are offered discounted meals, "pizza bucks" to bring their family and friends to John's, sick pay, pat-on-the-back incentives earned for giving great service and  401K  with company matching. Additional benefits for full-time employees include bonuses, health benefits and paid time off. The hiring fair will take place in the lower level of the Westminster Mall from  9 a.m. to 7 p.m.  All interested applicants must apply and pre-register for an in-person interview via John's hiring website,  www.johnspizza.com/westminsterjobs .
Our friends at Glassdoor are out with some new advice for y'all.  Here are their top 10 tips for job seekers to apply to their job searches in 2018: 1.  Identify your skillset to find the right job for you. Instead of focusing on a job title in your job search, focus on the required skills. Job titles are evolving and changing – while you might be searching for a particular title, there may be other, more suitable positions available with a slightly different title. By identifying your skills – those performed in the job, the tools you have experience using and personal attributes that support your ability to perform your work – and matching them to the skills employers are seeking, you can expand and better target your job search. 2.  Use online resources and company websites to identify opportunities. Search for jobs on job search sites such as Glassdoor, along with on company career pages. When using job sites like Glassdoor, start with a specific job title that you are interested in, and then use the "suggested jobs" or "similar jobs" feature to identify additional opportunities. 3.  Narrow down to a few high-quality job opportunities to apply to. Applying to jobs is more about the quality than the quantity of opportunities. Research each company before applying to ensure it is a company that you're interested in working for. When reviewing jobs, some questions to keep in mind are: "where is the job located?," "what are the company values?" and "do employees like working there?" Use sites like Glassdoor to learn what current and past employees have said about their workplace experience, along with your professional networks to see if you might know or be connected to someone who can offer added perspective. 4.  Download and save attractive job listings for future reference. Copy and paste or print the job listing and description for each position you want to apply to so that you can reference it at a later time. Many employers may remove a job listing before a position is filled if they believe they have the right candidates in their applicant pool. By saving the job description, you have the qualifications to look back when preparing for a potential interview. 5.  Customize your resume for each job application. It's important to tailor your resume to fit the job you're applying for. While your resume will contain many of the same elements from job to job – skills, experience, education, etc. – customization based on the job description can often give you a competitive edge. 6.  Ensure your cover letter doesn't restate your resume. Your cover letter is a supplement to your resume, not a copy of it. In your cover letter, you should share a bit more about who you are, what you have to offer and why you are the right fit for the position and employer. You should also include a call to action such as, "I look forward to connecting to discuss next steps." Not sure if you even need a cover letter? When in doubt, draft and send it on with your resume. It can give a hiring manager more detail into who you are and further separate you from the competition. 7.  Study hard for your interview. Preparing for your interview is threefold – (1) know about the company, the work they do and the job you are interviewing for; (2) practice answering common and tough interview questions you may receive with friends or family; and (3) if you know the individuals you are interviewing with, look them up online to learn about their background. To find out more about the interview process at specific companies, check out the interview reviews section on  Glassdoor . 8.  Always ask your interviewer questions. Be prepared for your interviewer to ask you if you have any questions for him or her. It is important to have some questions ready – if you don't ask questions, you can run the risk of unintentionally appearing disengaged or uninterested. Some questions may include: "what are growth opportunities at this company?," or "what is your favorite thing — and biggest challenge — about working here?" 9.  Send a thank you note after your interview. Always follow up with the people who you interviewed with to share appreciation of the time they took to meet with you. How you send the note is up to you – email or snail mail – but be sure to include your thanks and reiterate your interest in the position. Be timely in sending your thank you note. 10.   When offered the job, don't accept on the spot. Congratulations – you got the job! Most employers will call you to make the official job offer. On the call, you should thank the employer for the offer and confirm when you will need to accept by. Some may request your acceptance later that day, others may give you a bit more time. Take the time they give you to carefully review the offer, and if necessary, go back to them to negotiate. Use Glassdoor's  Know Your Worth  tool to ensure you are receiving fair market pay for where you live, based on your job title, relevant work experience and other factors. Nearly two in five (38 percent) U.S. job seekers and employees 1  are currently searching for or plan to begin looking for a new job in 2018, according to a new survey 1  from  Glassdoor , one of the world's largest and fastest-growing job sites. To empower job seekers to find the right job, Glassdoor has launched a new online class,  How to Get a Job: A Step-by-Step Guide , to help job seekers learn everything they need to know to land a job today, including searching for a job, building the perfect resume and cover letter, capturing an employer's attention in an interview, negotiating pay, navigating an offer and more.
DraftKings, the fantasy sports league company has announced that it will add hundreds of new jobs, mostly in Boston and some at its New York City offices. The Company is Moving to New Boston Headquarters to Accommodate Growth that will boost its size by 75%. It has begun an aggressive hiring campaign expected to increase the size of the company by 75% in the next 18 months. DraftKings plans to grow from its current 425 employees to more than 700 by the middle of 2019, with at least 600 of those positions based in Boston. As part of this, DraftKings also unveiled plans for a new Boston headquarters designed to accommodate this workforce growth. “We are entering an exciting phase of accelerated growth at DraftKings as we continue to develop new products and diversify our offerings. To meet these needs and remain at the forefront of innovation, DraftKings is focused on hiring top talent,” said Jason Robins, co-founder and CEO of DraftKings. “We are also honing in on our commitment to Boston by opening a new headquarters in the city. We’re especially thankful to Governor Baker, Mayor Walsh and the state’s legislative leadership for their continued support of our company and Boston’s thriving tech economy.” The new state-of-the-art DraftKings headquarters will be located at 500 Boylston Street in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston. The 105,000 square foot location – the largest single-floor space available in Boston – is more than double the size of DraftKings’ current office. The sports-tech and entertainment platform will customize and invest significantly in the new location, with immediate plans to expand DraftKings’ in-house media production studio and create unique employee “neighborhoods” designed to foster cross-department collaboration. The relocation is scheduled to be completed in the first half of 2019. Interested job seekers should visit careers.draftkings.com for more info.
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