Jay Goldberg, author of How to Get, Keep and Be Well Paid in a Job and Jill Desena-Shook, author of Just Tell Me How to Get Hired! are co-hosting a radio show on Blog Talk Radio offering job search and on-the-job advice to help people get work, keep their jobs and grow in their jobs.
Online PR News – 10-February-2010 – – The audience for Job Talk with Jill and Jay keeps growing. In addition to the topics of the week, the Ethics Challenge for Jay and the It’s Obvious Segment for Jill have become popular weekly features. Last week Jay tackled a tough question from Jill regarding whether you should inform your supervisor if you are seriously dating a co-worker, while, based on a question from a listener, Jill explained what is obvious to an interviewer if you start to answer a question before allowing the interviewer to finish asking said question.
The topics for the upcoming show, scheduled for 9:00 AM EST, Sunday, February 14th, will be service attitudes (see if you can pass the test that be given during the show) and how to avoid the trap of the "nice interviewer.
To find out more information on the show, the authors, their books and background; or to request a topic for the show, or ask a question of Jill or Jay, visit www.jobtalkwithjillandjay.com. There is also a player at that site so you can listen to past shows, or download past shows to iTunes as a podcast. To go directly to the show’s page at Blog Talk Radio, visit www.blogtalkradio.com/jobtalk where you can read about the shows topics (past, present and future), listen to past shows, or listen and join the discussion on live shows.
Jay Goldberg, MBA, is a former Service Director with Citibank and Program Manager for The Palm Beach County Resource Center, an Economic Development Not for Profit Corporation. He currently is the CEO of DTR Inc. a business consulting firm specializing in employee development and training; and strategic planning. At DTR Inc., Mr. Goldberg developed a work readiness training program that was called the best work readiness certification program in the United States by a member of the National Skills Standard Board during a presentation of the program in Jacksonville, Florida in January of 2003.
For over 12 years, Jill Desena-Shook has excelled in the recruiting industry. Both temporary and full-time placements have consistently set her sales into the multi-million dollar level. Jill’s clients are a diverse mix of global law firms; fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, international luxury hotels, fashion houses, textile factories, and media corporations. She earned her Bachelor of Arts at Hofstra University and is currently recruiting in the New York metropolitan area.