Welcome, December! Considering the weather in Colorado this year, it’s hard to believe that the holidays are upon us and it’s “Networking Season.” Rolf and I have been out and about to at least 2 networking events each week since Thanksgiving and we have many more on the calendar. Rolf has even nicknamed this string of events the “Pro Networking Tour.” You job seekers out there who have been attending these events have the advantage for finding great jobs right now. While others are off in a food coma, you are rubbing elbows with hiring managers, recruiters, and new friends. Building your network is the fastest and most fun way to make your job search more effective, plus the contacts you make today will be a solid support system to propel your career for years to come. But it’s not all one-sided. Networking, like everything else where people are interacting, is a collaborative activity. Offering advice, war stories, success stories, book recommendations, or referrals is always appreciated when it comes to networking. In the networking season spirit, we have a need for your input here at Kranect. We are debating a critical networking issue of etiquette. At networking events you typically get a nametag. Which is the most appropriate shoulder area to attach your name-tag and why? Tweet us @Kranect or post to our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Kranect ) and let us know what you think!
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