Absolute Advantage

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Absolute Advantage
Absolute Advantage is listed in the Contractors Electric category in Durham, Connecticut. Displayed below are the social networks for Absolute Advantage which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Absolute Advantage on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

Contact information for Absolute Advantage is:
440 Higganum Rd
Durham, CT 06422
(860) 349-0256
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Treat every contact - phone call, e-mail, interview, follow-up - as an opportunity to solidify a connection, prove your value, demonstrate fit, be proactive... and as a stepping stone to the next level in the process!

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How often is TOO often to follow up post-interview? Take your lead from the close of the interview (when you asked, "What's the next step in the process?") and if you were informed "a week or two," mention that in your tx-you e-mail, then touch base around the middle of week two. If you are securing additional references, that's a good excuse to contact as well - "checking in and providing you with a new reference."

Speaking of follow-up... specific to job-search, there's no excuse NOT to send e-mail follow-ups the same day/next morning following an interview - to *everyone* with whom you spoke. It needs to be much more than simply a thank-you for the time. My favorite recommendation is to use the follow-up thank-you as a mulligan: What do you WISH you had said... what did you NOT express very clearly... communicate your value!

On the job: Cut online/social media time to once in the morning-limit to 20"-and once in the late afternoon/early evening when making to-do list for the following day. Resist the urge to check e-mail every time the tone sounds (turn off bouncing icon/turn off volume when immersed in a project). More ideas to come!