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Mary Stern

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Role and Company

VP - Human Resources, Baxter Healthcare

Expertise

30 years experience in human resources

Location

Santa Barbara, CA

About Mary

Since retiring from Baxter, I have consulted with start ups and small companies. I have also recently published a gook on job search - "6 Steps To Land the Job - Essentials of Job Search Success". www6stepstolandthejob.com I close the book by asking people to consider hiring a vet.

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Mary's Recent Answers

3 months ago

What are the most asked Human Resource interview questions?

Hi Ben, Many HR professionals are trained in "behaviorally based"interviewing techniques. One of the premises is that past behavior...

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3 months ago

Does anyone have any experience in conducting employee misconduct investigations on a part-time, contract basis and can give me hourly rate charge recommendations?

Hi Timon, I went to school at K-State and grew up in that area. You must have been serving at...

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one year ago

I am in the top three candidates, now what do I do to stand out?

Most successful sales reps bring "brag" books to interviews. There are letters from customers, awards, sales rankings; Anything that shows...

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2 years ago

Does anyone have advice for me to find a job in the Seattle area?

You may also want to check out Dice.com. They focus on technology jobs.

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4 years ago

How does an older Veteran with a graduate degree market his skills, talents and degrees for a full time career with opportunities

Stephen, There is a lot of age discrimination - unfortunate fact of life. Smaller companies value experience - they don't...

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