Dear Experts, Recently I was contacted by a company for an available position. They told me to check out their website, fill out an application, and fax it back to them, which I did. I also followed up with them to let them know I'm still interested in the position. I asked them if they needed further information, I would be happy to provide it. I have not heard anything yet. What is the next step? How long do I wait to contact them again? I do realize it takes time, but what is the best way to contact them that would set me apart from the rest? Here is how our T.A.P. experts answered this question: Q#210 Write/send a bulleted letter w/your value proposition. Invite co. contact to your LinkedIn network too. (@teenarose) Q#210 Agree with @DebraWheatman , try a hand-written note. (@gradversity) Q#210 Follow-up in about a week via phone. You can also send a handwritten note to make you stand out. (@DebraWheatman) Our Twitter Advice Project (T.A.P.) is no longer an active campaign. To find an answer to the above question, please use the "Search" box in the right-hand column of this website.

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Recently, a list of companies that have the happiest employees was circulated online. The companies were commended on their ability to promote a healthy work environment and sustain work-life balance. Pfizer came out on top with Kaiser Permanente coming in second, followed by Texas Instruments. Looking at these lists, one wonders how these companies are able to promote such a positive productive environment for their employees.

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