As we are growing up and completing our studies, we are very fortunate to find our 'true calling' or 'natural inclination' to do what we are good at. Few are passionate enough to know clearly what they want to do and it comes naturally to them. However, most of us have to work at it as the passion is not very well deve ...
Finding a job can take months of time and effort. But you can speed the process by using these job search tips.
1. Personal contacts. Many jobs are never advertised. People get them by talking to friends, family, neighbors, acquaintances, teachers, former coworkers, and others who know of an opening. Be sure to tell ...
For some of you, taking a methodical approach to applying for a job sounds like a good idea. But others might be wondering why we're making such a big deal about this - just apply for a job - it's that simple.
But perhaps the most compelling reason to use a structured technique when applying for a job is to boost y ...
You have just landed an interview for a seemingly wonderful job! Now what? Successful interviewing will be essential in order for you to lock in an offer. Here are some tips and strategies for effective interviewing from preparation through to follow up.
Research should always be your first step. ...
1. Develop Mentoring Relationships
One recent study found that in four out of five promotions, those promoted had a mentoring relationship with someone higher in the company who helped spread the good word about them. Some companies have formal mentoring programs, but even if your company does not, there are still way ...
Have you gotten into a rut at work? Would you like to be more engaged, satisfied, and fulfilled in your work? Would you like to be more productive and feel a greater sense of accomplishment at the end of each day? Well you can. It just takes a desire and commitment to renew your habits and routines.
You spend 8 plu ...
The long hours a day you spend at work can seem like an eternity if you don't get along with your coworkers.They may not be the easiest kind with whom to get along, but what about you? Are you a good coworker? Do you help make the workplace a pleasant place to work?
1. Respect People's Differences : each of us is un ...
Most job seekers feel understandably anxious, embarrassed and uncomfortable when the time comes to discuss salaries. Advice such as "never bring up the issue of salary, let the interviewer say it first," is rarely helpful if you don't have any idea of how to respond when the topic does come up.
Be prepared. Befor ...
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Given the amount of time we spend in the workplace, it is natural that personal romantic relationships between employees may develop. And it is just as natural that some of those relationships will not last. Relationships at work raise many potential issues especially when there is a misunderstanding or breakup between ...