Archive for March, 2013
The following post has tips for new employees to be successful.
Ahh. Success. You have a new job. It may have taken you a while to find this new opportunity so you don’t want to mess it up. You’ll succeed in your new job by doing the best you can and always giving 100%. Here are a few tips for the new employee: Be dependable. Things like being on
Last September, an opportunity to work with Adecco in China on an 18-month assignment caught my attention. It was an opportunity to work alongside other colleagues from Europe to develop sales in China. This sounded like the challenge I was looking for; to learn how to work with one of the largest economic forces in our time,
You may find that a good CEO has certain qualities, like the ones in the following post.
Is the CEO at your company on your side? Does he or she motivate you to go the proverbial ‘extra mile’ on a project? Does he galvanize winning teams? Do you feel as if you know your CEO, and that he really cares about you and the needs of the
Continuing the theme of my last post, where I shared with you 7 Free Apps to Make Your Life Easier: Commute, Inspiration, Social, News and Job Search, I wanted to share some additional free apps that have made my life easier. These apps focus on productivity, travel and notes. Do you have any favorite apps? Share your thoughts
You might not get every perk you want when looking for a job, but if you can satisfy most of your requirements, then it’s probably a good idea to take the job. The following post has a list of job requirements you can consider when looking for employment.
When you are looking for a job, do you know what you want? How picky are you? Do you hate looking for a job so much that you say yes to the first place that offers? Or do you hold out a bit more to find something that better matches
It is easy to get frustrated when finding out you didn’t get hired for a job opportunity. In the following post, learn what not to do when rejected for a position.
Opening your email inbox to find a rejection letter is every job seeker’s nightmare. This can be especially frustrating after feeling like you nailed your interview. Many job seekers don’t even get to receive their rejection in the form of a concise email; it often comes in the form of silence.Of all job search frustrations, getting rejected from a
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In case you have never heard about challenged-based interviews, they may become a new trend in the application process. Learn more about how to prepare for these interviews in the following post.
If you’re heading to a job interview these days you better be up for the challenge. Literally. One of the hottest trends among employers is what’s being called “challenge-based interviewing.” A recent Forbes magazine article claimed that the challenge-based approach could “change the job application process on both sides
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Do you have expectations in order to work for a particular employer? Before you decide to accept a job offer, think about the factors mentioned in the following post.
Many times, job seekers will make quick decisions when accepting a new job only to become unhappy shortly after starting with the company. The majority of the time, it is not their fault.For many applicants it can be difficult to differentiate great companies from the subpar ones because they must form
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Do you need a fresh start in your job search? If so, the following post shares advice for putting some spring into it.
Spring is here and that means it’s a great time to take a look at your job search progress. Maybe it’s time for a spring cleaning or time to find some ways to put some spring in your efforts. Here are a few ways to “springify” (not really sure if that’s a word
In order to achieve long-term success for your company, your administrative staff needs to know you are behind them. Learn ways to invest in this group in the following post.
Are you interested in boosting company profits? Improving employee productivity and morale? Increasing employee retention and reducing sick days?If the answer is yes, read on.The secret to achieving these goals is to provide solid and professional development opportunities for your administrative staff, one of the most powerful and untapped secret weapons in your company.
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