Posts Tagged ‘Job opportunities’
July 8th, 2016 |
5 Ways You Are Lowering Your Salary Without Realizing It
You might think that your employer has total control over your salary. But that is not true. You too have a part to play. If you feel underpaid, don’t just rant and rave at the injustice of your employer. Take an introspective look at what you are doing, however unwittingly, to perpetuate the situation. As the saying goes, “Someone can only ride your back if you bend it.”
Here are some unconscious ways that many employees sabotage their earning potential without realizing it:
June 24th, 2016 |
5 Really Bad Excuses For Not Having A Career Coach
Perhaps you have heard that you should have a career coach, but you have pooh-poohed the idea. You may feel that you are doing perfectly fine by yourself, and you don’t need to spend the money on professional assistance. But that decision may be costing you more than you think.
Here are some of the excuses that people use to talk themselves out of getting the career management assistance that they need:
June 20th, 2016 |
4 THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER SHARE AT WORK
Most employees spend most of their waking hours at work. And some people know their co-workers better than they know some of their own family members. That can make it easy to get too cozy, and start sharing information that is not in your best interest to share.
Here are some things that you should never share in the workplace:
May 27th, 2016 |
6 REASONS WHY YOU HATE YOUR JOB (AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT)
Do you complain about your job? I think most people do. But do you know the real source of your displeasure? And more importantly, are you ready to do something about it?
If you know you hate (not just dislike) your job, here are some reasons why along with solutions to the problem:
May 20th, 2016 |
6 STEPS TO MASTERING THE PANEL INTERVIEW
Most people get nervous at the thought of an interview, but the thought of a panel interview can really instill fear in a job seeker’s heart. The stakes can be pretty high in a one-on-one interview, but having several people interview you at the same time can really be stressful.
So how do you prepare for a panel interview? How do you make sure that you don’t get tongue-tied and fail to represent yourself properly?
April 29th, 2016 |
7 SURPRISING PLACES TO FIND JOB LEADS
If you are a job seeker, you are probably doing what everyone else is doing—over-relying on job boards to land that next position. But do you know what the odds are of you finding a position using that method? According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, only 13% of jobs are filled this way. And job boards are where you will encounter the most competition because everyone else is using job boards just like you are.
If you want to land a job sooner, you have to be creative and diversify your job search methods. You can still use job boards; just don’t rely on them solely. Here are some places where you can find job leads that you might not have thought of:
March 4th, 2016 |
POSITIONING YOUR RESUME FOR A LEADERSHIP ROLE
Do you feel ready to move into an executive position? Maybe you have been at a senior professional level for a few years, and you want to make the move into leadership. How do you make that leap? You have proved yourself in terms of mastering your role as an individual contributor, but leadership requires a different skill set.
Here are some tips for truthfully representing your skills while demonstrating to potential employers that you are ready to transition into management.