It’s been a while, and you are feeling unappreciated at your job. It seems that you live from paycheck to paycheck just making the bills on time. You have worked for your company for a few years now and have not seen any increase in salary. Does this sound familiar? Why does it seem like some of your co-workers can buy new cars, or new homes, and have that pep in their step that seems to be missing from yours?
January 16, 2017- Posted to Job Interview
Are you feeling tired when faced with going into your workplace? Is the thought of another day of sitting behind your desk causing you stress or headaches? Have you been feeling that you are ineffective in the job you were hired to do, and have a hard time getting motivated?
There are several blogs that can be found online which tells you how to put family first. Sure, these blogs can give you tips and some insights on how to make your family work what with your busy schedule and other responsibilities. But the truth is that there are no hard and fast rules on how you could put your family first. It depends on the circumstances surrounding your family and how you would want to build it. You would be surprised to know that each item on these “how to’s” actually has an alternative approach.
Running a business means having to face one of the most controversial elements, that is salary issues, at one point or even more. The usual culprits are the lack of a standard salary grade and the speculation that one employee is earning more than the other. Salary issues do not have to be the bane of both employer and employee’s lives and cause of upset to the team because these issues can be resolved or even prevented from the very start.
There are several blogs out there telling us to just, “quit your job and follow your dreams.” While this sounds very inviting, this article will tell you that it might not be very wise to do so. Sure, finding a job where you can use your key skills, that you are interested in, and where you can preserve your principles and values at the same time would be perfect, but this does not happen too often.
Oh, the glamor, the money, the travel, the girls, the boys … ! The music business has always been seen as a dream ticket to riches, fame and stardom; private jets, the swishest of hotels and the most expensive cars, jewellery and clothes money can buy - but - behind every superstar, singer, or group, there are an army of people getting paid fairly ordinary salaries and doing fairly normal jobs; some earn considerably more ...
There is a deadline to meet and your drawing a blank of what to include in your next issue. You need content and you need it now. No matter what you do it seems you keep drawing a blank, or it seems that every subject you research has been beaten to death. What are your options when you develop writer’s block?
April 08, 2016- Posted to Job Interview
Most Americans own up to four digital devices, which means they are more connected than ever. They are used to getting information anywhere and at any time. The behavior of the consumers’ use of these devices has inspired innovation. It shows in the travel industry, financial services, retail, and now the industry of recruitment.
April 07, 2016- Posted to Job Interview
The social media profiles will reveal specific aspects of a person’s’ personality. Recruiters find this information useful when they’re trying to get a grasp of the person. It aids them in making their decision when considering applicants to interview or hire. They’re able to evaluate them and see if they would fit well within the organization. They’ll rate the candidates’ character along with their personality. They also look for any grammar or spelling mistakes in their content.
April 04, 2016- Posted to Job Interview
The key to communication is having enough knowledge to communicate with - and that knowledge is not necessarily about the job alone - it covers areas you may well not have thought of having anything to do with communication.
That job you always wanted just came up.