If your employees feel like it only takes a polite “hi” to open a conversation with you at your desk, it would help them be more open – whether with feedback, ideas, or important concerns.
Knowing your employees goes a longer way than you might think. It establishes that you acknowledge their presence. It tells them that you know they exist in the organization. And of course, valued employees are productive employees.
It’s natural to be eager to accept a job offer, after discussing it with whoever is making the offer. Yet it’s this step where some career-seekers make a crucial mistake: they fail to thoroughly understand why they were selected and what the opportunity involves.
Looking for work is costly, from a short-term point of view. Every step – from preparing your application, to attending an interview, to processing your requirements – will involve expenses.
Having a trustworthy individual’s opinion on your side can be a powerful advantage when looking for a job. In fact, it’s something that will help you throughout your entire career.
Everyone has a unique profile, skillset, and resumé. But when you’re not quite a match for what the employer is looking for, it can get very difficult to sell yourself. Unfortunately, this is where some career-seekers make a crucial mistake.
Before you decide to not show up for your interview without notifying the recruiter, think about how much easier it will be to build good rapport and encourage future opportunities if you take the time to send a text or an email to them.
Are you showing potential partners and clients an accurate picture of how great your organization is? We’ve got you covered with this handy guide, so read on for what you need to be the best representative your organization can have.
Mahihirapan kang ipasa ang mga job application mo kung sangkaterba sila. At narito ang mga dahilan kung bakit.