Yeah that’s right; you heard me… I’m talking to you… I’m calling you out. I’m looking you in the eyes, (ok well, not really since you are probably reading this article, but figuratively, I am burning a cyclops type hole in your face right now) and telling you that you don’t stand a chance.
We’ve all had bad bosses or supervisors who drove us absolutely crazy until we found a way to deal with them. Or, they left the situation/job/career/company. Or we did. That’s a last resort, but you may get there unless the situation improves. The first step in dealing with bad bosses is to make a personal
Communication is a big part of business, but it’s especially important in freelance work. You need to be able to negotiate, solve problems, and talk about yourself and your work in a positive, flattering light. It’s a lot to handle, and your communication skills will directly affect the type of jobs you get, the connections you
This is a neat Infographic for those active job seekers. The Anatomy of a Job Interview highlights the essential pieces involved to impress your future employer. It covers the Do’s and Don’ts, Common and Not So Common questions as well as the First Impression. I hope you enjoy it!
t’s hard enough finding a job in today’s economy, but finding the right job for you can be even harder. It’s rare to find that job immediately, particularly for members of GenY facing competition for entry-level jobs. If you haven’t found that job yet, you’re probably faced with the question: Is it more important to find a
The modern workplace is a jungle, and you have to have the necessary survival skills just to get through the day, if not to “live long and prosper”, as Spock would say. Those skills include the ability to communicate, negotiate and educate.
Recruiters are modern-day Cupids. Think about it… You spend countless hours wading through profile after profile, mingling at events and sending emails to match prospects and employers. But when you find that perfect prospect, how can you ensure they’ll accept you and your company’s advances? We were wondering the same thing. So in partnership with
How many times have you picked up a magazine while waiting for an appointment and flipped through the hundreds of pages of articles? How long did it take you to decide whether or not to turn the page? Studies show that most people make this decision in less than five seconds. This is the exact same
You loved every second of your four undergraduate years. From day one, you knew this was exactly what you were meant to do for the rest of your life. You could see yourself being fulfilled by a job in this field for many years to come without losing the least bit of steam. There’s just