Archive for the ‘Career Changes’ Category
1. Job hunting. Of course you can maximize the use of social networks when you are looking for a job.… Read More
If you’ve had several jobs over a short period of time and don’t provide an explanation to those address those changes, you will be perceived as a job-hopper by recruiters and hiring managers.
Although job-hopping… Read More
1. Adjust the clock. There’s a great chance that you’ll be assigned somewhere that has a different time zone, which naturally means a shift in your time outlook. Prepare yourself for… Read More
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It’s undeniable that office attire has evolved into more casual styles through the years, but this is not always true in all work places. Dress standards may vary according to career fields or industry and for each company. While traditional office attire works well in such industries as banking and finance, law or consultancy firms and the likes; communications, advertising, entertainment and other similar fields generally advocate a more relaxed and less conservative type of dress standards. Dressing for a job interview is entirely different, though.
Before you even have the chance to utter your first word, the… Read More
Which do you prefer – an older or a younger boss? What's so good (or not so good) about having a boss who does not belong to the same generation as yours? In a nutshell, you can say that the difference in (generation) style can become an issue; what works for the boss might not work for you and vice versa. Read on and see if you agree or disagree with some points discussed below (with the assumption that you are in the mid-range age).
1. Impressing them. As an employee, you are inclined to try to impress your boss, and that's normal. If you have a younger boss, chances are there are… Read More
Are you contemplating on resigning from your current job? Leaving your job requires thorough assessment and there are things to carefully consider before finally deciding whether to resign or not. If you have finally made the decision to submit your resignation letter to the boss, several things have be done before you say goodbye to your company and take the final steps out of the office. If you’re interested to know what you should do before you resign from a company, read on.
1. Check your personal savings. This is the first, most practical… Read More