You secured the job of your dreams. You know your role and the company’s expectations. You’re ready! Or, so you think.
You still need to figure out workplace etiquette, including those unwritten rules that exist in every company.
When it comes to searching for a job, a great deal importance is placed on making a good first impression. First impressions matter. For hiring managers who can only spend a small amount time with each candidate, the first impression you make is likely all they’ll remember. That’s why you have be sure that whether your first impression is conveyed online, through your resume, or in an interview, you prepare to be at your best.
Today, more than ever before, a job has become a transitory thing. After all, a volatile economy has changed they way we think about our career and our future.
So does that mean loyalty is a thing of the past?
Are you taking full advantage of the mentorship opportunities available to you?
“Mentorship” is one of the most common phrases in career development. But what, exactly, does it mean? What is a mentor and how do you find one?
Are you hoping that your new year includes a new job? Well, the first month of 2018 has flown by, and by now, many of your new year’s resolutions have fallen by the wayside. But you can’t abandon your career goals so soon. Whether you’re looking for a new job or your first job, 2018 could very well be your year. The job market is growing. Employers are placing you in the driver’s seat. It’s time to slip behind the wheel and rev up your 2018 job search.
Join us for our #InternPro Chat, this Monday evening, January 22nd, as we discuss toxic workplaces and how we might go about instigating change. Believe it or not, there are people in the world who enjoy going to work. They find their job challenging, fulfilling, and worthwhile. You deserve to feel that way too, either at your current job or somewhere else.