For many young professionals, finding the right combination of happiness and success often comes down to finding a company with the right culture for you.
And most certainly: company culture is a hot topic among both companies and individuals… but it can be difficult to define.
More than 58% of millennial employees say “yes” rather than question authority, according to LinkedIn’s 2015 New Norms @Work study of more than 15,000 workers.
Makes sense, right? When you’re the new kid on the block, your first priority is to learn what’s going on and earn the trust and respect of your colleagues…
Here’s something the only the best at personal branding know and do: sharing your own ideas or great idea from others is a great long-term strategy for online visibility!
And the best part: you don’t have to spend every waking moment glued to social media in order to see great results!
For many hiring managers or resume screeners, your cover letter explains which job you are interested in and more importantly WHY you are interested in the job and position.
By interested, I also mean qualified. Your cover letter must explain what value you are bringing to the company…
As a new college graduate, finding and landing a job isn’t easy.
You invested a lot of money and incurred a bunch of debt to make yourself look employable, so – several weeks after graduation – why don’t you yet have an offer? Are you unemployable?
You’ve been invited back for your second or third interview and you want to really “Wow” them. You want them to know how truly interested you are in the company – and the company!
Can creating a 30-60-90 Day plan seal the deal?