Perhaps you’ve worked the same job for what seems like ages and you aren’t happy anymore.
Slow down, and take time to look at your situation more in-depth. Then ask yourself these important questions as you conduct your job search and interview.
If you find yourself at a new job or internship and face an unfamiliar office environment, rely on the workplace mantra below to survive those first awkward weeks.
After all, a new job is a new beginning and also an opportunity to grow and be the best you can be…
At certain key moments in your career, you need to display confidence in yourself and your abilities. Introverts might find that difficult. That’s why we’ve offered our advice to help introverts show confidence in in everything from networking to job interviews. But what happens when all of that is behind you. You landed the job! Now it’s time to face one of the most stressful situations of all… the first day.
Coming up on the conclusion of my first 30 days at Simply Hired, I can already tell one thing: those 30 days matter… a lot!
Here are a few suggestions to kick-start your next job and the next step in your career…
So few good jobs and internships available. And so much competition.
So how do you stand out? How do you know you’re doing everything possible to win this all-important competition?
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…