I really want to know: how is your day going? Because research has proved that people who are optimistic about their jobs--and about life in general--are more likely to be productive, engaged and successful when at work.
With hundreds of applicants for every opening, recruiters and hiring
managers use phone interviews to save themselves time in the
hiring process. To get an in-person interview, you have to start by
acing the phone screen. Here are four tips to get you through
this first round.
Is your career stalled? Or have you had to start fresh in
a new job or industry? Iâ€™m here to tell you, you can make
it work-â€”by rebranding yourself!
Check out this article to find out how to set yourself up as
an authority on your product or service of choice. Go ahead and put
your brand on it!
How long has it been since you've been on the job hunt? Times--and
the rules--have changed, and while they say it's easier to find a
job when you have a job, you can still sabotage your own chances if
you don't do it right.
Work should be more than a paycheck. If you're not enjoying what
you do--or getting the recognition you deserve, it's time to
do something about it.
This article will help you figure out what's wrong, and it will
show you what you can do about it.
The newest social network on the block is a burgeoning space for
job seekers to expand their search methods. While its membership
numbers are still dwarfed by Facebook's, that's actually a good
thing--it leaves the field wide open for early adopters to
explore the career opportunities it offers.
Find out how Circles, Huddles, Sparks and Hangouts can help you
put your best foot forward, hopefully in the direction of a new
job that's right for you.
In this month's Career Club, we take a look at two job search
best practices designed to help you streamline your job
search and maximize your network.
Are you guilty of any of the "Seven Worst Communication Habits?"
These mistakes can be real career killers. They can knock you out
of contention for job opportunities, keep you from getting promotions,
and even get you fired.
So what are these deadly mistakes?
Have you ever been in a situation where you felt like you nailed the interview, said all the right things, but still didn't get the job?
Many times it can be because the company didn't see you as a good cultural fit. It's something that more and more companies are taking into account.
But there can also be a fine line between a cultural fit and discrimination. Check out this month's newsletter to find out more.
Feeling a little under the weather lately?
No, we're not asking about you, we're asking about your career.
Everyone should perform a career physical from time to time.
This month's article will show you how to assess the condition
of your career.
It's always important to keep your resume up to date, whether you
are actively looking for a job or are happy with your current job.