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How To Prepare For a Job Interview

Contrary to popular belief, job interviews are not the stuff of nightmares. Most people and new graduates may imagine job interviews to be hellish combinations of sweating under their collars, being stumped with every other question, and realizing way too late that they have something in their teeth. Yes, all of this could happen. This horrific scenario will definitely be you on your next job interview – if you’re unprepared. We’ve listed a few things you can do to make sure the scenari

Your Guide To Setting Boundaries At Work

Hopefully, the words you don’t end up saying during your final moments on Earth are, "If only I had spent more time at the office.” That would be a unique case, if any, to say the least. What is not unique, however, are the many instances where employees have forgotten to draw the line between their life and work. Establishing a clear boundary between the two starts by setting boundaries, according to an article by Human Workplace CEO and Founder Liz Ryan: [https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/2014110

9 Things To Do Once You Land The Job

Congratulations! You landed the job. After what may have been months of rigorous searching [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/how-to-stay-positive-during-the-job-hunt/] , you’ve finally found a place where you can settle in and get to work. Keeping the job and doing well though? That’s a completely different story. In most companies, the first six months is crucial. It’s a time when employers and supervisors look closely at your productivity, your work habits and your attitude, and as

Staying At Your Current Job Will Make You Earn Less

Is the grass really greener on the other side of the fence or where you water it? An article by Cameron Keng examines this question from a financial (read: employee wages) perspective [http://www.forbes.com/sites/cameronkeng/2014/06/22/employees-that-stay-in-companies-longer-than-2-years-get-paid-50-less/] . Dear reader, if you’re having change-of-scenery plans in your work life, here is another point to ponder. The article in 140 characters or less: Switching employment addresses is a sure-fire

How To Prepare For a Job Interview

Contrary to popular belief, job interviews are not the stuff of nightmares. Most people and new graduates may imagine job interviews to be hellish combinations of sweating under their collars, being stumped with every other question, and realizing way too late that they have something in their teeth. Yes, all of this could happen. This horrific scenario will definitely be you on your next job interview – if you’re unprepared. We’ve listed a few things you can do to make sure the scenari

Your Guide To Setting Boundaries At Work

Hopefully, the words you don’t end up saying during your final moments on Earth are, "If only I had spent more time at the office.” That would be a unique case, if any, to say the least. What is not unique, however, are the many instances where employees have forgotten to draw the line between their life and work. Establishing a clear boundary between the two starts by setting boundaries, according to an article by Human Workplace CEO and Founder Liz Ryan: [https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/2014110

9 Things To Do Once You Land The Job

Congratulations! You landed the job. After what may have been months of rigorous searching [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/how-to-stay-positive-during-the-job-hunt/] , you’ve finally found a place where you can settle in and get to work. Keeping the job and doing well though? That’s a completely different story. In most companies, the first six months is crucial. It’s a time when employers and supervisors look closely at your productivity, your work habits and your attitude, and as

Staying At Your Current Job Will Make You Earn Less

Is the grass really greener on the other side of the fence or where you water it? An article by Cameron Keng examines this question from a financial (read: employee wages) perspective [http://www.forbes.com/sites/cameronkeng/2014/06/22/employees-that-stay-in-companies-longer-than-2-years-get-paid-50-less/] . Dear reader, if you’re having change-of-scenery plans in your work life, here is another point to ponder. The article in 140 characters or less: Switching employment addresses is a sure-fire

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