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Fresh grads, here's what you need to know on your first day at work

Hey fresh grad, congrats on getting your first job! Now that the arduous process of job hunting is over, you can now breathe a sigh of relief. Well... sort of. Your first day in your new job can either be stressful or stress-free, but it all depends on how prepared you are. The work of preparation never ends. On my first day at my first job, my boss immediately asked me to spearhead a new publication. No ifs or buts. I was lucky enough to have friendly colleagues who treated me to lunch an

Sell Well Tomorrow: The Future Landscape of Sales and Marketing

The job landscape has been changing rather quickly these past few years. Our way of life is increasingly dependent on digital technology, which upgrades and innovates seemingly every week. Now, when people ask you, “Where do you see yourself in five years?” it’s not such an easy and straight-forward question to answer. Entire industries are quickly fading in the blink of an eye. Remember video rental stores? You’ll be lucky to find a single one standing these days. In their places, new ind

'Yes boss!': Quirky bosses and how to work with them

We all hear about horror stories about terror bosses [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/top-10-horrible-bosses-2/]and their questionable work ethic. But what if you have a competent boss that's just a bit off-kilter? How do you deal with a hippie vegetarian boss or a geeky introvert who's supposed to manage you? I'm sure you have had your fair share of bosses with quirky personalities. But if not, when you do encounter these bosses, at least you know what to do.The JesterHe was the class

No Sore Losers! What to Do if You Didn't Get the Promotion

The road to the top of the corporate ladder is long and winding. If you’ve been working for a couple of years, you know what this is about. If you’re at the start of your career, you won’t see it yet, but the job hunt is just the first few steps of the rat race. You’ll be anticipating the good parts - your successes - but you might not be quite as prepared for the lows. One of the disappointments you may have to encounter in your career is being passed over for promotion. Try as we might, som

Fresh grads, here's what you need to know on your first day at work

Hey fresh grad, congrats on getting your first job! Now that the arduous process of job hunting is over, you can now breathe a sigh of relief. Well... sort of. Your first day in your new job can either be stressful or stress-free, but it all depends on how prepared you are. The work of preparation never ends. On my first day at my first job, my boss immediately asked me to spearhead a new publication. No ifs or buts. I was lucky enough to have friendly colleagues who treated me to lunch an

Sell Well Tomorrow: The Future Landscape of Sales and Marketing

The job landscape has been changing rather quickly these past few years. Our way of life is increasingly dependent on digital technology, which upgrades and innovates seemingly every week. Now, when people ask you, “Where do you see yourself in five years?” it’s not such an easy and straight-forward question to answer. Entire industries are quickly fading in the blink of an eye. Remember video rental stores? You’ll be lucky to find a single one standing these days. In their places, new ind

'Yes boss!': Quirky bosses and how to work with them

We all hear about horror stories about terror bosses [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/02/top-10-horrible-bosses-2/]and their questionable work ethic. But what if you have a competent boss that's just a bit off-kilter? How do you deal with a hippie vegetarian boss or a geeky introvert who's supposed to manage you? I'm sure you have had your fair share of bosses with quirky personalities. But if not, when you do encounter these bosses, at least you know what to do.The JesterHe was the class

No Sore Losers! What to Do if You Didn't Get the Promotion

The road to the top of the corporate ladder is long and winding. If you’ve been working for a couple of years, you know what this is about. If you’re at the start of your career, you won’t see it yet, but the job hunt is just the first few steps of the rat race. You’ll be anticipating the good parts - your successes - but you might not be quite as prepared for the lows. One of the disappointments you may have to encounter in your career is being passed over for promotion. Try as we might, som

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