Do you need to make a job change due to the Covid-19 crisis? Is your career a dying profession? Do you find yourself dreaming about life with a new career? Does your job no longer interest you? Or does it feel like you have reached the ceiling within your work and you want new promotion and growth opportunities? The average person will change jobs somewhere about 11 times according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and it is estimated that the average person changes careers two to three times in their lifetime.
Every commercial business has its own company culture. These shared principles, policies, and values are there from the moment a new company is set up. And they’ll be there up to the time it’s dissolved. Without this trellis of collective values, it would be hard for employees to interact, share their knowledge, develop, and shape the company’s success.
You’ve sent in the most compelling cover letter. You’ve crafted the perfect resume. Your interview with the hiring manager couldn’t have gone better, and you’ve finally made it through salary negotiations. Don’t kick back and relax just yet. The first week is the time to prove yourself capable and be recognized as a self-starter. We’ve put together 5 things to help you get off to a flying start in
When it comes to looking for a new job, the search can be both incredibly exciting, and terribly overwhelming. Sometimes, even if you’ve covered all your bases—your resume is flawless, your cover letter is both sincere and professional, and you meet all the qualifications for the job—for one reason or another, you still don’t get a call back from the employer.Continue reading