Your job search efforts have finally paid off! Congratulations! You received a fantastic new job offer for a great company. You are looking forward to the new challenges, responsibility, and work/life balance. But, there’s just one catch. You have to submit notice to your current employer. They may be surprised, or not. You are just not sure how they are going to react to your news.
Category Archives: Career Planning
Your supervisor is the person who will recommend you for a promotion, if the opportunity arises. For this reason and for many others, staying on good terms with them is imperative.
Discover how your personality type determines your job success and satisfaction. Find out how understanding yourself and your personality can help you choose a career that’s perfect for you.
Are you ready to start a new job search? Find more success and get more results by reading about best practices to help you get closer to your career goals.
Besides job boards, where are the other places to search for a job? Learn about some obvious but sometimes overlooked spots for you to successfully land a job.
Did you know that every jobseeker can be more successful with one effective secret weapon? It’s called the elevator pitch, and you can learn how to create one.
Finding good online sources for job listings is essential for today’s jobseeker. Read more about the best job boards and internet resources for your job search.
You’ve found a great job, it’s time to celebrate!! Go out on the town. Eat a good meal with your friends. Make a toast to your future. But don’t forget that while you’ve succeeded on the job market in the short term, you’ll have to keep your eye on the long term too. That’s right
At this point you’ve posted your resume online and even applied for a few of the positions you have seen listed. You are also scouring all of the major job boards, setting up job alerts, and continuing to diligently apply for roles that you feel are a good match with your skills and qualifications. But is
By Irene H If you’re a job seeker over 50 you may be struggling to find work. OK, let’s be completely honest here. Even though we have legislation which states employers shouldn’t discriminate against older job candidates, is this always the case? Sadly, in reality older job candidates are just not taken seriously enough.