Finding a job can be a difficult experience. Here are three things that you can do to increase your chances of success.
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In order to identify and land the right job, you will need to employ a variety of tactics in order to get a prospective employers attention. A well-written resume is only a part of the equation, you will need to incorporate networking as well.
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.
Negotiations happen frequently in our daily lives. We might not be aware of it, but many situations require good negotiation skills, including the simple act of buying an item from a store, talking things over to save a relationship, or planning your parent’s surprise 50th anniversary party with your siblings. We continue to develop
Wrongful termination occurs when you are fired in a way that violates public policy and may include situations where you were forced to resign (called constructive discharge). If your employer fired you, or asked you to resign, or if you quit because you felt working conditions were intolerable, you may have a case for wrongful
Building and managing effective teams is a critical skill that contributes to a leader’s success. Nowadays, working in a global workforce, teams take on a variety forms, sizes, and locations. Some are located under one roof. However, it is becoming more commonplace for team members to be located on different floors, buildings, states, time zones,
Let’s face it! A job search can be a lengthy and time-consuming process. The reward can be be your dream job which will make your efforts well worth it. But in the meantime, you need to be sure that you avoid the mistakes that can sabotage you from obtaining the results you are trying to
What is the EEO-1 Annual Survey? The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently announced that the EEO-1 Annual Survey is now open. The information collected from the EEO-1 Annual Survey includes employment data by race/ethnicity, gender and job categories. The subsequent EEO-1 Report that is produced is used by attorneys, human resources professionals, and consulting agencies