When your company has a open position and you're about to start the interviewing process of filling that position, it can be a bit nerve racking. Wanting to find the best employee for the job, someone who will mesh well with the company comradery while performing to meet if not exceed the company's expectations are all concerns you may have while speaking with each candidate. To learn three new interview strategies to help ease your new hire concerns, please read the follow link.
So you've been offered a position at a new work place, that's great! You're bound to feel a mix of emotions; excitement towards the future and where you're new career path will take you, uneasiness knowing now you have to inform your current employer that you've been job hunting and will be leaving in a couple weeks. While the conversation with your boss is never easy, you'll need to be prepared for what may happen or be said at the time of that discussion. Click on the link below to read more on how to handle a counteroffer.
Ringing in the new year calls for reflection on the year past and goal setting for the new year. One of your goals for the new year should be updating your resume. Read the following link for reasons why you should always have your resume up to date.