Success in today’s organizational world rises and falls on “soft skills.” These crucial skills are not only in demand today but will be even more significant in the years to come.
Veterans have all the chances to get a position in the federal sector, as the unemployment rate is much lower for the military than that for the civilians.
If you want to find out what employees really want, I’ve just given you a top secret tip that’s worth a million dollars. Simply appreciate your employees and make them feel valuable and your employee engagement will skyrocket!
Volunteering makes your best character traits come alive – mostly because you feel good about yourself while helping others.
The key is to do your homework and articulate why your skill sets add the most value for THIS job at THIS company.
If we routinely see one value give way too easily to another in our daily lives, then our values summarily become increasingly vulnerable to compromise, and ultimately a trend of ‘unethical behavior’.
When you are not able to act on your personal values and purpose while in the workplace, you are hiding your best self.
Assume that you’re going to be the one who needs to take the first step with making new friends. It isn’t always easy and those flashbacks of trying to make friends in school often don’t help.
No matter what type of job you are applying for, it is always important to include a cover letter with your resume. Simply sending off a resume is not going to cut it, because it doesn’t tell the whole story.
There are numerous blogs discussing the art of interviewing, the do’s, the don’ts, the secrets, and so forth. While there are numerous resources (free and paid) on the internet, many people still struggle with the art of interviewing.