Your Road To Success
What is your idea of success? It all depends on what you do and what you want at the moment.
To most of us, being successful means achieving something.
And it can be anything. Some of the major influences that determine the definition of success for a person are their profession and current needs within that … Read more
A Look At The Second-in-Command Leaders At 25 Of The Most Iconic American Companies
When it comes to leading a business, CEOs often get a bulk of the credit for leading their companies to success. It can be easy to credit the work of Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Tim Cook for the success of their respective companies. These leaders … Read more
Quick Prep Interview Guide
Being a job seeker is difficult as you have worries about finding a job position that can satisfy your needs. Once your resume is sent to a potential employer, you start thinking about getting an invitation for an interview as it’s a good sign for getting a job. However, being invited for a job interview doesn’t … Read more
Good Old Days of Student Life
Ask any student and he will never complain as to the life he spent as a student, no matter how tough it was. In comparison to routine life, often time you will recall back the days you had when you were in school/college/university.
People who have gone through student life, particularly in college, will … Read more
Branding on Linkedin
LinkedIn is a good avenue to for a person who is looking to create a professional brand online. But with over 300 million users, mostly professionals and recruiters, it’s important that a person creates his brand in a way that it will be more noticeable.
Creating an online professional brand in LinkedIn that will be noticeable is
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Negotiating a Pay Raise
Earning a promotion is a wonderful feeling, and the confidence it brings can find you – quite rightly – asking for a salary rise to match your increased responsibilities. Your boss may see things another way, however, and rather than charging in with a list of demands and expectations, it is advisable to enter into negotiations … Read more
Include These Things On Your Resume
Figuring out what to include on your resume may feel as though it involves a level of mind-reading. You want to make sure you get the job, so you’re trying to figure out what the hiring manager wants to see. While you need to pay attention to the specifics of the job and the … Read more
Are you interested in financial issues? Do you have the ability to appease disgruntled customers? Are you ready to work for a large corporation?
If so, you might be interested in a job as a chargeback analyst.
Wait…What is a Chargeback?
Before you can figure out if you’re cut out for a job as a chargeback analyst, you must first … Read more
The Boston agency posted this job listing online for a “director of operations” position at a company called Rehtom Inc.
The requirements sounded nothing short of brutal:
- Standing up almost all the time
- Constantly exerting yourself
- Working from 135 to unlimited hours per week
- Degrees in medicine, finance and culinary arts necessary
- No vacations
- The work load goes up on
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How to Be a Good Reference for Job Seekers
Are references really that important when it comes to job hunting? The answer, it seems, is yes.
Alison Doyle (a writer for About.com – Job Searching) cites a survey by the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), which revealed that eight out of ten HR people check references for professional, executive, … Read more