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The waiting is killing you. It’s been 29 days since you sent your résumé to Mack, the recruiter, for a job that’s perfect for you.
This article is the result of a post I wrote recently, answering the question, “What was the best career advice you received from someone?”.
Last week one of the people I was supporting in their job search brought to my attention a job posting where the employer had specifically requested no contact.
I’ve often said that my use of LinkedIn can be classified as extreme, almost bordering on a sickness. No lie; I’m on LinkedIn every day of the year for at least half an hour a day.
When you think of mentors, you probably think of someone who advises you through school or your career. But have you thought of someone who can offer you sage advice and nurture you through your job search?
Bitterness is a personal characteristic which most people don’t find attractive in others. It’s evident in the sneer or scowl, a smirk, the tight lips set in a smile of sarcasm. Bitterness is also one of the least desired qualities for anyone in the position of choosing applicants to extend job offers to.
The biggest myth that has been circling the world of HR for a while now is to do with compensation. Research after research based on endless survey data tells us that role, quality of work and brand reputation precedes compensation when it comes to selecting a new job opportunity.
I took a new job reluctantly seven months ago. I had a feeling it was not a good place to work but I was desperate.
Video on YouTube how Microsoft uses people analytics to add value to employees and managers.