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In an increasingly competitive business world, networking reigns
supreme as a tool for career advancement. Every person you meet
today could be considered a potential connection. If you’re a
college student or entry-level job seeker, the phrase
“it’s all about who you know” is more
true than ever, making networking one of the most important skills
you can acquire.
This article was written by Allison Lackey, a guest
contributor featured on Brad Karsh's blog at www.jbtrainingsolutions.com.
Given this wavering economy, hiring the best employees has never
been more important. Companies do not have time for interviewing
and training multiple times in search for the perfect new hire.
Here are ten tips to ensure that you are hiring the best, the first
What’s the key to being a positive worker?
Well, it’s a combination of finding meaning in your work and
having the ability to turn negative situations into positive
outcomes. Even if you have a job that’s very challenging and
tests your positive attitude, it’s important to focus on ways
to be a happy and productive Millennial worker.
Here are 12 tips for increasing your pos...
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My performance review is coming up in a few weeks and I would
like to ask you a question about something that has me ill at ease.
Last week my boss asked me if I would fill out a ‘self
assessment," which is basically filling out my own performance
review. I have never done this before and I'm not sure what I
What is the purpose? Isn't my supervisor supposed to be doing ...
Have you ever been asked to describe your ideal work
environment? What do they want to hear? What if I describe
something that they cannot provide? Isn't this a no-win
As I have indicated in prior "gut wrenchers" articles, when in
doubt, tell the truth. What a concept! Actually, that is what you
should do. The reason so many people find questions like these so
difficult is because they d...
Negotiation is a give-and-take process until an eventual
agreement is reached between two or more parties. To understand the
art of negotiation, a jobseeker must understand that it is a give
process as much as it is a receiving process. Look at the
proposition from the side of your employer. When faced with such a
proposition, your superior will ask himself the reasons you're
deserving of more and...
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Let's face it, winter arrived early this year, and if you're
unemployed, it can be hard to keep your motivation up. So, here are
some tips to get you through the doldrums of winter:
Take care of yourself
Eat healthy, drink plenty of water, get a good night's rest,
etc. This is common sense, but these basic needs are the foundation
Part of taking care of yourse...
I have worked for my company for ten years andI have
been the Office Manager for almost two. I recently got a new
General Manager, who has been making accusations on my payroll
procedures.Quote: "You know, if you are caught fudging
numbers you will be terminated," unquote.
Also he has made the statement that in his last job they
had an Administratorwho done...
If you are thinking about starting your business, you should ask
yourself if you are like Katie Klindt, or not.
Let me introduce her to you.
Katie works here at JobDig in our operations area. She is a young
woman from Fargo who makes sure that the ads placed by employers
get into the right spot in the paper, checks for
accuracyâ€¦she is ultimately our