Before you take that job, examine the culture A big part of a successful match between you and a company is identifying cultural fit. Some cultural characteristics include how they value work/life issues, whether they are team-oriented or star-oriented, whether there’s a chain of command or an open-door policy.
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The Importance of Body Language in Interviews So you’re not stoned and you’ve made the effort to comb your hair. Good work! Your appearance certainly says a lot about you, but your body language can still let you down. Research has shown that a first impression is based 7% on the spoken word, 38% on […]
Interview Questions you will need to answer before you start interviewing. 1) Tell me about yourself? 2) What are your strengths? 3) What are your weaknesses? 4) Why do you want this job? 5) Who was your favorite manager and why? 6) Where would you like to be in your career in five years from […]
Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed out, confused and a little bit schizophrenic regarding your resume? Most of my clients feel this way. Well you might not want to be writing and submitting 5-7 different resumes with your name on it to multiple jobs. Most people think that they have to write many different versions of their resumes […]
Hello again, I often wonder how people think that they can give career advice when they haven’t had a job in over 30 years, or have been retired for the last 10 years, and/or have been in the same job for the last 10-20 years. Don’t get me wrong, listening to your family is always a […]