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Find Work Abroad And See The World Today  by: Chase Crawford
Do you want to see different places, experience different cultures, and mingle with different people? Then you certainly would like to travel the world. But there is a problem and that is when your..
Dream Job - A Reality Check  by: Nayna Chakrabarty
In life the quest for the perfect career is a challenging experience. This is a dream almost all of us have in common. To quantify this success, we need to have clarity of thought and persistence in..
Five Reasons For Having Administrative Meetings  by: Kenny Leones
For a company to survive the current economic challenges, administrative meetings are important tools to check if the company is prepared to tackle all the possible problems that will occur during..
Tips on Getting a Job After Graduation  by: Paul Selibio
Because searching for your dream job after you have graduated can be overwhelming, here are guidelines on where to look: WHERE (1) Research.¬ After graduation, take the time to investigate industry..
How to Be Taken More Seriously at Work  by: Tony Jacowski
First of all, question why people tend to ignore you. Or why you are not able to attract others' attention as easily or as much as you would have wanted. Is it simply that you want all the attention..
How to Build Your References  by: Tony Jacowski
Most often, jobseekers spend a lot of their time writing the perfect resume and cover letters and conducting research while preparing for personal interviews. The most important part of a job search..
Influencing People - Part 1: What Happens When We Get It Wrong?  by: Alexandra Sleator
When it comes to persuasion, the reason we fail to influence others is because we assume they are like us. With this mindset, we prepare our remarks, our presentations, our memos, our proposals to..
The Looking for a Job Monster - How to Beat It  by: Teresa Chesley
Looking for a job? Whether you are chaging careers, been fired or let go, a victum of downsizing, whatever, looking for a job can be a daunting task. Where do you begin? First, decide if you want to..
On Becoming Invaluable - A Game Of Inches  by: Jack K.
The central message of “Acres of Diamond” is for one to find meaning and opportunity where one is, rather than to seek it elsewhere. Russell Conwell illustrated this message by telling a story of..
How to Survive Being Laid Off From Your Job  by: Marsha Phillips
Laid off, downsized - whatever word you call it, losing your job is arguably one of the most traumatic events that can occur in one's life. Unfortunately, it has become quite commonplace in today's..
Work At Home-The Big Picture  by: Christopher Ferrante
Lets talk alittle bit about the big picture to making money online. What is it? well... it can mean different things to different people, but for the most part the big picture would be what you want..
Relentless Initiative Creates Opportunities  by: JOHN VESPASIAN
If you ever spend a holiday in Egypt, don't forget to visit the place where the barrack of archaeologist Howard Carter used to stand one century ago. When you inquire about the exact location, your..
How Not To Find A Job  by: David Clemen
Job searching can be tough enough all by itself. There is no need to make it even harder by doing or saying the wrong thing when job searching or interviewing. Here's a list of what you shouldn't do...
Is There A Worse Way To Look For Job?  by: Jack K.
I read an article in today’s newspaper and came away, asking myself, "Is there worse way to look for a job?" Evidently, there was a job fair downtown yesterday. 135 companies and/or employers were..
Jobs And Over Aged Applicants  by: Maxwell Hurst
Though some employers would prefer a younger workforce, the older applicants still have a wide variety of career choices to choose from. Employers are starting to see the potential of older and..
Choosing The Right Profession  by: Gijo George
Starting with a right profession at the right time can bring you good results in the long run. The longer you stay with a profession, the more experience you will earn. But if you find your present..
Thoughts On Managing People  by: Mark Flanighan
Without people you are never going to run a large business and without the right people you are never going to own a successful one. Employing people is not like buying a piece of machinery; as they..
The Top 6 Job Search Mistakes And How to Avoid Them  by: Jason Kay
Many job seekers think that whether they land a new position is a matter of luck: it's good luck if they're hired, and it's bad luck if they're not. The truth is that what separates successful job..
Influencing People - Part 1: What Happens When We Get It Wrong?  by: Alexandra Sleator
When it comes to persuasion, the reason we fail to influence others is because we assume they are like us. With this mindset, we prepare our remarks, our presentations, our memos, our proposals to..
Conflicts In The Office: Tips For Getting Along With Your Co-workers  by: Mish Su
Ever since I joined the company two years ago. I noticed that I wasn't really that welcome in the department, at least, as far as some of my co-workers were concerned. There was a small group of..
How To Sign And Deliver Your Agreements On Your iPad  by: Ian S Lauder
Tired of lugging around stacks of paper contracts while out of the office? Wouldn't you like a better way to edit your agreements, get signatures and digitally organize your contracts? More and more..
Choosing Your Career Isn't A Life Sentence  by: Mary Gormandy White
Choosing a career is one of the most important things that you can do. You are going to spend a large portion of your waking hours engaged in the pursuit of an income, so you may as well choose a..
How To Prepare For A Telephone Interview  by: Gerard McLoughlin
It is important to prepare thoroughly for your telephone interview. Begin by studying the job description and the candidate profile. This will enable you to identify the company's particular needs..
Handing in Your Resignation and Serving Notice  by: Gerard McLoughlin
Have you made the right choice? Before deciding to resign from your current position and move to a new employer, you should weigh up as objectively as possible all the relevant factors: remuneration,..
Shiyan City, Hubei Province, China  by: Shiyan Golden Future Foreign Language Training School
Shiyan Golden Future Foreign Language Training School is located in Shiyan City, Hubei Province, China. It was established in 2004, which provides professional and fun programs to both teenager and..
Avoiding Unfair Dismissal-10 Tips For Dealing With Difficult Bosses  by: Chris Norton
Unfair dismissal & constructive dismissal can sometimes occur when a bad boss is at work. These dismissals can become messy and involve an Employment Law solicitor or an Employment Tribunal - though..
Top Careers In Demand  by: Tony Jacowski
One of the sectors at the top of the list is the sales and marketing industry. The industry offers jobs such as marketing executives, account executives, and business development managers to mention..
How to Create a Positive Work Environment  by: Janice Davies
In any office where there's commission salesperson, there's the potential for a battlefield. However that doesn't need to happen. Strategies can be incorporated into the office environment that..
What Not to Say in the Workplace  by: Kristyn Kusek Lewis
Don’t say: “That’s not my job.” Why: If your superior asks you to do something, it is your job. Instead say: “I’m not sure that should be my priority right now.” Then have a..
Managing Your Business By Statistics  by: Jeffrey L Brown
Once your business is up and running, the next step is to put you and the business on statistics so you can keep an eye on how things are running. Just like a baseball or basketball player, if you do..
When and How to Say "I Just Can't Do It!"  by: Bonnie Lowe
We naturally hesitate to tell our boss when we can't do something or are feeling overwhelmed in our job. Bosses don't want to hear that, right? Well, it depends. In many situations, your boss is so..
Sample Letter Of Resignation  by: Derek Todom
Looking for a Sample Letter Of Resignation? Has the time came for you to take that job and put it right out the door? Are you so tired your going to walk into your bosses office and give him a piece..
Advice on Picking and Developing a Career  by: J Stone
Have you wondered why it seems some people are so successful in their career and others are not? This is true, since most people who are unsuccessful in their career give up their hopes and dreams...
Career Choice For High Earners  by: Denise Taylor
A recent survey of 2,500 lawyers has found that despite their high pay there is widespread unhappiness at the poor work-life balance and 1 in 4 lawyers want to leave the profession because of stress...
Ready To Work At Home?  by: Ales Orlic
If you are ready to work at home, the first step is to not to quit your current job yet. Unless you don't have a job, and then you are ready to begin. Many people would love to find the perfect work..
Expecting the Unexpected When Unemployed  by: James L Adams
So you have worked for a firm for 10 years or more, abiding by every condition it had set-forth for a decade or so, now a pink-slip is in your hand, "What to expect next?" Personal pride and..
Dos And Don’ts For Jobseekers  by: Denis Glover
When looking for a job you can take advantage of many methods: either you turn to your friends’ protection, or surf the net and peruse the newspapers or finally use the services of the recruiting..
How to Ask For Feedback at Work  by: Gabriel Stiller
Getting feedback from others about your performance is a great way of improving your skills. Feedback should be constructive, timely and sincere so that you can use it to improve your performance or..
How To Prepare For A Telephone Interview  by: Gerard McLoughlin
It is important to prepare thoroughly for your telephone interview. Begin by studying the job description and the candidate profile. This will enable you to identify the company's particular needs..
Re: The Boss from Hell: Quick to Criticize, Slow to Praise  by: P
What if you've repeatedly employed all these techniques but your boss lacks self awareness and still refuses to value the 99% you do do right!!!! GRRRR!
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