Breaking up is hard. Especially when “breaking up” means declining a job offer that you’ve worked hard to get. You know it’s even harder on? The hiring manager. They went through the tedious process of selecting, screening, and finalizing candidates. That being said some candidates have zero clue as to how to turn down a ... more
One of the biggest challenges that fresh graduates face is finding the right type of job. Many employers actively recruit fresh graduates because they know they’ll be a great asset to the company in the future. We often find several of these companies partnering up with local schools so as to hire the best and
You crushed your internship – nice work, by the way! – so much that your company has offered you a full-time job. For the first time in your life, you have a salary in front of you, benefits and a fancy professional title to append to your resume. No reason to turn down the offer,
How to dress for an interview? Discover which outfit goes best based on the type of organisation you are going to interview for.
Job interviews are a big investment of your time. You researched the company and role, scoured your resume for the perfect talking points to match you to the position and cleared your schedule to meet with the hiring manager. But your interviewers made a time investment in meeting with you, too, and if you
Please, by all means, try to avoid these resume mistakes in yours.
Ever had that “Don’t talk to me until I have my coffee” moment? With more and more of us getting less and less sleep, it’s tempting to reach for a can of Red Bull or an espresso when we feel sleepy at work. That desire for caffeine whenever we feel sleepy is something we all
Millennials have quickly become an integral part of today’s job market and they are likely to be the ones sitting in senior level roles in the future and leading the organization. Due to the phenonium of The Millennial Job Hop, older employees and organization do not look kindly on the millennials. Instead of letting your
Continued from part 1. No contacts You might have studied your brains out in school and gotten the perfect 4.0 GPA, but the hard truth is that you could well end up in an entry level job while that student who sits behind you with a 3.0 GPA, works in a better position.