The pandemic has caused a significant number of employees at all levels to question their careers, jobs and direction. There are no easy answers to what the future will bring. There is, however, a need to reappraise what’s important, what kinds of alternative there are, and what to do in order to optimize the opportunities… Continue reading TIME TO REEVALUATE?
Currently, there’s a great deal of turmoil in the workforce. There are 1.7 open jobs for every unemployed worker (July). There are major questions between employers and employees that need to be answered: Questions of performance expectations, work locations, management styles, time management, compensation and standards to be maintained. The gap between employers and employees… Continue reading QUESTIONS OF CULTURE
Searching, preparing for, and finding a better job is not quick, easy or effortless. It takes an effective strategy and determination. A recent client told me he sent out 5 or 6 resumes, got 3 interviews and accepted a higher paying job. His friends sent out hundreds of resumes without much luck. The difference? A… Continue reading LAND THE RIGHT JOB!
How do you make your current job more attractive? What do you want in your next job? Companies are trying to make the workplace more attractive in order to find and keep high performing employees. Other than pay and benefits, what are employees looking for in the work place? These are the items from the… Continue reading WHAT EMPLOYEES WANT
What does your resume have to look like to be the best of the lot? Some criteria: Content versus format – Make sure the content of your resume is the central focus rather than decorative elements, unusual format or unfamiliar fonts. Anything that detracts from your content will take away the value of your experiences. … Continue reading A SUPERIOR RESUME