How to Negotiate a Better Salary
There are two things you need to negotiate a better salary, communication and knowledge. Follow these eight salary negotiation tips and you will be that much closer to earning a salary you deserve!Stay Employed and Let Those Security Camera Systems Speak For You
In the workplace, people detest the idea of electronic invisible eyes spying on them. That shouldn’t be the case if you want the boss to know you’re committed to your job. How do you use those security camera systems to your advantage?Managing Time While Preparing to Crack IAS Paper
For those preparing for IAS, cracking IAS paper seems to be tough, but over here, we are discussing some tips that will make their way easier and support them to reach the pinnacle of success. With the over-accelerating competition in the arena of education, students need to understand that they are perpetually busy but it does not necessarily mean that they make optimum utilization of their time. And therefore students today are in great requirement of managing their time effectively.Career Coach – Do You Really Need One?
Are your ready for your next job or career? In 2008, the U.S. Department of Labour published a study entitled, “Number of Jobs Held, Labour Market Activity, and Earnings Growth among Youngest Baby Boomers.” This study indicated that younger baby boomers held an average of 10.5 jobs from the ages of 18-40.You’ve Lost Your Job – Now What?
Losing your job isn’t the end of the world – it just feels like it when it happens. Making the right choices in the days and weeks after your job loss could make all the difference in how well you survive it.How to Join the Army
A career with the British Army is both rewarding and satisfying and one of the most sort after careers. Like many other of the other armed forces a career in the army offers a stable and secure job especially in these times of financial downturn. Just like the navy, and in fact many other services such as the police service or the service these are always in demand and as a result offer a very desirable career.Acknowledging Your Destiny
Some people believe that we were put here for a purpose. Perhaps that is true, perhaps not. But the fact remains that we are all good at something. Sometimes in the course of our day-to-day existence we neglect to acknowledge of what our gifts really are. Occasionally at work we may see a little glimmer of our true genius and potential.Career Advice For College Leavers – Kickstart Your Career Despite the Economy
If you have recently left college or are leaving this year, what can you do to improve your chances of getting a head start in your career? Planning your career is particularly important in the present climate and this will involve some serious thought as well as background research. In addition, you will need to be willing to take a take a step back and review your situation within the context of the overall economy.MBAs in the Internet Industry – Part 2
In the first post of this article “Reasons for an MBA graduate to go into the Internet industry… Are there any?” I discussed mainly the current difficulties and drawbacks that exist today for an MBA Graduate that chooses to go into the Internet Industry.Humility Can Be a Money Maker
What is humility in marketing? There is a time for everything.The Platinum Years
Let’s talk about the commitment first. Far too many people sit back and complain about the state of the economy-and of their finances-without doing anything about it. But realistically, they might just as well complain about the shape of the moon, because there really is nothing that can be done. When it comes to global finance, the only thing we can control is our little piece of it.Identifying High Level Stakeholders For Business Requirements
The Business Requirements Document is a very important artifact in the Requirements Process. Before gathering user and software requirements, a business analyst should gain an understanding of the high level business objectives and goals of the organization by gathering business requirements. Business requirements are obtained from high level stakeholders such as the project sponsor and company executives and managers.