Social Networking Can Damage Your Job Search If You Let It
Social networking sites are fun and can be a huge asset to your job hunt. Sites like LinkedIn are designed for professional networking can be a very important part of your job search strategy. In fact, the follow up to this article will outline exactly how helpful sites like LinkedIn can be in a job hunt and how to take full advantage of them. But what about the rest of the social networking stratosphere? What about sites like MySpace and Facebook to name just two out of the many that are out there.Do You Talk Yourself Out of Business?
Young women have developed a skeptical tone to their voice in recent times. Have you noticed? Perhaps you haven’t identified it as such, but listen carefully and you will notice a weird phenomena going on with young girls and young women.Seven Reasons Why Career Coaching is NOT For Sissies
Career coaching requires an investment of time, money and genuine effort. It is not a process for the weak, timid, or uncommitted – career coaching is for women who know what they want and are not ashamed to go after it. Do you have what it takes?Hong Kong – Cultural Scenario and Work Ethics
Are you planning to shift to Hong Kong? Will you be able to adjust to the unique work culture within the framework of the traditional frameworks? read on to get the clear picture and learn more about the country, its ethos and culture of Hong Kong.Cal Jobs and Private Employer Jobs in California
Cal jobs abound. There is a huge choice of jobs in California. In this article we seek to give you some statistics on the private company employers, and recommend some resources for the hot job hunter.Getting the Most From Onsite Computer Training
While many people need more training on computer programs they just don’t have the time to do it. Training takes away from time at work, time at school, or time with the family and a lot of people just don’t want to give up that time.Is it Time to Panic? NEVER!
Find out how you cab make yourself an asset rather than a liability to your employer. Step up and become a problem solver.Dress For Success – How Dressing in Suits and a Necktie Gets You Promoted Before Your Peers
Impressions are made in the first few seconds of meeting someone. Knowing how to dress in a way to portrays professionalism and competence is one key element many men overlook when dressing for work. This article will tell you the basics and help you dress for success.Your Employed But Are You Doing Your Part?
Let’s face it. This is a bad year for the employed. Go to work and demonstrate that you are a team player; that you believe that some day your company will be back on its feet and you will be there when it happens.What If I Only Want to Do the Least Amount of Salary Negotiating Possible?
Do you need to negotiate your salary and hate confrontational encounters? Saying very little can often get you the raise you want! Here are passive techniques that can pay you big dollars.Professional Bartending School
Learning to bartend can be extremely difficult. But there are many systems out there that can greatly help you.The Day Before Signing the Contract
The new-born manager looks back on his past (experience) before he addresses this new step in his career. His professional career was in this type of business he knows very well, but now he has been asked to become a manager of the team. It’s a different kind of responsibility.