So you just graduated. Congratulations! You might be one of those individuals that are not thinking of looking for a job straight away. It’s the December holidays and all you want to do is relax and hang out with your friends and family. Or you might be one of the many that dread the whole idea
Most of us know the saying; “The HR Department is the backbone of any Company.” I would go further and state that the HR Manager is the backbone of any HR Department. Coming from an HR background myself, I have experienced first-hand the good, the bad, and the ugly of this profession. I fervently believe that
When I was still at school, I repeatedly overheard people say that “the young people of today are much too concerned about where they want to work, and in what position they feel they deserve to start off with within a Company.” I never truly understood what it meant until I joined the corporate world.
Recently there have been increases in reports in the News of individuals landing in hot water for what they posted on Social Media, specifically for being very open in displaying information about the Companies they work for. Not only were these particular individuals ridiculed for what they posted, but it also went viral on Social Media.
I wonder sometimes whether we appreciate the importance of having a professional and well-written CV. Do we really appreciate the time and resources that are required to build our career? Are we willing to invest the necessary resources to increase our chances of obtaining that perfect job? The reality is that not everyone will start…
So you’ve been hearing that voice again, the one that says you’re not doing what you were born to do. That may be true, but how do you figure out what you should be doing? To begin answering this question, examine whether your current career path matches your core interests, beliefs, values, needs and skills…
You’ve just graduated and are eager to enter the working world. Before you take off running to make the world a better place. Remember you need to get the job first. Wait! Don’t start the mass emailing of your CV just yet. Here’s a list of tips that will expedite your job search: Tip 1: Be