Are you miserable at work, feel stuck in a rut and underappreciated, and think you’re not paid what you’re worth? Then, it is probably time to be hunting for a new job. BUT, be SURE you are acting rationally and not emotionally before you quit your current job.
Here is a video from CareerHMO on “5 Things You MUST Consider Before Quitting Your Job.”
Are you someone who has trouble writing TARGETED resumes geared to specific jobs? If your answer is yes, or you just want to get some new resume ideas, keep reading.
HubSpot is making available TEN free resume templates covering these fields:
- Social Media Specialist
- SEO Specialist
- Web Production Project Manager
- E-mail Marketing Specialist
- Content Producer
- Experienced Professional Level
- Executive Level
- Manager Level
- Entry Level
To access these templates, click on the image below and complete the simple sign-up form.
CareerHMO is a career development firm. It offers a number of free resources, as well as paid career coaching. It not only offers advice for those just embarking on a career after college, it also serves those with a lot of job experience.
For example, it provides a FREE nine-video series called “ 9 Ways Seasoned Workers Can Improve Their Job Search”:
#1 – Change The Way You Look At Yourself
#2 – Ditch Outdated Job Search Tactics
#3 – What “Overqualified” Really Means
#4 – Sharpen Your Brand
#5 – Promote Your Brand Online
#6 -Tell Great Stories
#7 – Working with the Younger Generation
#8 – Consider Self Employment
#9 – Managing Salary Expectations
Click the image below to access these videos.
CareerHMO is a career development firm. It offers a number of free resources, as well as paid career coaching.
For those just embarking on a career after college, it provides a FREE four-video series called “4 Phases to Getting a Job After College”:
Video #1: Rookie Mistake New Grads Make
Video #2: Secret to Standing Out
Video #3: How to Find the Hidden Job Market
Video #4: Are You a Champion or a Quitter?
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Universum is the global leader in employer branding. Annually, it conducts student surveys to determine their ideal employers. In Part 1 of our two posts on these surveys, U.S. undergraduate and MBA business student surveys were highlighted. In Part 2, global/foreign students will be highlighted.
The 2015 Universum World’s Most Attractive Employers– Business results are based on the responses of thousands of undergraduate and graduate students around the world.
First, take a look at the top 25 desirable employers as rated by business students around the world. Click the image to read more.
Now, click the links to access Universum’s listing of the most ideal employers for business students in many countries around the world. These rankings are not separated by undergraduate/graduate.
Universum is the global leader in employer branding. Annually, it conducts student surveys to determine their ideal employers. In Part 1 of our two posts on these surveys, U.S. undergraduate and MBA business student surveys are highlighted. In Part 2, global/foreign students will be highlighted.
The 2015 Universum U.S. Undergraduate Student Survey results are based on the responses of thousands of undergraduate students: “This list represents this year’s Ideal Employers for U.S. business students. Students choose an unlimited number of employers they would consider working for from a list of 230. From their ‘considered’ employers they choose their top five ‘Ideal’ employers. The Ideal Employer Rankings represent the companies with the most ‘Ideal’ votes.”
Click the image to access the listing of the 100 most ideal employers according to U.S. undergraduate business students.
The 2015 Universum U.S. MBA Student Survey results “are based on the responses of more than 1,300 MBA candidates. The rankings represent the employers most selected as Ideal by student respondents.”
Here are the top ten desired employers by U.S. MBA students.
Employees who interface with consumers can have a tremendous impact on the customer experience and customer satisfaction, which even giant firms such as Google have learned. Therefore, employee morale is quite important.
As Jeff Fermin reports for Officevibe:
“When you go into work, how often are you being given advice or feedback from your management? The tayloristic [old-fashioned] approach is to give employees the task and expect them to succeed. They do the same thing over and over and the paycheck is the reward. No questions asked. However, we have advanced in workplaces since the early 1900’s. Labor and productivity has increased, but unfortunately, happiness and communication between management and employees, has been on the decline, till now.”
“HR managers are [now] using advanced metrics and data to better their office [work environment]. HR Analytics has been a new craze that people are using in order to get better feedback from their employees. But before we can improve, we have to look at what’s wrong. So here are some important statistics on employee feedback.”