Although many dissatisfied employees often hope that an opportunity will come knocking, most job offers happen because of the energy you put into your search.
Tears can undermine your competency and have a negative impact on promotability, performance reviews and your credibility with colleagues and/or supervisors. Leadership may equate crying with vulnerability or weakness and anyone looking to advance needs to keep this in mind when emotions start to surface.
You had a great interview and you’re waiting for the job offer. Your prospective employer calls and says, “we just need to check references.” How do you feel?
Positive, happy people attract other successful and similarly happy people. They make others want to work for them, produce for them and grow…
Price-sensitive companies are sticking tight to budgets, but keeping their wish lists high. They want to hire the qualified candidate who can offer them the best return on their investment and are flexing their pocketbooks with less frequency than they did in years past. They want great talent, but at bargain prices.