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.
So, you have decided to make a career change and find a new job. Suddenly you find yourself spending an innate amount of time searching job boards, talking to former colleagues, tweeting members of trade associations, networking with personal contacts and hoping that you will see the perfect job posted online, or that someone you know can suggest something terrific for you through their own circles.
Usually, a job follows a job offer, but not always.
Some unfortunate job candidates find themselves in difficult circumstances when a job offer is rescinded by a company that may only recently have extended a job offer. How can this happen?
What happens when your new job doesn’t live up to your expectations? Three days into it and you’re already dreading heading to work. Sounds like you’re a victim of new job remorse.
Sometimes your career, can throw you a curve. Like matters of the heart, there may come a time when you face rejection and lose out to someone else – We’re talking about being passed over for a promotion. This act of betrayal by an employer whom you feel you have been very loyal to, can really feel like a punch in the gut. What can you do if this happens to you?