Many employers today are using email to communicate with job candidates and to set up an interview, or to get a better understanding of how well a candidate will fit within a certain job description. If you are using email to contact potential employers, there are certain rules that you should follow to ensure that you are sending the right message. Here are a few things to look out for when emailing potential employers.
Regardless of their size, all companies benefit from a high level of morale around the workplace. As an employer, it’s essential to realize that your employees are the backbone of the company, and when they take pride in where they work, they are, in turn, helping to promote the company’s efforts and positioning it as an attractive working environment.
If youâ€™ve just landed your first real job, congratulations! No, really. Youâ€™re one of the very few people out there who are able to kick start your career, so youâ€™ve made a real achievement. However, simply getting a job is only half of the challenge. With companies so focused on balance sheets and keeping in the black, you will need to prove your worth as an employee in order to make sure you keep that job.
It always surprises me to see the number of people that base their career decisions based upon outdated/inaccurate logic. Should you find yourself making career plans, it’s important to arm yourself with career advice that is both logical and up to date. In particular, you should avoid becoming one of the many victims of the following five popular career myths.
Asking for a raise is probably one of the most awkward things any of us has to do as part of our working lives. However, it is something that we all have to do at least occasionally, so itâ€™s definitely worth being prepared for when the time comes. Read on for some top tips on how you can go about getting that raise.