You’ve received an exciting offer from a great company. You can’t wait to take this positive step in your career and take on your next challenge. The only thing standing in your way? Resigning at your current employer.
With the end of the year fast approaching, supermarket aisles are already brimming with holiday decorations and festive treats. While most people are dreaming of spending a few relaxing days with friends and family, the wise employee recognizes their opportunity to get the raise they are looking for – and maybe even a solid end-of-the-year bonus as well.
No, Job Sabotage isn’t your coworker putting your stapler in Jell-o or getting you blamed for something they did. It’s actually the way we sabotage ourselves when looking for a new job. There are a million ways we can unintentionally sabotage ourselves while on the hunt for a job, preventing us from getting the job we really, really want. If you’re looking to make your next move, here are a few tips to help you stop sabotaging and start rocketing into an awesome new job.
Searching for a new job? You might be surprised to learn that many “facts” of job hunting are actually not true. Don’t let these myths keep you from your next great job opportunity.
If you’re like most job seekers, you have your LinkedIn profile on your resume. With resumes being so one-dimensional, a LinkedIn profile showing your recommendations, skills, and experience in a more interactive way can be a great way to get those interviews.