LinkedIn is now one of the foremost platforms you can use to get and give business related information, find jobs or candidates and network However, like everything else, LinkedIn has its own etiquette and ethics, and these are some of the most common faux pas that you should avoid.
Job interviews are stressful and can get the best of us.. There are many things that can help calm you for that dreaded D-day, but preparing for the kind of things you could be asked, imagining possible scenarios and then rehearsing how you will respond could be a very relaxing thing for you.
While the importance of social networking is undeniable, statistics by Harvard Business School claim that from 65 to 85 percent of all jobs are gotten through face to face networking, or because someone knows someone else. US News gives some valuable tips to make contacts that might help you land a job.
Loving your work is one of the best things you can do, because it means your life is dynamic and fun, even the work part. But there is a fine line between enjoying what you do and being obsessed with it.
Sometimes, without being aware of the fact that you have this bad habit, you see things happening at work and start thinking you are going to get fired. It may sound absurd but it is a perfectly normal feeling to have, and there are ways to get it under control, according to The Muse.
It is not uncommon for employees to feel like they’re underpaid, or that they are worth more than their current salary. However, money is a sensitive subject and as such there are conventions in place, Hays explains, that make the process less awkward.