When you quit, and chances are that sometime in your life you will have to, don’t be the story your ex-colleagues tell around the office cooler. Monster helps you stay professional and graceful as you make your exit.
Social networking sites have a vital role in today’s networking world. Not only do they help you maintain connections with people too far away to meet face to face, they can also be a lot less stressed (and a lot more planned) than physical connection.
Are you the kind of person who can’t stop making work calls even while on the beach, and who takes their laptop everywhere? The truth is, for those of us who care even a little bit about work, vacations are just stressful.
Good work relations are imperative, and making enemies is never wise. That being said, do not forget that some people will not go down alone but take you down with them should you be within grasping reach. Monster helps you identify some more people at work you should avoid.
While it is true that your work relationships should be good enough to ask for favors when you need them, there are some characters that will only bring you and the quality of your work down. They’re reckless, and they will take you down with them. Monster helps you identify them.
You would be surprised at the percentage of smart, qualified job seekers that get sabotaged by common cover letter mistakes. After all, the stakes are high, and not everyone is a great writer. Monster tells you some common pitfalls you have to avoid to make sure you increase your chances of landing that job interview.
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.