ARTICLES, BLOGS & VIDEOS

The latest news, trends and information to help you with your recruiting efforts.

Posted August 27, 2014 by

8 Effective Ways To Handle Failure At Work!

Young, female office worker suffering from headache or stress

Young, female office worker suffering from headache or stress. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Who hasn’t heard ‘I want this done today!’ from their employer at least once in a day, or at least a lifetime? There is not a single employee who does not feel under pressure with the tight deadlines, hectic work schedules, low salaries or no work-bonuses etc. Be it a fresh graduate or an experienced employee, facing failures at the workplace is normal. But what matters the most is the ability to deal with the stress in the most civilised manner.

Take a look at the following ways to deal with criticisms and failures at workplace without going insane: (more…)

Posted June 02, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Is Entrepreneurship Your Entry Level Job? 3 Things You Need to Know

If you are a young professional with an entry level job as an entrepreneur, the following post has three things you need to know.

Entrepreneurship isn’t easy — but if you commit to understanding your customers and leveraging new technologies, it could be your first and last “job.” Growing up, most of us still believe in the American Dream – that by getting a college education and building up our resumes with internships and relevant professional skills, we’ll

View original post here:

Continue Reading

Posted November 15, 2013 by

Do You Consider Customer Service to be an Entry Level Job?

While some people in the customer service arena might consider there position to be an entry level job, the following post makes the case that it is much more.

Laurie has developed and delivered professional training programs within our company to the highest standard. She has taken our in house programs and utilizing new technologies has developed the next generation of…

Read More –

Continue Reading

Posted October 02, 2013 by

Feeling Comfortable in Your Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur? 7 Reasons to be Concerned about Your Business

If you have had some success on your entry level job as an entrepreneur, you should be excited, yet cautious.  The following post shares seven reasons to be concerned about your business.

Miller Ingenuity CEO Steve Blue shares the 7 silent business killers and what you need to do to get your business back in good health. High blood pressure is a silent killer. Combined with other risk factors it can lead to death. Similarly, in business, there are 7 silent business killers that if combined,

This article is from:

Continue Reading

Posted September 17, 2013 by

Are You an Entry Level Job Seeker Who Wants to Get Noticed? 4 Techniques for Your LinkedIn Profile

As an entry level job seeker who has created a LinkedIn profile, you’re hoping potential employers will take notice.  Consider using four techniques in the following post that could make a difference in your job search.

If you were to Google yourself right now, what would you find? Your LinkedIn profile is probably one of the first search results you’d see. If the thought of new customers, business associates or recruiters finding your profile has you cringing, it’s time for a little TLC. Here’s the good news

See original article here –

Continue Reading