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Posted October 19, 2015 by

Beyond the text: Communication and Gen Z – Part three: Interacting in the workplace

Part 3 of the webinar series Beyond the text: Communication and Gen Z, “Interacting in the Workplace” explains the vital role of communication in the modern workplace and prepares college students and recent graduates to adapt from the college setting to the business environment. Part 3 of this webinar will make the process of transitioning from college to the workplace a smoother one as students and graduates understand the importance of quality communication and gain practical tips and insights. (more…)

Posted February 13, 2015 by

Is Bookkeeping the Dream Career you’ve been Looking for?

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Boris Dzhingarov

Accountants are among the few professionals who wear many hats. Consequently, a career in bookkeeping is versatile and offers very many opportunities. The primary role of a bookkeeper is to keep track of a company`s financial spending so that when it comes to preparing the financial accounts, there is an accurate trail of all transactions. Bookkeepers are the lifeline of many businesses; they help the managers keep accurate financial records that are used in decision-making. Bookkeeping is a highly regarded career in the business world; but how do you know if it is your dream job? (more…)

Posted December 29, 2014 by

From a Student to an Employee: How to handle the transition?

Anshuman Kukreti

Anshuman Kukreti

“Do not be too timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment.”- Ralph Waldo Emerson

Attending lectures, submitting projects, enduring sleepless nights during exam days, partying hard, asking for grace marks during innumerable instances and what not! Seriously, time at college was a different phase of life altogether. Having spent majority of years as a student till now, there are some changes you’ll have to adapt yourself to, while moving ahead.

Getting a job was a feat you achieved as a student. But, making a successful transition from being a student to a productive and efficient employee is the next milestone in queue. (more…)

Posted December 26, 2014 by

How to Shape a Career as a Reseller in Digital Signage Retail

A digital OPEN 24 HOURS sign with orange glow for use as a store sign or design element

A digital OPEN 24 HOURS sign with orange glow for use as a store sign or design element. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Are you yet to decide which career will be perfect for you? Some are opting for the booming field of web development while some are interested in graphic design. If you wish to take up a different profession; how about prepping up for a career as a digital signage reseller in retail? There is a huge demand of digital signage in retail business as it has several superb benefits. As a reseller you will be selling the products or services of a company to another organization and this is indeed, a big way of obtaining a high profit for your business. If you decide to become a digital signage reseller specializing in retail business, good revenue will never stop pouring in for your business. If you are new to the concept of digital signage reseller in retail business, the following discussion will help you get a grip on this subject. (more…)

Posted September 24, 2014 by

Add More Stars To Your Job Interview With A Firm Eye-Contact!

Smiling businesswoman at job interview in office

Smiling businesswoman at job interview in office. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

We have always heard our elders telling us about those people who do not look in your eye when they lie. As much as it is not always the case but maintaining an eye-contact during a job interview is very important. Surely it is one of the most stressful times for any individual, but looking in the eyes of the recruiter has never yield bad results. Employers know exactly what goes in the minds of candidates when they look around in the room, stare down at the shoes or floor or adjust their watches and rings. They would instantly know that you are either feeling uneasy or being dishonest with them. (more…)

Posted August 13, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, How Honest Are You Being in Your Search to Find Jobs?

We have heard that honesty is the best policy.  When it comes to finding jobs, recent college graduates can get some advice on being honest in the following post.

How far would you go to get a job? Would you bend the truth? Exaggerate your work history, education and skills? Blatantly lie during a job interview? The Greek word parrhesia means “freedom of speech.” It also implies that one is obliged to speak the truth even if that involves a degree of risk. And most certainly: unless

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Posted March 20, 2014 by

Need career guidance? A mentor can help

Young mentor going over work with his new colleague

Young mentor going over work with his new colleague. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Managing a fast-paced career can feel a little like navigating a minefield. You want to excel, of course, not only by doing your best work, but by being innovative, confident, and creative. At the same time, you’re trying to steer clear of mistakes you’ve seen others make, as well as the plethora of unforeseen pitfalls that can cause a career to stall or become obsolete altogether. Whether you’re at the beginning of your professional career, or at the peak of it, it’s hard not to feel like you’re on your own. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Support and guidance can be yours, if you find and retain the right mentor to help see you through. (more…)

Posted March 13, 2014 by

Beginning a New Entry Level Job? 10 Traits Your Employer Will Appreciate

Making a good first impression on your new entry level job can not only mean having success in this position, but throughout your career.  In the following post, learn 10 traits that your employer will appreciate.

Becoming the best you can be in the workplace should always top your list of professional goals. The list of potential benefits is long, including promotions, salary increases and insulating yourself (as much as you can) when the inevitable layoff occurs. Each of us has our own idea of what characteristics make up a top employee. There

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