Month: November 2017

N number of tips will also fall short for an aspiring candidate of a successful career. Employment is never happier until and unless a person gets involved in it and works with interest and proper knowledge of what is required. Skill sets, academics, moral values, money are all factors that influence a career. If you are a college leaver here is a guide to look for employment

    1. Read magazines and newspapers about employment to keep you updated about the vacancies
    2. Subscribe to email alerts from job portals
    3. Create and upload a resume/CV so that employers can have you noted.
    4. Beware of the scams which take money to get you an employment
    5. Improve your language and presentation while appearing for a personal interview
    6. Understand the job profile before you apply
  1. Read carefully the job prospects

These are just a few points and there are a lot more to check out when you are looking for employment. It is important to browse online for the various updates in the employment industry. Salary is an important factor and so are the paid leaves. In the course of a career, you may come under situations where you have to struggle with the human resource team about paid leaves. While reading online, I find this article about the right to unpaid leave very useful which explains in detail about the rules and regulations about pay under the law. Jobs 101 is a good portal to read and understand more about the finances in a career. Also, as a college leaver, you will get a greater understanding of how a salary is split, how well you can manage your money for a brighter future with a successful career.…

Wages

When you are working under someone, you always have to maintain a safe distance and watch what you speak. What you say can be used against you explicitly or in a subtle manner, during that much needed promotion. Further to this, there are certain things which can even have you fired.

The “would you rather” questions can be very amusing and at the same time have the ability to get you into serious trouble if you don’t know what to ask whom. You may think those are funny questions to just pull the person’s leg, but it can have serious impact on you.

Here are a few questions, which may seem fun to ask a co-worker or a friend, but when you ask your employer, is sure to get you fired. We came up with these at work when we were just too bored and wanted something to keep us awake. Though everything sounds funny, My would you rather question got the biggest laugh.

  • Would you rather sleep your way through to get that prestigious award or have your assistant sleep with the award deciding team?
  • Would you rather use an expired or unapproved ingredient to make your product a success or bribe your way to get that ingredient listed as safe?
  • Would you rather sleep with the competitor’s team member or let your wife sleep with him to win that project you both are bidding on?
  • How did you rise to the top so easily when even the lowest cadre employee is smarter than you?
  • How much did you have to pay each person to start treating you like a boss, so that others will follow suit?
  • How much can I quote for giving out details of that secret project you have been working on last few months?

These questions may seem correct and funny when you think it up, however, when you ask your employer such personal and derogating questions, even in the name of fun can have you fired immediately.

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Game Play

Finishing high school has always been a stressful time in a person’s life throughout all the history. So many unanswered questions. What’s next? Should I continue with higher education? Will I ever get into the college I want? Am I good enough? I have been through it all. I started stressing out then my family and friends followed this deep rabbit hole. If this is happening in your life or you are about to finish school and look for a way to get into the college or university of your dreams – DON’T WORRY.

The biggest step is deciding what degree to pursue. In my experience, it is easier if you focus on your hobbies, something you really enjoy doing and then looking how you can apply that to your future college degree and eventually career. Don’t underestimate high school classes. What if you really enjoy science classes – this gives you the option to choose so many science degrees which can be as specific or as general as you think you will enjoy. Another example is literature. Are you an avid reader that picks up a book every day, loves analyzing the characters and discussing the plot with other people? You can choose the path of a writer or just study literature.

Now the most stressful part! How do you get into a higher education school of your choice? First of all, research all the qualification requirements. If you know what you need to do for the degree to the very detailed specifics, then you will be able to only focus on that. My advice is to work very hard at the subjects you choose but also try to understand it, don’t cram it. If you need sat tutoring go here, it will relieve so much stress from making yourself study non-stop alone. If you understand what you are doing you will be more focused and even enjoy it more. Do keep all of this in mind when studying and you will be at the top of your school career in no time.…

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