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Everyone is cranky in the office. It’s almost summer and the team is more focused on vacation-planning than work. Just remember, this is a great time to stand out at work and make a few personal adjustments that can really help you improve.
This is a guest blog post written by Noelle Gross of ngcareerstrategy.com. There’s no greater feeling in the workplace than receiving recognition and praise for a job well done, especially when that praise is coming from your manager or senior leadership. A few words can make those late nights and months of slaving away on a big project seem completely worth it.
At Intern Queen, we do performance reviews every 3 months (quarterly). We do this so there’s an on-going dialogue about everyone’s performance and to ensure that the goals of that role are being met. It’s also important that I understand the obstacles every team member deals with trying to get their job done.
Did you get lucky? Your dream executive agreed to sit down with you for a few minutes to give you advice. WOW! That is lucky! Great work.
This is a guest blog written by Angela Silak & Cindy Kaplan, Co-Founders, Hollywood Resumes In any industry, one of the worst mistakes a job applicant can make in an interview is coming in unprepared.
I’ve talked about negotiating your salary or asking for a raise a few times on here but, I wanted to expand on the subject because a lot of you keep asking me exactly how to do this.
This is a guest blog post written by Noelle Gross of ngcareerstrategy.com. There’s no denying that Linkedin has become one of the most powerful career management platforms in existence.
Need a little boost at work? Feeling a little bored with everything? Here are a few ways to perk up your performance at work TOMORROW!
I just had dinner with one of our former ambassadors who landed an awesome job after college but is learning that it might not be her forever.She really enjoys her job and finds it interesting but there is another industry that she thinks might interest her more.
Many of my readers are in their first, second, or third jobs after college.If you’ve read my new career book, Welcome to the Real World, you know how overwhelming my first job was after college.