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Reading personal mail from office, installing unauthorized software, blogging during work hours, reading websites your corporate proxy or firewall is blocking… Let’s all admit it: no matter how busy or not, how professional or not, we’re all doing this one day or another. The IT department’s job is of course to make such things hard, […]
When you’ve worked at only one employer for your whole career, writing a resume that wins interviews may be no easy task. The reason: recruiters may take a dim view of your single-company job history, seeing a lack of opportunity taking. Here are 5 tips to organize your one company resume.
Driving your career to its best may imply that one day or another, you will have to leave your employer. Be careful: what happens during that transition could make or break your career reputation. So, here are five smart tips that will keep your reputation bright.
If you ever need a few arguments to explain why blogs and blogging are not a pointless waste of time, but can be a real bonus for your career, look no further ! Tim Bray hits the points with 10 reasons why blogging can be good for your professional life:
A job consultant took some time to list the top 10 reasons why workers would quit their jobs, and the results are quite stunning. Check by yourself :