The way in which you follow up after a job interview can be as important to your job search success as the interview itself. After a job interview, it is critical that you make it known to your potential employer that you are enthusiastic about the job for which you interviewed and the company itself.
When you interview for a job, remember that your potential employer is looking for someone who can fulfill the company’s needs and help solve its problems. While an interviewer may be sympathetic to your needs, he’ll want to know what you can do for the company not what the company can do for you. All of your answers to job interview questions should keep this basic fact in mind.
Employee counseling services are designed to provide assistance to employees who are struggling with work-related or personal problems that may interfere with the quality of their job performance. The subpar performance of one troubled co-worker can cause widespread frustration throughout company, especially if that co-worker’s job has a significant impact on other areas of
So after weeks, months or (God forbid) years of toiling, you’ve finally come to the realization that you deserve a raise. Maybe you need the money to move out of your parents’; basement before you turn 30. Or maybe you need to purchase a new kidney to compensate for your collegiate drinking. Or maybe you just want some recognition after saving the company’s bacon time and