I'm telling you the truth...(MUST READ WITHOUT FAIL).
SITUATION: You will face opposition, persecution, betrayal, lack, slack, back stabbing, disappointments, ups and down, dishonest friendships, arguments in the relationship, revenge from others, discouragements, stress, verbal abuse, limited contacts, a variety of mistreatments to say the least...
TURNKEY: Know this one thing... If you just could hold-on to the
horns of faith and show a... see more
I recently asked six different recruiters and hiring managers to tell me what the biggest mistake applicants make during the interview process is. If they repeated a mistake given by the preceding recruiter/hiring manager, I asked them to give me a different mistake.
Here are the six mistakes that could end an interview, or lead an applicant to not get a second interview/job offer...
1) Being Unaware That it's an Interview, Not an Interrogation... see more
Define Your Life By Setting Goals
Goals are what take us forward in life; they are the fuel to our journey. It is very important that we realize the significance and importance of goal-setting and apply this practice in our life.
Goals are a conscious decision you make to help you clearly define and understand where you are and where you want to be. Setting goals gives you a defined purpose and a road-map to get there.
This article will try... see more
RN to BSN Work: Work for RN to BSN graduates is often administrative in nature. Nursing managers do not have much patient contact, and are often responsible for managing all aspects of a nursing staff. This can include scheduling nursing rotations, insuring adequate medical supplies, ongoing training of the nursing staff, and a smooth interaction of the nursing staff with the rest of the medical personnel.
RN to BSN Skills: RNs who want to... see more
In most cases, doing the right thing is the least prideful thing. It doesn’t mean “be fake” or allow someone to disrespect you. It means do not use hurtful language. It means so what is asked of you and do not look for a shortcut. It means standing up for yourself and others, again without using hurtful language. Be the best you. Good luck.
To land the interview, it takes more than just a solid resume. Out goes the old traditional job search where companies look at a resume, picks a few candidates to interview and hire one person from that process. Nowadays companies are strapped for time and hiring power to look at stack of resumes.
Today companies identifying potential candidates by other means, such as :
*Reference/Background Check - Your references may be checked before the... see more
I can't stress enough how crucial is it for a potential candidate to stand out in some positive or memorable way - preferably both. Not every method will work on everyone but here are a few things you can do before you apply any out of the box ideas.
Do your homework - Going to an interview fully prepared with the knowledge of the company's background will show any hiring manager that you are interested and willing to do the work that is... see more
Instead of complaining about what you don’t like about your job, start commending what you do like and see how quickly it improves.
It’s easy to find fault with any job. Whatever your occupation or profession, there are always some unpleasant and mundane tasks you would rather omit. It is also easy to allow the things you dislike to dominate your thoughts and for you to overlook the fact that the things you dislike about your work are really a... see more
The fourth of a five-part series which focuses on applying effective, time-saving techniques to plan your daily activities. This video will teach you simple yet powerful Time Management Techniques to instantly put more time in your day and help you get more organized.
Hey everyone - what's the single best piece of advice you can give to a newbie trucker? I've been asking around and love to hear everyone's thoughts. Thanks!
Keep an eye on them springs. The company says they have a good maintenance schedule to catch these problems and there have been two trucks that had broken springs. One was in a turn and caused a rollover.