Better mangers and had people that cared about the employee
we would receive our profit share bonuses and have a special lunch catered to us.
Good place for starter job. But for long term job no
the assistant manager. He knew that I was physically pushing it, so he gave me breaks and put me at certain tasks at the store.
It's not just your years with the company. It's not just your degrees and certifications ... It IS all about your VALUE!
The key is to become an ASSET to your employer. "How will you bring value to this company?" Are you ready to answer? https://www.blackenterprise.com/increase-your-value-at-work/
As I started to update my resume, I am asking myself these simple questions: Who am I? Where are my strengths? What type of leader am I? On and on I kept wondering about my attributes or identity. As I checked my email this morning I got this link that talked about identity so I thought perhaps others need to hear this just as much as I did.
Tauren Wells: https://bit.ly/2NvtEdl
I recommend that you do not confuse your role with your identity. What you do is not as important as who you are.... #jobsearch #identity #value #resume #question
Getting through the overwhelming feelings can be difficult. Here's the thing though either you accept your situation or you change it. It all starts with FOCUS.
Just tell yourself I can get through this, I am valuable, I have a lot to offer...now get busy. #getbusy #focus #value #feelings #accept #assignment #angry
Realistically, how much leverage do online class credits give my resume? I’ve been taking a series of online coding courses this year and adding them onto my resume but I’m wondering if that’s enough to attract attention from corporate recruiters to my applications. I feel the courses helped me build a good foundation of knowledge on different coding languages but I don’t think employers associate self taught online coursework as previous experience. How can I add more value to my self taught training experience in order to become a more legitimate candidate for an entry level coding job?