When you find yourself laid off, you’re doing everything in your power to find your next job. You are contacting your connections, looking through job boards and trying to find recruiters to help you with your search. You figure the more recruiters you have, the better, but most of the times you would be mistaken. What you will find is not all recruiters are not built the same.
Before we dive into my opinions from what I’ve experienced, let quickly discuss, at a high level, the recruiter market and more importantly how they make their money. In Hannah Morgan’s article, 3 Types of Recruiters and How to Impress Them, she breaks them down into three types; Inside Recruiters, External or Third Party Recruiters and Sourcers.
It sucks being laid off! You seem to blame yourself, your boss, and the company as a whole for this evil transgression against your career and financial security.
As I wrote in my last post, Congratulations your Laid Off, there will be some difficult realization that you need to accept for you to move forward. But for now let’s concentrate on 3 Skills to Keep Sharp when Unemployed.
If you’re an unemployed manager, you have two choices. You can either take a lower-ranking job and work your way back up or wait for another manager opportunity to open up and beat out all the candidates. If you’re going to going to hold off waiting for your next manager position, you will need to keep these skills sharp while looking for your next diamond in the rough. All the great leaders have these three skills honed razor sharp, and you will need to as well when you get your next opportunity.
I’ve been making New Year resolutions ever since I started being too old or too fat to achieve any of my goals.
The problem wasn’t with me, well maybe some of it was with me, but the main problem is how I set up my goals. I’m going to show you how to succeed with your New Year resolutions with SMART goals and give you some examples using my New Year’s resolutions.
Follow these 4 Ways to Increase Employees Overall Happiness, reduce stress out of our teams’ lives and improve overall job satisfaction or happiness.
As leaders, we are responsible for general moral of the team and here are four easy ways to increase employees overall happiness. Now before you organize a lynch mob, I’m not talking about neglecting the work or general professionalism to make an individual happy at all cost. I’m talking more about providing the environment of overall job happiness and satisfaction.