Category: Career Development
Here at Goldbeck Recruiting Inc. we receive job applications from thousands of people in a year. We often notice that some job seekers do things that sometimes costs them the job. Job hunting can be a stressful task, and job seekers often make mistakes because of the stress. However, there are few things that a … Read More »
Every time we begin working at a new job we start with so much joy and enthusiasm. It can be an exciting, rewarding and overwhelming experience for most of us in the beginning. After a while, doing the same work day after day may not be as exciting any more. We start questioning … Read More »
It is a brand new year and reports and targets are everywhere. But, let’s face it – targets are pointless without a team of hardworking, intuitive sales people. Sales people are perhaps the life blood of an organization. In order to be successful in meeting your target, you must have a team of passionate and … Read More »
You wouldn’t think it, but “He has contributed with his convivial way to improving the working atmosphere” actually means “He has alcohol problems”.
At least it does in Germany.
It’s a code. In Germany, employers are legally obliged to provide a positive, written reference for every employee. In fact, if an employer does not give you a good … Read More »
Let me tell you about my morning: I have four kids and NONE of them wanted to go to school today. There were tears, there were tirades, school buses were missed. I was half an hour late for work and when I arrived, I asked my boss if he had any whiskey stashed in a drawer somewhere. He did not. It’s been a very disappointing morning.
Let me tell you about my week: NOTHING worked. I’m trialling new email service providers and I’m not happy with any of them. That’s good information (time to move on!), sure, but it takes a lot of woman-hours to test them out…uploading contacts, segmenting, drafting new campaigns, testing, testing, testing, sending, sending, sending, failing, failing, failing.
Let me tell you about my month: see above. It’s basically the same story.
So: A lot of activity, very little achievement. Or so it seems. There is, of course, an antidote…and here it is.