Category: Career Development
Jessica Miles of Goldbeck Recruiting comments on an article covering Tips on how a Salesperson who is working remotely can succeed:
“Remote or working directly at an office, sales people are judged by their success in numbers. At the end of day, it is all about their sales accomplishments. Meeting sales quotas also goes hand in … Read More »
Henry come across a question “How to tell your boss you have too much work without looking bad?” and shared his thoughts below:
“I would say to bring it with a solution i.e., ‘there are too many projects right now for me to handle all of them with the level of quality required, but if I could help from _______ who … Read More »
LinkedIn recently implemented a new feature called Open Candidates, which discreetly signals to hiring managers and recruiters that you are interested in finding a new job. The beauty of this concept is that it can help you find new opportunities without raising any red flags at your current place of employment; the feature allows you … Read More »
Thank you notes are becoming something of a lost art form, but they are an extremely important and professional tool in the workplace with a multitude of uses.
For example, perhaps you wrote the perfect cover letter, have an impressive resume, and your in-person interview went off without a hitch. You thought you had this job … Read More »
Henry Goldbeck of Goldbeck Recruiting comments on Amelia Peacock’s questions “Seeking HR expert to provide insights on new HR survey about employee satisfaction”.
Some key findings and story-lines:
42% of small businesses (1-50 employees) offer no employee feedback.
Formal or scheduled employee feedback is more popular (34%) than informal or ad-hoc employee feedback (25%).
Managers who provide consistent and accurate … Read More »