In today’s workplace building a positive relationship with coworkers is extremely important.
Most employees spend at least 40 hours per week together, and the ability to communicate well and collaborate is key.
There are often times an array of personalities in the workplace, and it is important to be able to communicate effectively and get along well with everyone.
My business has allowed me to work with a variety of personality types and build relationships with our employees and clients. Click Here to Read Article …
Are you always running late like the little white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland?
They say punctuality is a clear sign of professionalism, and I’m sure you’ve heard that many times before.
When you’re grown up enough to have your own alarm clock and you depend on it, being late is simply unacceptable.
It may be your own loss if you miss the first ten minutes of class or the dentist appointment or someone’s wedding vows at church.
However, when it comes to work, we’re talking serious business. Click Here to Read Article …
If you’re a freelancer thinking of crossing over into the world of traditional employment, or if you straddle both worlds, you have to think about presenting self-employment on your resume.
One might be tempted to take an “it-is-what-it-is” approach, just plopping the experience into your resume.
But because working at home or running a business of any kind is different from being part of an organization, employers have their own particular ways of looking at such work on someone’s resume.
Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll present a series on ways to incorporate your freelance work onto your resume.
Today’s post will focus on some of the potential red flags that employers sometimes perceive. Click Here to Read Article …