After you have completed an interview, whether it be via phone, virtually, or in-person, a thank you note sent to the interviewer(s) is an underestimated factor in landing a role. Thank you notes not only allow you to demonstrate what youve learned during the interview, but also to put your communication skills on display.
You have updated your resume, interviewed well, and have received an offer for a new job. Most individuals who are looking to leave their current role have a reason for seeking a new one. After you hand in your resignation to your supervisor, they might present you with a counter-offer. Here is the best way to handle a counter offer.
Many workplaces are going back and forth with their offices reopening and schedules due to COVID-19 and its recent resurgence. Some companies have adjusted their timelines and what the workplace will entail leaving employees with some mixed feelings. Here are some ways to de-stress when re-entering the office place.
In an interview, your goal is to assure the hiring manager that you are the right person for the job. You want to show that you have the appropriate skill set, a great personality, and the drive to make things happen in your new role.
After a long interview process, you have finally received an offer from a company that wants you to join their team. All your hard work and initiative have finally paid off! Before you officially accept an offer, think about the decision you are making since it will affect your resume and career path down the line.