Judging by the number of job offers, every candidate has a chance to be invited to an interview. It’s important to grasp this chance. One inappropriate phrase or a tactless question can ruin the good impression that an HR-manager has after studying your perfect resume. In this case, what to say in the interview to avoid all the pitfalls and get an offer to take the vacant post? Indeed, silence is golden. But not in the job interview.
Nerves are an unpredictable thing, you can lose them unexpectedly. Everyone has their kinks but there is always a person on the staff (or even some of them) who seems to have lost their nerve at the moment they got the job in the company. They slam drawers of the table so hysterically that half of the office shudders, roll their eyes meeting their colleagues and express their indignation about everything.
Habits are those hidden powers that rule our lives. Useful habits help us to achieve our goals and bad ones hinder it, accordingly. In any case, habits have a great influence on our unconscious behaviour. The difference between a habit and a goal is not semantic - they work differently. For example: You want to learn a foreign language: this can be a desire to learn to speak fluently in six months (a goal) or a decision to practice for half an hour every day (a habit).
This article will be useful in the situation when you have already made a decision to leave for specific reasons but you don’t have a job offer from your future company yet and you are in quite a good relations with your current employer.
Every one of us has to listen to criticism from time to time - from relatives and friends, colleagues, clients, partners or just strangers. Our reaction can be different depending on our character, age, temperament and education. Sometimes we are just overwhelmed with the offence. What should we do in this situation? Can criticism be turned to your benefit? It can. If you use a magic formula that can neutralize any criticism. It sounds like: “yes - but - let’s…”. Step one.
Nowadays a candidate looking for a job is surrounded by a great number of job offers - on the job sites, boards and of course, in advertisements. As a rule, the increased number of vacancy announcements leads to the fact that the candidate becomes picky while reviewing offers. Any mistake in the vacancy announcement may become fatal - the perfect candidate will simply “walk by”.
You might know at least one unbelievably efficient person who can do more in a couple of hours that most of us do in a day. And most probably, this is a successful person. Good news: you can achieve such a success thanks to a few working habits. Of course, they don’t grant you an instant ascent but will help you to advance.
We continue to research the most common types of conflicts at work. The second type of conflicts: association “against” An example:
In this article, we will review 3 types of conflicts which arise in 70% of collectives. It is important to note that if these conflicts occur, there are no communications within the team. So, first things first. For years, we have been observing several problematic workgroups. These very workgroups have the same types of conflicts. They can be parallel, and some groups a certain type of conflict was the primary one and all the others were absent.
The professional burnout is a long process which leads to the complete indifference to the work duties, growing discontent with the colleagues, feeling of professional incapacity and general mental, physical and emotional exhaustion. There is a number of reasons that can provoke the burnout: dissatisfaction with life, unsolved personal problems, conflicts, bad temper. The work atmosphere, relations with the staff and the management have no less impact.