A job interview should be viewed as a two sided street. As a candidate, you should be interviewing the company just as much as they are interviewing you. I’ve had friends, family and colleagues all end up in the wrong job because they didn’t ask the right questions before they started. Be the candidate posing
How to find good quality employees, how to hang onto them, and how to develop them into better employees — these are the questions managers across the world constantly wrestle with. I’ve heard them in Europe at Davos this year, and from multinationals across the globe. I’ve seen them ripple across the booming economies in
Article By Geoffrey James | @Sales_Source | Jan 30, 2012
If you’re unhappy at work–or anywhere else, for that matter–it’s because you’ve made yourself unhappy. There’s an easy way to change that.
Let me start off with a little story.
I once knew a saleswoman–young, divorced–who got a diagnosis of breast
Company experts feel that it is so. In fact, with many successful businesses, the female-male employee ratio is as now as much 30-70, with numbers only increasing.
Behavioural researches concluded that the fair sex was better in socializing and interacting effectively with people. Women were found to have more commitment in their careers, and were