When you have hundreds of people vying for a coveted job in a top company, the need to stand and be notice is intense.
Here’s a select list of 5 people who, in a bid to get noticed and hired by Google, Amazon, Instagram, Snapchat and AirBnB, went out of their way, and created these insanely creative or offbeat resumes, tailor made for the company they were applying for.
Just joined work and corporate jargon boggling your mind? Or just want to be more efficient in corporate communications without sounding like a fuddy duddy. We have compiled this neat Infographic on the 12 most common acronyms that are cool to use, save tons of time and an explanation and real life examples of when to use them.
You’ve been dreaming of finally leaving your corporate cubicle forever. Maybe it’s because you think your work is boring and repetitive. Maybe it’s because your boss is an prick. Or maybe it’s because you’re truly passionate about something, and are willing to forego the comforts and perks of a normal job to follow your dreams.
We bring you 10 people who did leave their corporate cubicles. Their motives were different – some have set up businesses, others have travelled, yet some others have tried to give back to society. But their underlying motives remain – they’ve turned their backs on a safe, conventional life and taken the plunge. And they’re all very happy with their life choices.
The idea of having free time at work may be as elusive as the unicorn, but there are those rare moments of bliss when you’ve been a superstar, you’ve turned in all your action items, heaped the praise from the boss, or simply because your boss isn’t around breathing down your neck is letting you have some sweet time to yourself.
So, while you’re jailed at work and find yourself free inside, here’s how to make the most of your time