Leaving a workplace could both be an exciting or a sad situation, depending on the circumstances, whether asked to leave or moving on of your own accord. However no matter what the reason, doing a few things in your last few days in the company, will help ensure a smooth transition, save you a rushed last day, and help further in your career and personal relationships.
Getting fired is never pleasant, but it doesn’t have to come as a surprise. If your neck is truly on the line, you’ll have plenty of hints that you might be on the chopping block. Here are some signs that you’re about to get fired.
Corporate employees are constantly on the lookout for ways to relax. Usual entertainment options such as dining out and movies are passe. Come weekend, and you find yourself wondering “What to do over the weekend?” Before you find yourself tucking into that bed and doing marathons of the show you don’t even like that much, let us help you with a few suggestions that are probably unsual, involve a bit more effort ( If signing yourself up on a website and showing up counts as effort) and experiences that are sure to make your life that much more exciting.
You can’t build a strong professional network if you don’t open up to your colleagues; but doing so is tricky, because revealing the wrong things can have a devastating effect on your career. Sharing the right aspects of yourself in the right ways is an art form. Disclosures that feel like relationship builders in the moment can wind up as obvious no-nos with hindsight.
The trick is to catch yourself before you cross that line, because once you share something, there is no going back. Dr. Travis Bradberry shares the 12 crucial things employees should resist from sharing openly.
It’s the work place of the 21st century. There’s a better, efficient and tech-driven way to do everything better, faster. We list out 20 of our favourite tools, apps and extensions that help with productivity at work These apps help save time, make you more efficient, better at work, and of course help get a lot of shit done!
Being a website that aims to help your career, we know that making a great resume is the first step towards that. While in certain cases, a few gramatical and lingual transgressions can be easily forgiven, for a content writing position, being grammatically sound is crucial. So, using theresumes we received for an opening as reference, these are the 12 worst mistakes, we spotted across the resumes.
With the boom is startups in India, the number of job creators is widening too, and that in turn means good news for the job seeker who’s spoilt for choice. While the options are many, many of us may face a quandary about which is a better career option for us- A big company or a startup. Here are some of the factors you should consider while making a decision.
Say Hello to Alphabet!
Google is all over the news this week. First, the Chennai boy Sundar Pichai takes charge as Google’s new CEO. Second, Google gets a new parent company – Alphabet Inc.
Have you had days when you’re bubbling and bursting with creative ideas followed by days when you simply can’t get moving on anything? Times when you have spent most of your day staring at a blank laptop screen, feeling extremely tired to function and like you have completely exhausted your creativity? Don’t worry; this is nothing but a creative block and it happens to most creative people.
What companies typically issue at college campuses are Letters of Intent – which are essentially job offers, but they come with a caveat – they don’t specify when the selected students will be required to join these companies and start their professional lives. A lucky few get their Dates of Joining, or DOJs, right after graduating, which ensures a seamless transition from college life to the real world. But there are a large group of students who are kept on hold until business requirements dictate that they be brought on board. In a bleak economic environment, this wait can extend for months.