Think back on your career and the managers you have had over the years. We all admit we had good managers, while others were not as good. But the question arises, what makes a manager, ‘good?’
Similar to Darwin’s Theory on the evolution of man, due to technological, economic and social changes certain jobs are dying while others are thriving. Whether you’re starting your job search for careers in Malta now or in a few years’ time, it’s crucial to understand that technology has an unwavering impact both for today’s and tomorrow’s jobs.
As a jobseeker, a first impression is always critically important. First impressions about people often turn into long-term perceptions and opinions.
First impressions are important, so how can you improve your chances of making a great one when you’re starting a new job? Follow these 10 tips to help you make a great impression and avoid the mistakes typically associated with starting a new job.
Training and employee growth are two of the most fundamental factors in the development of both the employee and one’s respective employer.
Over the many years interviewing candidates I have noticed quite a drastic change in candidates’ CV’s, especially with those aged between 20 and 30 years, today known as the ‘Millennials’.
An interview is a two-way street! Your potential employer is asking you questions to learn about you and your skill set. In return, you need to prepare questions to ask your potential employers about the position, your boss, and the company in order to be sure that this is the right job for you.
Henry Ford once said, ‘The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay.’ This remark will never lose its relevance.
Recruiters are constantly asked to do more with less bandwidth, and 2017 is no exception. This year, many companies will be increase their hiring volumes, but they also admit they won’t be adding more recruiting headcount to shoulder the larger workload.
You’ve just got accepted for an interview for your next big career move – a goal you have been working towards for a long time. You have all the experience required and you know that you will fit in, but there is one obstacle – your interview nerves are setting in.
Most business decisions are based on facts, and hiring a candidate for a position is no different. If an organisation is going to invest time and money into employing you; they will need to see proof that you can perform.