Worklife Round-Up for Nov 26th, 2018
This week we have articles on performance reviews, promotions, video interviewings, quitting your job and beating the ATS.
These annual performance reviews can be an uncomfortable ritual. No one likes to see her greatest and not-so-greatest hits summed up in a series of numeric grades. Moreover, many companies are notoriously stingy in these evaluations lest their employees use this data to try and negotiate a salary increase.
Having a professional role that both engages and challenges you is a cornerstone of job fit. Savvy managers are aware of this, and make team members’ professional development a priority. Glassdoor’s recent report, ” Why Workers Quit, ” implicates career stagnation as a leading cause of turnover.
I’ve got some good news and some bad news. The good news is that most candidates (i.e. your competitors) are terrible at video interviews. The bad news is that you’re likely in the same boat – but not for long. Alex Andrei & Pamela Skillings bring you an in-depth guide for preparing for your next video interview.
Now that fall is in full swing, most of us are back to our regular work routines. But not all of us are ready to accept the end of summer. Simply put, summer can serve as a welcome distraction from a dissatisfying career. When the weather gets cooler and the after-work activities die down, it …
Recently I had the pleasure of giving a Ted-like talk at the Digiday Career Fair. I decided to focus on sharing employer secrets that many job seekers are not totally aware of. I thought about the types of questions that many people in the midst of a job search often ask me.
The Interview Guys present 8 great phone interview tips to help you land a second interview. Included are the common phone interview questions you can expect..