Unfortunately, just being a “first-degree connection” to someone online doesn’t always mean they’re there to help, let alone, even answer your request. But there are a few simple things you can do to improve your chances.
The following key points can help guide anyone taking on new responsibilities as they embark down their path towards becoming leaders:
You should be doing more than sending the perfunctory “Thank you for your time” email if you want the job.
Mary Despe sheds light as to what the hiring manager is really looking for and how you can stand out and position yourself to be a desirable candidate above other applicates.
If salary is one of the first things that come up during your next interview (and it probably should be!), then this video will help give some insight into why they ask questions like “What do I need my base compensation package at?” or “In order for me to consider moving somewhere else, what must plus X amount per year.”
The dread of being asked about your salary requirements in job interviews is real. But what if there was a right answer to this question? Would you fail at getting paid what’s fair by sharing just one number or staying quiet and hopeful that they’ll come up with an offer on their own before long anyway, without knowing how much other companies are offering for similar positions–or even worse: letting them sway negotiations too far
Are you worried about what to say in an interview if you’ve been fired or laid off? Don’t be!
Job seekers often wonder what the best time is to apply for a new job. The answer, however, isn’t as straightforward and controversial according some old beliefs about career advancement – read more here!