Most of us have pondered this question at one point or another, but usually the answer seems far from simple.
What's important is knowing that promotion is not only relevant when evaluation happens. If you want to be promoted, you need to show your desire through your work ethic and attitude consistently.
There is no one right way to get promoted either. There are many, many factors affecting a person's potential to be promoted, but there are countless numbers of tips
2012 is practically upon us and we're all wondering: Where will the jobs be?
According to an MSNBC article, jobs in demand in 2012 will focus on health care, science and high-technology. "Employers will put a premium on skilled and semi-skilled workers, especially in computers, health care, science and technology. And there will be job openings aplenty in the trades as baby boomers retire," quotes the article.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics,
No matter how qualified you are for a job position, there are plenty of ways to mess up your chances. Particularly in a job interview, it is so important to present yourself in the right light and make a strong, positive impression on a potential employer.
Whatever you do, don't make these 5 rookie mistakes.
1. Come empty handed
Even if an employer doesn't specifically ask you to bring anything, never, ever come with nothing. Make sure you always bring
Or turn yours into a permanent one!
Finding seasonal work in December may be more difficult than it would in October or November, but it's certainly not impossible. 11 percent of companies reported that they plan on recruiting seasonal employees this December.
If you are still looking for holiday work, it is important to stand out to potential employers as much as possible. In order to maximize your odds, try out these pointers from MSNBC.com:
- Apply for multiple
Workplace cliques--it's hard to survive with or without them in the office.
For new hires or low to mid-level team members, being in a clique can lead to various positive feelings. Being part of a group at work can help a person feel comfortable and accepted in the workplace, not to mention having friends at work can help make a person enjoy coming into the office. On the downside, if you are not in a workplace clique, you may feel unsupported or isolated. You might even grow disdainful