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How to Write a Recommendation Letter for a Student
When a student applies for their first job or for their next academic degree, they don’t have much experience to showcase their skills and personal qualities. Hiring managers and admissions officers, therefore, often look at recommendation letters as a way to go beyond the student’s GPA and learn more about the student’s skills and personal qualities.
How To Answer “Why Do You Want to Be a Supervisor” in an Interview
Anyone who has worked in a supervisor role knows how challenging yet rewarding it is. But chances are if you're trying to become a supervisor, you'll be forced to answer:
What is Career Cushioning?
Is your organization prepared for “career cushioning”?
Growing Discontent: Employees Wouldn't Wish Their Jobs on Their Worst Enemy
The start of a new year, and most people are already busy setting personal and professional goals. What’s on the top of the list for a growing number of working people is making an exit from the job they currently have. Why?
How to Gracefully Quit a Job You Just Started
You’ve just started learning the ropes at your new job, and you've gotten to know your colleagues. But you’re already thinking about quitting. Maybe you were deciding between to job offers and realized that you’ve made the wrong choice. Or, a change in your personal circumstances means that you have to quit.
The Ins and Outs of Building a Resume From a Bar Manager Job Description
Many people turn their noses up at bartending jobs, as they do for most jobs in the food service industry. Little do they know, bartenders possess a lot of unique skills. Even though these jobs can require little to no education, bartenders must go through extensive training or schooling. Additionally, the demand for these jobs is extremely high, and the career growth opportunities often bring bartenders into management positions after years of experience.