Posts Tagged: Anchorage recruiters

You Hate Your Job. Now What?

So, you hate your job. There are many reasons why someone would not be enamored of their current employment, whether it is a bad boss, a bad company, the people you work with, or the work itself. Whatever the case, how do you cope with such a situation? Coping in large part depends on the… Read More »

What to do After Being Fired

They are the words no one ever wants to hear –“We have to let you go.” You’ve been fired. It is one of the most distressing experiences you probably have ever had. The next question is, what do you do now? Although you may well be in shock after receiving such news, it is important,… Read More »

Preparing for the Interview — Behavioral Questions

During a job interview, you will more than likely be confronted with behavioral questions. These are questions where the interviewer is looking for examples of actions taken by an applicant – or behavior of an applicant — that demonstrated certain competencies or skills. The interviewer is looking for detailed and tangible demonstration of certain qualities… Read More »

When Is a Job-Search Gimmick a Good Idea?

When it comes to the job search, you definitely want to stand out from the other dozens – or hundreds – of people who are applying for the same position as you are. So, is it truly the case – as the old vaudevillian performer used to say – that you “gotta have a gimmick!”?… Read More »

How to Manage Your Boss

Manage my boss? Doesn’t my boss manage me? Of course she does. But if you want to get ahead and receive promotions and pay raises, you’ll need to learn how to manage your boss so that both of you will be successful. Read below for tips on how to properly manage your boss. You, of… Read More »

Starting Your New Employees Off Right

A new employee’s first experiences with you can make or break the worker’s success in the position and with your company. Most people who leave a company within a year of employment tend to do so not because they can’t do the job, but because they don’t fit in. Either they don’t like their coworkers… Read More »

Hiring and Keeping the Best People

An ongoing challenge for businesses is finding and retaining the best people. In the coming years, it will become ever more important. Moreover, a recent survey has revealed that about 25 percent of all new employees leave a company within one year of being hired. This really adds to the challenges that companies face. And… Read More »

How to Make a Good Presentation

At one time or another, most of us have sat through PowerPoint presentations that were, to put it charitably, a bit dull. A procession of charts, text, and pictures passed before our glazed eyes without really imparting a great deal of information. So, if you find yourself in the situation of having to make a… Read More »

Dealing with a Stressful Event

We all have to deal with stressful situations, some more frequently than others. And there is a lot of advice out there to help people deal with stress, with suggestions ranging from exercise, to rest, to meditation. And these are fine to help deal with stress levels over a period of time. But they’re not… Read More »

On Being a Good Supervisor

As a supervisor, you have a lot on your plate. With all that you have to do, you may not have taken the time to stop and reflect on your performance as a boss. But it is important to do, because the relationship between employees and their bosses is key to worker morale and ultimately… Read More »