When your boss hands over the reins of a project to you, it's a sure sign your talent and hard work have not gone unnoticed. Take full advantage of the opportunity by highlighting your managerial and leadership skills.
Are you about to graduate from college? Congrats! Now get to work on fine-tuning your resume. The resume remains the centerpiece of your job-search toolkit, and a carefully crafted one can help you stand out among your many fellow recent grads.
By the time you come face to face with potential hires, you’ve already reviewed their resumes and maybe even finished conducting interviews by phone.
But the in-person interview is pivotal. It’s when you separate the wheat from the chaff, or the good hires from the not-so-good hires. This is crucial because hiring someone who doesn’t work out can cost your business in a number of ways.
Before he became famous for “The Simpsons,” cartoonist Matt Groening penned a comic strip called “Life in Hell.” His delightfully subversive cartoon often took aim at the conformity-enforcing, creativity-squashing corporate life of the 1980s and ’90s.