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The phrase “attendance is a must” has become a very popular expression. All meetings are created for a purpose. It may be to inform or to solve a particular problem. Regardless of the reason for the gathering, you have been invited to such meetings or events because you are seen as an integral part of that solution. Attendance shows commitment. In school for instance, some students are very dedicated in attending all their classes. Perfect attendance usually leads to higher grades at the end of the academic year. The same goes for the workplace. For some employees, they seldom miss any workday unless they are sick or have other important priorities. Unlike our school years though, we do not receive a grade to define our success. Instead, at work, success is defined by our ability to meet our professional goals. Meetings and collaborating with our coworkers is a means to that end.
In today’s globalized economy, speaking a second language is no longer a luxury. It is a marketable skill. It has become the key to open windows for better job opportunities and overall well being.
Some people say heroes are born while others say heroes are made. Definitely, there are people who are destined to achieve hero status as well as success stories of people who came from nothing, and were able to prove themselves worthy of becoming heroes through hard work and dedication.
There are hundreds of information about job interview tips out there, especially when you Google it. But I have a few tips that will positively prepare your mind and get you that dream job. This applies to novice and expert applicants alike.
Getting your desired salary is not an easy thing to do. Some jobseekers expect too much from employers when asked about their desired income which is I suppose, happens most of the time. I myself have that mindset too. My goal is to always get the compensation that I want whenever I go on a job hunt. And so far, for the past three employments that I have, I ended up having what I wish for.
TeleTech is a global organization with employees providing both internal and external customer experiences to a fully global audience. Being bilingual (or even multilingual) is highly valued skill in many parts of the globe and especially as an employee at TeleTech.
What makes a great employee varies greatly from position to position, employer to employer. Yet I have observed one trait that seems to be valued in employees, no matter what the pay grade. It is not about education, though education is needed. It is not about the skills, though the skills are essential. It is not about creativity, though employers definitely appreciate a creative thinker.
What makes TeleTech an industry leader? Why is it a great place to work? It’s the people. These individuals who exceed expectations define us as a team and as a company. At TeleTech it is important to recognize exemplary performers. There are many ways TeleTech recognizes excellence, one of which is through the prestigious “Values In Action” award.