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"If At First You Don't Succeed, Try and Try Again."
There was a time when you punched that old time clock that you left work behind. You went home to your family, friends, and social lives. The next day, you clocked back in and started your professional life all over for the next 8 hours. You left your work at work and your home life at home. Or did you? Today, the line between our personal and professional lives has become blurred largely due to the way we communicate… social media. It has changed the way we share our news, the way we keep up with our friends, and the way we work.
I'm always intrigued when I hear stories of individuals who have left TeleTech and then later returned. There are so many reasons why we may choose to leave a job. Our lives and circumstances change over time. What's interesting is why a person has chosen to come back. This speaks volumes about individual choices and that TeleTech has treated their former employees well.
One of the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) I get on our social media sites is this: How do I apply at TeleTech?
In the corporate world there are few things that will help you achieve greatness in your chosen field. These factors are vital to anyone who wanted to be successful in their career.
If you enjoy sports like me, you know how important is to practice and workout over, and over, and over again. The effort you put in your training, shows your commitment to being a winner. If you think of yourself as a winner, then you must be prepared. The preparation and personal commitment to your training helps you win the game.
I have been advising job seekers for many years on the 'best' ways to secure that next great job. There are questions about what makes the perfect resumé/CV, applications, interviews, and much more. One question that I am often presented with is 'Should I include a cover letter?' My answer is a resounding...
Change is uncomfortable. Finding a new job can be a particularly daunting change because it affects so many areas of your life. Yet, change is also good. It is a chance for new beginnings. A new job represents hope. It holds the prospect of expanding your skills and gaining exposure to new ideas and techniques. It might mean more money and a better livelihood for your family. It represents a new sense of security and stability. When faced with the opportunity for this change, following are a few tips to facing your job search with confidence.
It's that time of the year again! The New Year is just around the corner and everyone is so excited to greet it with a bang! I know you are in a festive mood and the last thing on your mind is work. But remember to think twice about how your holiday shindig reflects on your professional image, especially online...
The long awaited holiday season is upon us and I know for sure a lot of people are excited to spend their time with family and friends. During the holidays, there are festivities and events, delicious food and drink, and all types of fun and merriment. Unfortunately, all of this extra excitement and extra calories causes many to gain weight.