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This month's Featured Employee is tenured TeleTech Uniontown, Emily Eicher. Emily has been part of TeleTech Uniontown for 4 years now as a Human Capital Coordinator. Emily says, “I like the endless advancement of opportunities that TeleTech offers its employees.” This is one of her main reasons why she says she works hard every day.
We all need energy to fuel us in a day’s work. For some of us, our daily allotment of energy may be consumed even before lunch. This alters our focus and lowers our potential productivity. The quick-fix for some include sugar rich foods and caffeine. This can give us a short burst of energy, yet may still fall short in filling the void for the whole day. Also, these types of food are addictive and can be unhealthy if consumed too much.
Are you prepared to move up to another level and get a new job? You can either 1) conduct your job search while still employed; or 2) quit your job before searching for a new one. Experts suggest though that searching while still employed gives you a competitive edge rather than filing your resignation before searching for a new career.
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 less than two weeks to go til we bid goodbye to 2012. Don't even try to deny it, you are looking forward to the holiday parties and feasts that are ongoing everywhere. Let's not also forget the sales, bonuses and other gifts that are being given out during this time of the year. But before we head to festivities and merriment, we have work to accomplish. It is may be a dragging feeling to go to work when you are already in a holiday mood, but this should not stop you from performing at work.
Aside from the internet, one of the easiest ways to apply for a job is to attend a job fair. A job fair or a career expo, is an event where employers and recruiters meet with potential jobseekers. These are usually held in public venues such as trade halls or campuses or even within the company premises. You will often see tables and booths of companies where you can submit your resume and get interviewed on the spot.