Friday, February 25, 2011

Career Tip


  • In your own time research the latest trends in your field. Keep yourself abreast of information/issues in your industry
  • When you decide to resign, your superior must be the first one to know. Discuss it with friends and co-workers later on.

Monday, February 21, 2011

How to give a job-winning interview


  • Create a strong resume. Build a compelling case on why you fit the job role
  • Do your primary research on your potential employer
  • Highlight your strengths & experience
  • Be confident
  • Prepare, Prepare, Prepare 


Sunday, February 20, 2011

Career Tip


  • In your resume, leave out personal data, photos, and unrelated hobbies, unless specifically asked for by the employer.
  • When speaking, the emphasis on the right word is a skill. Wrong emphasis can make people understand different things.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Career Tip


  • An official e-mail is a direct reflection of your capabilities and professionalism. Word it carefully and keep it formal


  • Interview Tip: Dishonesty in your answers will lead to trouble, no doubt. You should be honest in your interviewing

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Career Tip


  • Proper career planning can lead you to a successful career. Evaluate the skills required for your chosen profession

  • If you are enthusiastic about your work, then you will have the ability to rub this energy off on your entire team.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Career Tip


  • Dress in appropriate business attire while at work. A two piece suit for both men and women is the safest choice.



  • You need to observe the trend of your industry. You also need to look out for the growth prospects in that career

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Career Tip


  • Be well prepared for office meetings. Being well-aware of happenings around you in your workplace is essential.
  • In your resume summary, always provide information about major certifications, training, IT skills or education.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Career Tip


  • You need to teach yourself to say "No" to certain request for work. This is a good way to reduce work pressure.

  • To achieve your goals, make use of technology, information skills and practical tools to get the solutions.