The concept of personal branding has become increasingly popular in recent years. As with any business buzzword, we need to ask ourselves several questions: What is it? Should I care? What do I actually need to do?
We’ve all had the Sunday-Night Blues from time to time. But how much is too much? For most engineers, there will occasionally come a time when you’re just not happy in your current job, and you have to ask yourself whether it’s time to make a change.
Finding a new employer is a lot like dating. Some matches sound great up front, but quickly fizzle out due to a lack of chemistry.
Working for a company with the right culture can increase your happiness on the job, increase your engagement by letting you leverage your innate strengths, and allow you to advance further and faster along your chosen career path.
The hottest topic in business today, much has been written about why companies should foster a distinctive culture. For organizations of all sizes, thoughtful investment in company culture helps retain the best talent and drive stronger results.
In an interview you have a few short seconds to make that all-important first impression. Preparation can make all of the difference in your overall presentation and ultimately, your future.
Have you ever been hired into what you thought would be your dream job only to find that it’s more like a nightmare? If the answer is yes, it’s possible you didn't ask the right questions during the interview.
Every Interview, and every interviewer, is different. But that doesn't mean you can't prepare. Check out this list of 25 and you'll be ready for the majority of questions you'll encounter.