Tips for success

Team Building Techniques

Corporate Team Building generally refers to the selection and motivation of teams for fulfillment of organizational goals. Our society is increasingly becoming a multi-cultural one and a person is required to work with different groups of people and expected to get along with them as a team.

How to Fire an Employee Gracefully

Sometimes as a manager you have to let people go. It's an ugly truth and ideally it won't be a big part of your job, but sooner or later you will encounter a situation where a team member is not working out. Knowing how to handle that situation gracefully can make a big difference.

How to Interview & Hire People

Interviews are great ways to meet new people who can help the company grow. However, the interviewing process for a job opening can be simple and fun or laborious and intense. The main objective is to evaluate a series of candidates to find the one most suited for the current job opening.

Time Management – 15 Golden Tips

Do you feel the need to be more organized and more productive? Do you spend your day jumping from one task to another and then wonder why you haven't accomplished much? Do you wish that the day would have more than 24 hours and that your body is never tired?

How to Resign Gracefully

Turning in your resignation isn’t always easy; whether you are taking a new career path or simply heading towards a new challenge, it is preferable that you resign gracefully. Whether you hate your job, hate your boss and can’t wait to start the new job, you should know how to resign tactfully without burning any bridges that might be obstacles to future opportunities; you never know when you will need your past employers for a reference. This article covers several ways a person can make their resignation as smooth as possible.  

Good Resume vs Great Resume

There are clear differences between a good résumé and a great résumé.

A good résumé is a glorified application explaining to the hiring manager the following information in this order: Dates of employment, companies, and titles held and job functions. It concludes with when and where you received your education. It is good because the hiring manager can get a clear summation of your past experience and education.