As we approach the end of the first half of 2014, we thought what better way to reflect on the past few months than to give you a snapshot of our best reads on Career Transition/ Outplacement & Job search practices.
Gathered below are the articles that encapsulate the best insights from Felix so far in 2014, that will help you in your career transition and the job search phase of your career.
You have heard time and again about networking being the single most powerful tactic in making connections and enduring relationships that might help you in your career. The social-media charged marketplace is making connections even more apparent and necessary.
In the digital era, there is an expectation to have an online footprint; employers could question your credibility if you fail to have an online presence. As part of your job search (and generally good practice), you need to take steps to evaluate your online reputation and correct any flags.
Here are some interesting mobile apps that jobs seekers should leverage for their success.
It is said, body language is a critical factor that determines your success in a professional setting. A perfect posture helps you come across as being extremely professional, influence the people you interact with, and present your ideas with more impact.5 tips that will help you project the much needed confidence while interviewing for the next job.
Following up after a job interview is a critical element of the job search process. Here are some insights on what to do when following up for a job interview.
Negotiating your salary at a new job or with your current employer can be incredibly nerve-wracking. It’s a necessary activity, since avoiding it can cost as much as $1 million over the course of your career, according to an analysis by Salary.com. Here are some strategies that can actually work.