I pondered on whether the same approach could be, or should be taken when looking at your job, as many people are spending a lot of their precious time in roles, offices, or around colleagues that do not “Spark Joy” in their lives.
You have secured an interview for your dream job but you have no idea what style of interview to expect and how to prepare for those tricky interview questions?
“I have not been applying for jobs because the market is slow and I don’t see many openings.”
You are seated there and all of a sudden you receive a call from an unknown number.
As a finance recruiter in the commercial market, I’m constantly hearing the same story over and over – great candidates are being laid off due to restructuring and outsourcing.
Global supply chain and procurement is a constantly evolving industry that requires companies to be adaptive to remain competitive.
Companies are now evolving in terms of hiring employees, from permanent to contractors, for a vast number of reasons that only the fragile economic market can dictate.
How are we able to secure the ultimate job that allows us to realise our highest potential? How do we present ourselves best in this competitive job market?
After completing university in London, I saw many of my peers going away enjoying their travels around Asia and the World,