As individuals who have gone though employee onboarding, what are your thoughts on it? Was the employment onboarding a fruitful one? Did you and your employer have a productive two-way communication addressing relevant topics? Are your expectations, interests, goals addressed?
Likewise, as employers who initiated employee onboarding, was it effective in integrating employees to their new role? Was it difficult to communicate the organisation’s vision to the new employee? Did you manage to establish a common ground?
If this whole employee onboarding thing seems complicated and daunting, do not fret.
This article provides useful advice on how to start new employees on the right note for your organisation.
Let us strive together and aim for fruitful employee onboardings!
According to the AYP Group Employment Outlook and Salary Guide 2016, salaries for most jobs are projected to be relatively stable in 2016, compared to 2015. Furthermore, we surmised five key attitudes an employee needs to thrive in the job market in the following 10 years. Innovation. Cognitive reasoning. Emotional resilience. Constructive communication. And lastly, collaboration.
Everyone needs good advices from friends and mentors from time to time. How about 10 great career advices or behaviours that could launch your career? We like to share with you the following answer from Quora on “What is the single greatest piece of career advice you’ve ever received? Why?”
Over the past 9 years I’ve worked at large companies like Cisco and VMware and have joined smaller start-ups like Box (now a public company) and Optimizely as well. I’ve also worked at MTV, a small boutique law firm and UCLA. No matter where I’ve worked, I’ve noticed a recurring pattern of what creates success at work and have worked on a list over the last 9 years. I’ve never shared this list before – until now. The more I’ve followed these, the more success I’ve found. I hope it helps you too. Here’s the list of the top 10 behaviors that could launch your career.
Make smart and rewarding job choices
Changing a career at mid-life is an intimidating affair, and often there will be many concerns. For instance, financial worries, a resistant spouse and the fear of failure are likely concerns. Such fears often prevent anyone from moving beyond their comfort zone and seek actions addressing their tingling itch to switch careers. Yet, sometimes life’s biggest rewards come from taking the biggest risks.
Why We Need Psychometrics In Our Lives - A win-win situation for all
Have you ever wondered what role do emotions exactly have in the workplace? Do you find satisfaction and happiness with your career? Are you achieving success in the workplace? Then again, what is your definition of success?
Guide to a change in profession
It is said that the only thing that is certain in life is change.
Though this phrase has proved to be true a number of times, there are situations where a change seems impossible and absurd. A change in profession at an age of forty or fifty is one of those situations where peers may pause and look at you quizzically with one question – why?