October 14, 2015 2:21:am


Job hunting tips

Preparing Yourself for a Job Interview

Your time has come for a face-to-face job interview after all your hard work from sending those resume. But this is not the time to relax and think about how will you are going to spend your new salary.…

Catching An Employer's Attention When Emailing an Application

To catch an employer's attention when emailing an application, ensure to do the following. Know what you are applying for. You should be able to know at least the background of the company you wish…

Don’t pay a fee upfront

Don’t pay a fee upfront. Most legitimate employment agencies don’t charge unless they actually succeed in getting you a job, and often it’s the new employer who pays. via Fraud.org

Interview Jitters

First rule in coming to an interview is, you must be prepared. Know the background of the company. Search on the net, know what type of indusctry they are in, type of environment they are in, how big…

What to do??

Be confident Be humble as always Do your research before you apply -company profile -job offerings/ vacancies ask question because this just mean that you're interested

How to find a job?

A job fair is one of the most effective ways to find a job since there'll be an array of companies at one place and time. Find out when the next job fair is by looking at local ads, inquiring at your…

be honest

Be honest on your presentation. Having a fantasticly well written resume that you cant back up will be glaringly obvious from the start. 

What is your greatest weakness?

Be careful with this one. Most interview guides will tell you to answer it with a positive trait disguised as a weakness. For example, "I tend to expect others to work as hard as I do," or "I'm a…

Be wary of promises to help get you a government job.

If a test is required, the government usually conducts it. No employment service can guarantee that you’ll qualify for a government job or arrange to get you special treatment.  

Use Your Employer's Time Fairly

Your time during working hours belong to your employer, so use it fairly. Many workers steal company time to do personal things. This time theft costs not only the employer money, but in the long run,…