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tim hench

Malaysia

Member since February 12, 2014


  • Career risks that one must never take

    Community, Communication Design

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    You have to be ready to take big risks if you want big returns but it doesn’t mean that you must take risks just for the sake of taking it. Taking gambles may be crucial; however it’s not a reason to toss your attentiveness away. Your career is generally in up to you. That denotes you have to make sure you make intelligent choices.

    It is just natural to desire to grow and advance in your career. And some risks do need to be undertaken to be able to advance. All you have to determine is if the risks you are taking are the right one. This involves wisdom to take sensibly dignified risks on purpose. It as well indicates you have to be ready for failure.

    Taking a vigorous part in your life and work takes in going for some risks. How you handle risk-taking can have a major influence on your career.

    When you’re rendering career decisions, your comfort level in risks-taking have a tendency to hinge on the type of risk you’re thinking and the amount of control you sense you have concerning the circumstances.

    When reflecting your next career change, remember Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, Australia’s career risks that you should never take

    Stop bad terms. Stay on good terms with ex-coworkers and bosses. Who knows you may need their help again. You never know you may have to return to the company again or go back to the country of Jakarta Indonesia you once work again, and if this is the situation, it will be an effortless transition if you have upheld ple...

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    If you read most articles about the world of job seeking, hiring and employment these days, it all sounds so easy. Countless online-business publications snare readers with headlines like “5 things you shouldn’t eat before a job interview” or “How to tell if applicants are lying about their last job” (or even the headline to this article). These litanies of tips and tricks play right into the notion that effort isn’t really required. That somehow just by studying the game, you can avoid the traps and master the tricks. That you can find the job or employee of your dreams and do it with little true investment.

    Most job searchers believe that a few key adjustments to a one-page resume, submitted to the best job board and optimized to catch eyes is all it takes. Hit send and hope for the best. Employers too buy into the promise of shortcuts and immediate results. As if it’s quick and simple to find the next man up when someone goes down. As if the employment landscape is a plug-and-play world of new faces claimed on an as-needed basis.

    It’s maddening, short-sighted and ironically, it could be a cause of the job crisis in this country. While there are some 10.2 million unemployed in the US, there are also some 4 million open jobs in our country. What we have is a lack of thoughtful pursuit of both quality employees and desirable career opportunities. Because in the torrent of tips and tricks, job seekers rarely get substantive advice on how to connect, engage and...