Career Advancement

Tips For Career Advancement

Are you ready to take the next big step in your career? Perhaps you’ve been eyeing a position within your own company or are ready to branch out to a new employer. Whatever the case, now is the time to polish your resume and be sure that you’re on top of you game. Meeting with your manager and the Human Resources Department to let them know you’re ready for advancement and would like to have recommendations on how you can make a greater contribution to your company.

When preparing to interview with a new firm follow these recommendations from the professionals to ensure the most positive outcome. Hone up on your interviewing skills. Review your resume to make sure it is up to date and reflects the skill set that has been identified for the position you are seeking. Spend time on the hiring company’s website. This will give you the best indication of the products and services offered as well as some insight into the company’s culture. Review the network you have established to determine if you have any first or second contacts with the hiring manger. Understand the industry and most recent developments. All of these steps are critical for putting your best foot forward during the interview process.

The most important thing to wear to an interview is a genuine smile and quiet self-confidence. Professional attire is always expected during the interview process even if the firm you’re interviewing with has a business casual dress code.  Take advantage of the awesome deals offered by Groupon coupons and grab the deals offered by  Ray-Ban. Rethink heavy jewelry, loud make-up and extreme hair colors or styles. A well-tailored jacket is an investment that will pay off for years to come.

Finally, remember that interviewing is a two way street. Not only are you trying to make the most positive impression possible, you’re also attempting to ascertain if this is company where you will feel at home and will be a positive step for your career development. Put your best foot forward and good luck on your new position!