Pierre Nantarme, 1959-2019
There are three statements that when I hear, truly turns me off – myself and I bet many others around you, too. Here’s what they are and my suggestions on what to say instead.
I like browsing LinkedIn. A lot of inspiring thoughts and new ideas and people who are generous with their time and energy in sharing experiences and nuggets of wisdom.
One of them is Melany Tagalogon. Read on to find out more about her…
Are you a foodie? Do you often go on group meals, team lunch or catch-up with friends over dinner?
Then this article is for you! Keep reading! 🙂
It happens. It could be as simple as colds, fever and flu and can be as complicated as a medical case that would even force you to go on a prolonged sick leave.
Whatever the reason of your sickness, whether you rested for 2 days or 2 months, let’s be thankful that it is over and you are now ready to go back to work!
Here are a few reminders as you go back to the office.
Interviewer: It says here you graduated in 2011, but you didn’t start working until 2015. What were you doing in between?
Candidate: I was working in XYZ Company as an Analyst.
Interviewer: Why didn’t you include it here?
Candidate: …because my CV will then be over 3 pages.
There are several points of view on whether to include candidate’s entire work experience or otherwise.
Continue reading for my thoughts. What do you think?
Our first inspiring story this year features no less than an SHRM Senior Certified Professional, a recipient of the 100 Most Influential Global HR Professionals in 2017 and my mentor who has touched the hearts of many.
How did she accomplish all these? Read on and be inspired…