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HIGH BENEFITS FROM YOUR NEXT APPRAISALBy Frontiers Consulting on Thu, 12 November, 2015 01:08:44 PM.
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When you walk into your boss's office for your performance review, you need a game plan. Documenting your accomplishments is a good starting point. But just as important, you need to know how to come out of the meeting with the information you need.
Here are some Experts advice on tips for handling this sometimes tricky conversation:
If your boss says you're doing a great job, this could mean you're about to be promoted. It could also mean that your performance is just OK, but your boss didn't want to take the time to do a more thoughtful review. To find out which is the case, ask for details. What aspects of your performance stand out to your boss?Read More
PERFORMANCE NOT GENDER!By Frontiers Consulting on Thu, 12 November, 2015 12:51:26 PM.
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Gender equality is achieved when people are able to access and enjoy the same rewards, resources and opportunities regardless of whether they are a woman or a man.
The aim of gender equality in the workplace is to achieve broadly equal outcomes for women and men, not exactly the same outcome for all individuals. Achieving this requires:
- Workplaces to provide equal pay for women and men for work of equal or comparable value.
- The removal of barriers to the full and equal participation of women in the workforce.
- Access to all occupations and industries, including leadership roles, for women and men.
- Elimination of discrimination on the basis of gender, particularly in relation to family and caring responsibilities for both women and men.
DRESSING GOOD FOR THE JOBBy Frontiers Consulting on Tue, 10 November, 2015 08:52:29 AM.
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The guidelines given here are commonly accepted as appropriate for interviewing. Every company has a different dress code; how you dress at the job may have very little to do with how you dress for an interview.
- Dress in a manner that is professionally appropriate to the position for which you are applying. In almost all cases, this means wearing a suit. It is rarely appropriate to “dress down” for an interview, regardless of company dress code policy. When in doubt, go conservative.
- You should wear a suit to interviews. “Suit” means the works: a matching jacket and pants, dress shirt, tie, coordinating socks and dress shoes. A dark-coloured suit with light coloured shirt is your best option.Read More
3 vital areas to deploy your sixth senseBy Frontiers Consulting on Tue, 03 November, 2015 09:48:51 AM.
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There are three areas where you can use your intuition continually to make better decisions and avoid costly mistakes.
MAKING CHOICES: Whether you are communicating or negotiating or buying or selling, or accepting or leaving a job, you are always making choices of one kind or another. Some of these choices are not important, but many of them have potentially serious long-term consequences. Accepting a job, negotiating a salary, or going to work for a particular company at a particular time can have significant long-term consequences. Any decision that's has results that last long after you have made the decision is the kind of decision to which you need to apply your amazing intuitive powers.Read More
The correct ANSWERS at job interviewsBy Frontiers Consulting on Mon, 02 November, 2015 03:27:41 PM.
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Your resume gets you in the door, but your performance in the job interview ultimately gets you the position. Here are some likely questions that may pop-up and how you should respond to them:
- DID YOU EVER HAVE A DISAGREEMENT WITH YOUR BOSS? Your interviewer wants to see how you handle disagreements with higher-ups. Please don't call your former boss names. it doesn't matter one bit whether or not you were right, what they are looking for is if you are able to work things out, move forward, and stay productive.Read More