Fresh out of college? Facing the dreaded question “what now”? Been there, done that! I was the typical lost-with-zero-self-awareness-looking-for-any-job type of graduate. I had no idea what I can do or what I wanted to do. Well, the situation has changed for me. It did take me 4 years of trials and plenty of errors to figure out what I wanted to do, but thanks to my career coaching training. Now, I have a clear roadmap for my desired career path.
Whether you just graduated from university or looking for a career shift, deciding on the right career path for you can often be challenging, that’s where career coaching comes in.
With so many options ahead of you, yet minimal experience in your targeted industry or field of interest, it’s so common that many people seek support in these stages of their career journey. Advice is usually needed to form a complete picture of what could be the right career path for you
The debate of open offices vs. closed ones has been a hot topic for years. And even though a definitive conclusion in favor of either has never been reached, open offices have somehow become the norm.
These days, you can find open offices everywhere, regardless of company size or industry. But does this mean they’re good for us?
We’re going to consider many workplace factors and evaluate if each is a Pro or Con in the case of open offices. Feel free to skip to the ones that interest you the most.
Many companies are confused when it comes to the promotion system they are going to follow to promote employees. Some of them prefer to follow the easy way of encouraging seniors just because they spent quite a lot of time in the company. Others prefer to promote employees based on performance.
An assessment can be an excellent method to prove to a potential employer that you have what it takes to get the job done right.