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Covid changed the way people work, and it probably will never go back to what it was. If you’re now considering your career, you should also consider what has changed. 💭
The past year was unprecedented and there will be no return to “normal”. New expectations that will continue to persist. For those that can understand why change is happening and why businesses will operate differently are well placed to take advantage
Many think that increasing pay will produce improved output.
However, it turns out the link between motivation, compensation, and performance is far more complex 🤔 Most research shows that there is a minimal relationship between salary and job satisfaction. After all, money can’t buy happiness and, people’s satisfaction with their salary is mostly independent of their actual salary.
Don’t worry most people don’t, but then again, most people don’t achieve their full potential.
When we say a plan, we aren’t talking about a huge hefty project. It may sound ominous but it’s not and it won’t take long. It is just stepping stones from where you are now to where you want to be in the future. 📅
Recruitment is broken. 🤷 Data Reveals:
– 30% of job seekers say they have left a job within the first 90 days of starting
– 85% of people in work say they are unhappy with their job
– 84% of candidates say recruiting s ineffective as it takes too long and is not transparent
Getting it wrong is frustrating, time-consuming and costly not only to employees but also to potential recruits. It impacts productivity both in the short term and long term for all concerned. There must be better ways. 💭
Assessment days and face to face interviews are things of the past.
Covid now means online aptitude tests, psych tests, and first stage video interviews are now the norm. They are cheaper, quicker, easier and compliant with government guidelines. However, how someone comes across in person as supposed to in a video is not the same, similarly, how can an applicant assess the working style of a company or its culture when their interviewer is wfh?
Exhausted from re-writing your CV with relevant content specific for every role and then creating heartfelt covering letters to potential employers?
To then hear nothing back. We feel your pain.
The graduate job market is never easy, however, care of Covid it has got a lot worse. So how do you stand out from the crowd, reduce stress, and land a job that is right for you? 🤷
The following are tips to help you land a job
This is a question you’re asked from the moment you start forming sentences. 🤔
Even though there are millions of jobs, kids only know of the ones they encounter in their everyday lives.
Most job titles that were commonplace 20 years ago don’t even exist today! So, even though you may be just starting out on your career, it’s not surprising you have little idea what you want to be with so little exposure to the possibilities.
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