If you are like many job seekers out there, you may have one, two, or several employment gaps in your resume, especially after the job market crashed a few years ago. Don't fret yet -- this will not always count against you in your endeavor for a new job.
Motivating your employees may seem daunting at times. It can be frustrating and sometimes even infuriating! But, it is the responsibility of a good leader to motivate their staff when business is thriving and when business is slow. Here are 10 easy methods to motivate your people:
When it comes to job interviews, few things stress job seekers out more than finding appropriate attire. The common saying is, “It’s better to overdress than underdress” but at the same time, no one wants to stick out like a sore thumb. Showing up to a law firm for an interview without a tie or jacket could ruin your chances before the interview even begins, while wearing a full suit to a younger, more casual company could be off putting to your interviewers. We've listed some of the most standard and acceptable interview attire in hopes that it can relieve some pre-interview stress!
An increasing number of employers are performing background checks on potential candidates. Now, criminal records and background checks are not only readily accessible but also inexpensively obtained. Various federal and state laws even prohibit employers from hiring candidates with criminal records in certain industries. With these regulations in place, it may seem nearly impossible for individuals with criminal histories to find meaningful and steady employment. Despite this, it is imperative to be open and honest with potential employers when discussing criminal history.