What sets your company apart from others in the same field? You probably have something up your sleeve about how you provide the best service or amazing contracts for your clients, but what makes you different for your employees? Your sole focus shouldn’t be on attracting new customers, after all. Making sure you’re set up …
When you land a job interview, you research the company’s website to see how you’re a good fit for them. You make note of the prospect’s history and accomplishments, prepping yourself to acknowledge the company’s good qualities and figuring out how you’ll sell yourself as a positive contribution to the team in your interview.
Before you start getting job offers start a list of all the factors about a job that are important to you. List them down the left side of the page. Things like:
-potential for advancement
-number of people to manage
-flexibility of schedule
-outside learning opportunities