That sound is not an army of people eating biscuits. It’s the head-on collision of hopeless optimism and brutal realism. And it’s called the credit crunch. When I started writing The Secrets of Success at Work, we still lived in what Mervyn King, who heads the bank of England, called ” the nice decade”. Now things are and are going to be much tougher.
Is your company having trouble attracting — and keeping — the top talent in your industry? Job seekers are increasingly researching companies online before applying, and the more experience they have, the more weight they seem to be giving to an employer’s brand.
Having a Dead-End Job is one of the worst things that could happen to your career. Here are 20 signs that you are stuck in a Dead-End Job.
Hiring the right people can be a huge challenge for businesses, particularly startups that are growing rapidly. The best performers can be as much as five times more productive than the average worker, so knowing how to spot this talent can be a huge competitive advantage.