Career Advice

Should You Give a Toxic Job a Courtesy Two-Week Notice?

For the past few decades, the two-week notice format of leaving a job has been an employment courtesy. Therefore, it's considered proper business etiquette to give an employer two weeks of notice so that they can find or train someone to fill your role. However, the rules may not apply if you're working in a toxic environment. Here's why:

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How to Succeed as a Product Demonstrator/Salesperson

If you've just been hired to work as a brand ambassador, you'll be demonstrating products or offering samples to prospective customers. That's not the only job you'll have to do, however. You will also need to sell the products you sample. You may receive a commission for your sales, or you may receive straight pay. Nevertheless, these are some helpful tips that will assist you in reaching your goals and succeeding:

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How to Nail Your Exit Interview

Companies use exit interviews to do everything from extracting confidential information from key employees, to getting NDA forms signed, to learning more about ways to improve the company culture. From an employee standpoint, the exit interview is your last chance to make a certain impression about yourself; because exit interviews are referred to when you need a reference for your next job. Here’s how to nail your exit interview.

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How to Make The Most Of Job Search Platforms

Modern technology has made hunting for a job easier than ever. If you know how to make the most of job search platforms, you can really simplify your job search. Let's look at a few ways you can make the most of this great tool.

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How to Make 2022 the Year of Your Career

You’ve probably said each year for the past decade that this is going to be the year of your career. You make big plans on January first but then fail to see them through. This needs to be the year you change the cycle and actually make the career changes you desire. Here’s what you need to do.

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