In the rigors of any employee or job search, the interview is pivotal. It is the aftermath of already impressing the hiring manager with your curriculum vitae. It allows the companies as well as applicants the space to determine whether or not they see this as a thriving opportunity.
When urged to withdraw yourself from your workspace, it’s professional to send your employer a letter of resignation that allows the current employer an adequate time-period to prepare for your departure. This is also referred to as a notice period. A notice period begins the moment you submit a letter of resignation and ends on your last working day.
While salary negotiation is uncomfortable, it’s important to remember that the prospective employer, hiring manager, and recruiters expect some degree of job offer negotiations. Let’s dive into the top expert tips to win at salary negotiations.
The most important marketing tool you have at your disposal when applying for a job is your resume, otherwise referred to as curriculum vitae (CV).