Moving On To A New Job

A while ago, I was shifting houses. Although the location is the same (I just moved from one building to the next), I couldn’t help it but feel sad and melancholy. After all, this house I have been living for 2 years with memories of my pregnancy (me lying on the couch with ice cream…

Guest Post: HIRING (1)

I love how some of us are able to take a complex and boring topic to recreate to an article that is enjoyable and informative at the same time. I have found such article at Leadershipcues and decide to share this treasure with you. Enjoy! Is hiring just an activity to fill a slot for you…

4 Ways To Ace Your Next Interview

Image source If you’re reading this then, chances are, you’ve landed yourself an interview, which means you deserve to congratulate yourself. Just getting as far as the interview means you delivered a great resume and showed some serious grit and determination. Basically, it isn’t easy landing an interview. Now comes the next challenge, though. Interviews…

Reminiscing 2 Years Ago

Reminiscing 2 years ago this period where I handed in my resignation letter in the most reluctant mood ever. I was totally immersed in my career, peak of my time, enjoying my work and what it brings me – the satisfaction, the achievements, the recognition and of course, the great pay and benefits that come…

Careers Are Now Lilypads Not Ladders

Image source The day and age of getting a job, staying in it for 40 years and then retiring have gone, thankfully. Instead of people climbing up a corporate ladder they hop around on different lilypads. It is just how things are done these days. People want to try and new environments and get more…

Inappropriate Interview Questions

Do you know that there are questions that you shouldn’t ask or be asked during a job interview? Guess what? Some countries even made these questions illegal! Yes, you can get yourself in hot waters if you are caught unaware. If you are a hiring manager or a recruiter, heads up on the following inappropriate…