At some point in time, you might have to make a drastic career change. It might happen after you lose a job, or it may happen because your employer has to make changes because of an emergency. It can be difficult to adjust from a job you've gotten used to performing. These are some tips that will help you do so:
Negotiating a salary is not a comfortable concept for everyone. Author Jennifer Barret describes the importance of salary negotiations in her book Think Like a Breadwinner, citing the moment it hit her that colleagues were making double what she was at one point in her career because they had negotiated their salary, and she had not. If negotiating salary is a new concept to you, here are a few quick tips to get you started.
A job interviewer who uses the STAR format, or a similar method will most likely ask you some difficult questions. These questions may want you to discuss difficult experiences and remember how you resolved the conflict.
No worker ever survives a career without running into some impatient and demanding customers. It comes with the territory in any service position. However, you can find ways to keep yourself, and your customers happy even when they challenge you. Here's how: