Networking can be awkward, especially if attempting to network at a more casual event. Nobody wants to be the one person at the party constantly talking about work and trying to sell themselves. However, you never know who you might run into and/or what opportunities await.
This article was originally posted on 8/6/2019. Updates to the below infographic were made 1/31/2023. Congratulations! You got the job, and you’ve accepted the offer. Now what? Profiles is here with this handy checklist, laying out the Onboarding Process to ensure a smooth transition into your new position. Use the below infographic as your guide…
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Crafting a Resignation Letter Summary:
– A resignation letter formally announces your departure to your superiors and helps you leave your position on a high note.
– Your resignation letter should be formatted with include an introduction, body, and a conclusion that discusses your transition plan.
– Working with a Profiles recruiter can help you move forward with ease in your career change.
Having an expiration date on your job might seems a little scary, but in this article, we show the pros outweigh the cons of taking a contract position.
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How should you resign from your job when you know it is time to move on? There are good – and not so good – ways to resign. Use our checklist on how to quit a job and set yourself up to be ahead in your future.
From planning how to tackle the tough questions to preparing yourself inside and out, we’ve got you covered to make sure you can bring your A-game to the interviews.
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There are plenty of redeeming qualities associated with choosing contract work over becoming a full-time employee.