Every workplace has its distractions. Whether it be the fly on the wall or an annoying humming sound coming from the vents. Even these can be less harmful to your work productivity than some personal habits that you may or may not notice.
Our team at ESPO put together a little list of the ABC's describing ESPO and its people!
Well, it’s the day of the interview, you have called upon a potential hire and they are ready to show you what they have got! The meeting room is all cleaned out and you welcome them in and shake their hand. Introductions are complete. . . but now comes the inevitable awkward small talk before you start.
A ‘gig economy’ is where organizations hire talent for short term projects.
In today’s world, business professionals are leaning toward a freelance approach to work instead of the traditional permanent position.
Applying for a job and waiting for a call regarding an interview could leave you feeling hopeless. Here are a few tips about certain times and days of the week regarding the application process could that prove helpful.
We’ve all been there. We find ourselves, in a meeting, watching the speaker’s mouth open and close forming sounds while they talk about projects and corporate values. Five minutes after you walk out of the meeting you can’t remember why you were there.
Everyone is on social media today. Whether it be Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIN or even YouTube, some way or another you have probably found yourself watching that silly cat videos a dozen times. Today though, social media has evolved as a key player in the job searching process. Employers across various industries are using this new trend to get an idea of who you are as a person outside of your paper resume. So how can you use knowledge to your advantage?
1. Avoid grammar mistakes
2. Follow up after the interview
High levels of competitiveness within the American business culture drives workers to forgo vacation days and work longer hours. While many may see this as a source of pride, the repercussions can actually result in a net loss of productivity.
Between deadlines, traffic jams, and the tangled headphones at the bottom of your bag, falling into a negative mentality can happen quickly, but while it often feels impossible to get out of a funk, Sonja Lyubomirsky, author of The How of Happiness: A New Approach to Getting the Life You Want, has identified several small, actionable practices to battle the drag of daily drudgery.