How to Balance Training a New Hire and Doing Your Own Job

You’re feeling accomplished—your amazing new hire has just started and they’re ready to be trained. You did a stellar job welcoming them, and your team is fully staffed for the first time in forever. Phew! 

Now begins the hard work of managing your fresh new talent while making sure that your own work also takes priority. 

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Negotiate a Higher Salary at Your First Job

So you’ve just accepted your first “real world” job and it’s time to talk salary. But since it’s your first job, you’re feeling nervous about asking for more money, and you don’t even know how to start.

Money might make the world go ’round, but one thing’s for sure: No one likes talking about it. And negotiating salary? Forget about it.  

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What You Need to​ do When Applying to Jobs?

Job seeking is never fun, of course, but a well-prepared job seeker is more likely to find the process less stressful. Looking for work is not a science and there are many factors that come into play, but in conducting a job search in today’s current market, there are a number of things that everyone will be happier to know from the outset.

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Not Your Stereotypical Asian/Representing South Asians

Disclaimer – If you feel offended with what I say, I am not sorry about it. I am not bashing anyone else. I am raising awareness about my South Asian Community. Thank You! I am definitely going to do a part 2, no doubt.

When you hear Asian, you automatically think of the pointy and small nose, petite frame, feminine, glossy skin, skinny and silky hair, and the monolid eyes. We all are k – pop and anime fanatics. Well, I am here to debunk that because clearly, Asia does not consist solely of Japan, Korea, and China. People often forget that Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Kashmir and so many more.

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HOW DO I BECOME A PROJECT MANAGER?

Are you a natural leader who knows how to motivate others, communicate your ideas and organize projects to make those ideas come to life? Then a becoming project manager may be the right career path for you.

What is the purpose of having a project manager in a company?

From construction to finance, project managers are needed in countless types of companies. A project manager is responsible for keeping projects organized in the company. A project manager is also responsible for delegating roles and tasks to other members on a project along with watching over a project to ensure it progresses smoothly.

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Writing those Cover Letters

Think no one reads a cover letter? WRONG!  The small things really do make the difference. Some hiring managers only look at a cover letter because it should give them everything they really want to know about you.
Some hiring managers find resumes boring and they only want to see the good stuff where you really brag about yourself and tell them exactly why they should hire you. That is why an AWESOME cover letter truly is important!
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This is what the most powerful woman in fashion, Anna Wintour, says you should wear to a job interview

Anna Wintour is arguably the most powerful person in fashion as she continues to reign supreme as the Editor in Chief of Vogue. Books have been written about her (or thinly veiled versions of her), movies and documentaries abound and though it weighs more than a newborn baby, the Vogue September Issue is still required reading for many households.

So, wouldn’t you want to know what the woman who can end a designer’s career in one look thinks you should wear to a job interview at Vogue?

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