The top ten trends of the decade for Human Resources staff and the employees served at work were not obvious nor were they easy to pick from my original list. Depending on your company size, your location, and the health and progress of your company and industry, the top ten Human Resources trends may have differed for you.
Although the selection was a challenge, and I still go back and forth, these are my top ten Human Resources trends of the decade. These Human Resources trends are presented in no particular order aside from the first trend, which has swamped HR the past couple of years. Continue reading “Top Ten Human Resources Trends of the Decade”→
After an extended search for new opportunities, there is one thing you can expect; something guaranteed to happen at one time or another.
You are going to FAIL!
Either an employer will not call back, or will call back to say the job went to someone “more experienced” or “having more skills” to do the job. For every “yes” a hiring manager tells a candidate, there are a hundred (or a thousand) “no’s.”
The principle is this: never start a new project—a job search, exercise program, business venture or anything—without expecting failure.
Yes, that’s right—to succeed, you MUST fail first.