Get educated- if you show the initiative to learn everything about corporation, projects and everything happening.
Taking on more work– Taking the extra step to get things done will show your boss that you are passionate about your work.
Learn from your mistakes
Communicate with your supervisors
- Misspelling is the biggest killer of resumes– easy way to fix this is not to rush your resume. proofreading it multiple times when done fixing any error you see. also have others look at your resume to see what mistakes they find. If a random person can find errors, the interviewer will definitely find errors.
- Do not include too much information. You want to get your most important details that are most relevant to the job description.
- Write your resume objective to match your job description
A resume is a advertisement of your skill set. a good resume is not only going to tell the interviewer what you have done in your past. Your resume should explain what benefits you would have to a company. “If you hire me, you will be getting (your skils set)” It is a mistake to think of your resume as a history of your past, as a personal statement or as some sort of self expression. Sure, most of the content of any resume is focused on your job history. But write from the intention to create interest, to persuade the employer to call you. If you write with that goal, your final product will be very different than if you write to inform or catalog your job history.
Here are a few resume tips that helped me write my resume. Very good information here!
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Business etiquette is all about having manners. Being respectful and polite will get you far in the future
- Failing to respond a RSVP
- not following te dress code
- Being late
- Failing to extend the correct handshake
- Not introducing yourself
- Speak on appropriate topics
Most people do not know how to carry themselves at a dinner table. When attending a business dinner, having the proper etiquette will bring you a long way.
- BEFORE THE MEAL: Shake hands with all present at the table. If necessary, introduce yourself. Concentrate on remembering your host’s name
- Remain standing until host sits
- Place your napkin on your lap after everyone is seated and after your host has moved his/her napkin.
- Sit up straight and don’t tip your chair back.
- Let the host take the lead when ordering; this will give you an idea of what to eat. If they order an appetizer, order one. If the host isn’t first in line to order, then ask for his/her recommendation
- Order foods that are easy to eat such as chicken, fish, or salads. Avoid sloppy hard to eat foods like spaghetti or ribs.
- DURING THE MEAL: If your place is set with more than one fork, begin from the outside and work your way in.
- Keep your elbows off the table
- Do not speak with your mouth full
- avoid talking about politics, religion and other controversial topics.