Posts Tagged: City of Atlanta Jobs

What’s Your Story? How to Develop the Perfect Elevator Pitch to Land a Job

An elevator pitch is a perfect resource to have in your “tool box.” You never know when you’ll be face-to-face with someone who could help you in your career—and you need a way to introduce yourself. Your elevator pitch is a short but direct introduction (no longer than 30-60 seconds) to use when you bump into someone with whom you… Read More »

How to Have a Difficult Conversation About Work Performance with a Challenging Employee

One of your many roles as a manager is to keep harmony in the workplace. When one employee isn’t pulling their fair share of the workload, it can be upsetting to other hard-working members of your workforce. When this happens, you need to have a conversation with the slacking employee—and this already-awkward conversation can be… Read More »

Five Ways to Squash Workplace Negativity

Into every workplace a little negativity will sometimes fall. Though a blend of personalities and viewpoints will ultimately make your company culture stronger, it stands to reason that not everyone will see eye-to-eye all the time. This is a perfectly normal occurrence when people work together, and it’s how you handle it as a manager that makes all the difference.    How… Read More »

The Data Shows You Need to Take a Walk This Afternoon

How much time do you spend inside an office building each workday? Even if you’re stationed by a window, time spent indoors for long stretches of time can be mentally draining. And if you spend a large portion of your workday sitting, this can be an added strain on your mood and well-being. So, what can… Read More »

The Key to Selling Yourself and Your Work Experience in an Interview

Ready to impress in your upcoming job interview? You want to represent your very best self without sounding arrogant or desperate. The key is to be confident and outgoing, and build a rapport with your interviewer. If you’re feeling nervous—don’t worry. It’s extremely common. But with practice and by following these five tips from a… Read More »

Three Characteristics to Look for When Interviewing and Screening Potential Housekeepers and Hotel Employees

Finding employees with the right characteristics will help you make the best hiring choices. After all, the cost of employee turnover is high, so you want to choose candidates who will stick with your company long-term. You’ll be able to provide the service your customers expect, and this will help you build your satisfaction ratings… Read More »

Pallet Safety Round-Up: Safety Measures to Take When Working With (and Breaking Up) Wood Pallets

Safety should always come first, regardless of your job title! When working with pallets, it’s important to take specific precautions and use proper handling techniques to avoid common injuries like puncture wounds, and sprained or broken ankles and toes. Just follow these tips from a leading provider of jobs in Statesboro, GA, to keep yourself… Read More »

How Long Should You Wait Before You Follow Up with an Interviewer a Second Time?

Follow up is important to stay top-of-mind after an interview. So after your initial thank you email, when should you follow up with your interviewer? The key is to come across as passionate and eager, but not pushy or even desperate. And it’s easy with these tips from an expert in city of Atlanta employment—Happy… Read More »

How can you make sure you stay successful after landing a promotion?

Congrats! You landed that promotion you’ve been dreaming about and are working your way down your career path with high hopes and big ideas.  Allow yourself a little time to appreciate the moment, then look to the future. How do you make sure you stay successful in your new role? Here are a few tips… Read More »

How to Rekindle the Passion You Once Felt for Your Career

Dear job: it’s not you, it’s me. Once upon a time, you loved your job. You woke up without hitting snooze six times, got ready and got out the door. You sang to the radio on the way in. You greeted coworkers as you found your way to your desk. And then, with a flourish,… Read More »