The labour market can be unpredictable and merciless at times. This section is here to give you information and to provide tips and advice to help you prepare for a variety of situations (layoffs, salary negotiations, job hunting, etc.) in your career.
A good CV is still a must when you're looking for a job. An effective résumé will get your foot in the door for an interview, while a weak one won't open the same doors. This is where you'll find articles offering a wealth of information on the subject.
The job interview is still the method employers use the most often to evaluate potential candidates. Some people are better than others at impressing employers at this crucial step. Here, you will find many tips to help you stand out in an interview.
In a relatively short period of time, LinkedIn has become an essential job hunting tool in marketing your candidature. It can be difficult to stand out from the crowd, considering that this platform has more than 350 million members. Here, you will find a great deal of information on how to best use LinkedIn to market yourself.
The process of looking for a job can be fraught with pitfalls and often involves a lot of stress, insecurity, and second-guessing. In this section, you will find a variety of blog entries giving you the information and tools you need to make your job hunt easier.
For many of us, a career is something that stretches out over decades and holds an important place in our lives. Your career might plateau or take you gradually upwards, but it can also fluctuate abruptly. Here, you will find articles dealing with different aspects of a career, providing you with a wide range of pointers on the subject.
Salary and negotiations can be an extremely delicate and emotional subject! They say “you don’t get paid what you deserve; you get what you negotiate for.” The same often applies to your working conditions (vacation time, bonus, etc.). Here, you will find a number of articles on the subject to help you better prepare for your next negotiation.