A recent study from LinkedIn says that job seeker numbers are at a four-year high. It makes sense. I’m hearing a lot more about employees feeling confident about making career related changes. Add to that, organizations are reluctant to make operational changes – hence engagement is at an 8-year low. It spells a recipe for movement in 2016.
But finding a new job – whether it’s an internal promotion/transfer or a change in companies – takes planning. You want to find the right opportunity. If you’re actively seeking a new role or considering making a change, I wanted to share some of the five most popular HR Bartender posts related to your career.
How do you know if it’s time to find a new job? This HR Bartender reader is struggling at work. Look for these 3 signs to see if you need a new job.
Want to learn how to negotiate your next salary? This HR Bartender reader does. We go to the experts for their advice on getting the salary you want.
What is workplace professionalism? It’s important for our career – we need to know what it is. Professionalism is defined in each organization’s culture.
Employee well-being has become an area of focus for HR professionals. But, organizations can’t just mandate well-being. Employees must self-manage it.
The way we interact with coworkers regarding pay issues speaks volumes about us. We want to show our professionalism when talking about salary.
Organizations are quick to say that employees need to own their career. I’m totally cool with that concept. It also means that organizations need to be prepared when employees take actions to improve their career. Employees are getting confident with their options. That’s great news for them now and in the year ahead.
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