Great article today in Workshifting about flexible work environments. The impact of which are summarized nicely by author Brett Caine:
“Clearly, workplaces are not all the same, but I believe companies and employees both perform better when flexibility is in the equation. In fact, our latest infographic, “Work Is Not a Place,” takes a refreshing look at real mobile workstyle benefits experienced by companies and people around the world. (Look for the infographic below.)”
Toronto, Ontario - We’re very excited to announce today that we have just released our latest iteration of Careerleaf. Now job seekers and partners can take job search with them anywhere ~ phone, tablet or PC.
Read the “official” announcement here:
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The world is mobile and information is pushed to our fingertips every minute. We have the ability to respond to people in an instant. For your job search this can make it feel more competitive when you feel others may be “getting there first”. As more and more job seekers are able to find, see and respond to the same jobs we are left to ask: “How do I stay on top of it all?”.
Our instinct, too often, is to reply to opportunities immediately, and although technology makes it really easy to do so, it doesn’t necessarily make it the best way to present yourself. When responding to a new job opportunity it’s always best to have a focused, well researched and well presented message.
When you’re on the go, and focused on other things, it is not always easy to present yourself best.
So how can you keep on top of the opportunities, and be sure to follow up professionally?