Generally speaking, one to two examples is great to include in a selection criteria response. Two the better, but it’s always best to give at least one example. If you can fit in three examples then great, but it may make the response quite lengthy. The best thing to do it is to be mindful … Continue reading How many examples should I include in my selection criteria?
Article by Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Mention this article for a $AU10.00 discount off any package purchased by Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions – visit http://www.clientcentric.com.au/individual-pricing Yesterday I started my first day on the job at a job find company in Victoria. Although it was only an internal transfer for the same position with the … Continue reading Why we feel nervous on the first day of a new job, by Matthew Coppola
I have been working for an employment services organisation for over 7 months now, and just recently I was offered an internal transfer to another office within the company over in Melbourne. But to ensure that my transition is as smooth as possible, in the last week working at my previous office in Perth, I had another employee … Continue reading Why you need to be passionate about your job to succeed, by Matthew Coppola
To many business people, the belief is that honesty pays, but not enough. To survive in the cut throat world of business and sales, many feel that they need to lie or bend the truth to get anywhere in business.But is that the case? Does being deceitful, dishonest and untruthful in sales and business really … Continue reading Why It Pays To Be Honest In Sales By Matthew Coppola
OMG. IM ROFLMAO ATM. BTW I G2G but ill BRB.If your not up with the lingo I just said Oh my goodness. Im Rollling over Laughing my ass off. I got to go but ill be right back. Today im going to be talking about the generation that talks like that.Known for their optimistic attitudes, … Continue reading An Explanation Of Generation Y By Matthew Coppola
An assumption in Economics is that consumers prefer more, and that one’s utility can be increased through the consumption of more goods and services. In other words, the more money we have as individuals, the more satisfied we are with our life. But does greater income and consumption really translate into greater happiness? Three main … Continue reading Does money make us more happier?