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Gabriel Dejkunchorn
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over 6 months ago

Family, it’s a love hate relationship. I love the things we do, but hate doing it all alone. #inspiration #motivation #love #coworkers #strongertogether #inspiring #determination #effort

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Jessica Gochee
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over 6 months ago

Not only will these traits/qualities help you land a great opportunity, it will improve your overall life in more ways than one! PS: I think # 4 should be at the top. #jobsearch #effort #attitude

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Fred Goff
CEO and Founder of Jobcase
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over 6 months ago

I mean your relationship with the company you work for.

Some of the conversations people engage with here are constructive about what employers are doing - or should be doing and aren't - for us as workers. But what about what we should be doing for them?

If you are in any relationship - romantic, friendship, family, etc - you have expectations of how you expect to be treated and so does the other person. We know that these are dependent relationships. I mean, if a brother treats you poorly, you are unlikely to do him any favors. If a husband never helps a wife around the house (or vice versa) then the wife is prob unlikely to be in a good mood around the husband. So we all kinda know that if we want our expectations to be met in a relationship, that we need to meet the expectations of the other party too. So. Again. Hows your relationship with your company?

Are you working with purpose and intention? Are you rallying with extra effort when they are hitting headwinds? Are you trying to help and bolster people around you? Are you giving feedback to any perceived wrong actions by people in authority so they can get better with your feedback? We have so much control that we often don't see. If you find yourself wishing you were treated better at work, or happier in your duties, maybe you start by thinking what you can do first. When a relationship gets into trouble, someone needs to take a first step towards changing mutual behavior (even when they know they are in the right, sometimes you take the first step anyways). Then, if the good-will and dedication is not reciprocated - by all means find another job. Life is too short to work where you are not happy. But, lets all consider a riff on the JFK quote - Before you ask what your company can do for you, lets first ask what we can do for our company.

#relationship. #careergrowth #whadayathink #effort #culture

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Veronica Jefferson
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over 6 months ago

I wanted to share this with others as I previously had an opportunity to join in on this webinar last month, and it was very useful and helpful. Even if you just wanted to sit in and listen to the information when it comes to job seeking and getting no responses. This was very helpful for me so I hope it is for you too. Sign up is free and the webinar is free to listen to with the option to join a paid membership (which I didn't do because it's expensive). I hope this helps anyone and everyone.

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#webinar #knowledge #jobseeking #effort #learnsomething #freesession #signup #knowledgeiskey

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