Supervision is a two-way street. Like any relationship, we all have different styles, expectations, wants, and needs. This article encourages job seekers to do some self-reflection and preparation to ensure their first job is a good match for both the future employer and prospective employee.
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When beginning a job search, we typically have criteria by which we evaluate job postings. To meet those criteria, we search for the “right” job. Although our previous and current experiences provide considerable data, we can never be certain if a different institutional type or a change in organizational unit will be the experience that suits us best. This article explores a model for considering the concept of “fit” and human resource practices on a broader level.
Being rejected for an employment opportunity is one of the toughest parts about job searching. But, taking a few essential steps can help you regain your confidence and improve your candidacy.
If you’re a new employer attending TPE Onsite for the first time, read this returning professional’s story about how the experience impacted him.
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