Most occupations will require an employee to have specific technical skills and certain abilities that allow them to do their job. These abilities are known as hard skills and will usually involve some sort of educational programme in which the person will receive classroom instruction and often practical training as well. However, despite the importance of these skills for a job, to work in any occupation you also need what are referred to as soft skills.
It is no secret that exercise is good for you in more ways than one, but what can we actually achieve from being active and what impact can it have on our productivity levels?
The popularity of social media channels such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter has led to more and more organisations now using them for recruitment purposes.
Getting yourself a job interview is a pretty big deal, it means that the employer has seen your CV and believes you have the experience and qualifications necessary for the role available. You are already off to a great start, so what is the point of the interview process and how can you use it to your full advantage?
According to a new survey conducted by the nonprofit Growing Leaders, 69% of millennials, people aged between 18 and 34 years, believe that they learn more from technology than from people.