A recent survey found that 36% of government workers are thinking of looking for other roles, which is up from just 16% two years ago. Are you considering a career move? Here’s some advice for making that decision.
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Whenever you think anxiety is a barrier to your success, think again. Using these tips helped me reduce workplace anxiety as a new employee.
When I joined a new workplace, I considered a few controllable elements that aided the transition. Personal development and workplace interactions are key.
Starting a new jobs? Check out these tips to make a great first impression!
If you’re aching to leave your current job, you might be tempted to lunge at any seemingly reasonable job offer. But if you accept an offer without fully understanding its pros and cons, you might only end up jumping from the fire to the frying pan.
The first few weeks of any job are stressful. You have to learn new ways of doing things, adapt to office culture, and establish a new network. These challenges are exacerbated when it’s your first full time job. I talked to former GovLoop Marketing Fellow, Natasha Dabrowski, about her experiences with her first few weeks.
Do you have the new job jitters? That anticipation period between getting the offer and starting a new job can be nerve wracking. While it’s important to use this time for things like relaxing and taking a well-needed break (particularly if you’re transitioning from one job to another, or have been pounding the pavement forRead… Read more »
A lot of advice you’ll hear about how to handle your last two weeks at a job focuses on surviving. As if giving your two weeks notice is the equivalent of a zombie apocalypse or a vacation with your in-laws. Rather than survive, wouldn’t it be better to thrive? Giving your two weeks notice isn’t an excuse to dial it in.Read… Read more »
Starting a new job can get your nerves twanging. Your business casual wardrobe feels either too casual or too business. You’ve lost your old lunch crew and you’re dreading eating alone at your desk. You have a chance to start fresh at a new job, but you worry that your bad habits will prove impossible to break. EvenRead… Read more »
Turn your first week at a new job into a success.