I saw this post on Ritu‘s blog and it’s applicable to me, and I’m participating! (Hi Ritu! It’s Leanne from Elle’s Adventure in China! Read and Write Here is for all my random writings.)
Do you have a specific place for reading?
Have you ever had your world crashing down on you?
Have you ever been late to a job interview? Have you ever performed poorly in a job interview?
Great Expectations is a classic by Charles Dickens, about a young, poor, fellow in 1860s (Victorian) England. When the main character, “Pip”, was about 8 or so, he was requested by Miss Havisham, a well-off ancient-looking lady whose time froze along with
From Money Talks News, posted on MSN.
Performance reviews are an ingrained part of corporate culture in businesses both large and small.
When you’re in high school, you’re going to make lots of big choices.
After speaking with a current employer, whose day job is being an awesome Director of Marketing and who also does the hiring and firing, and office management at the law firm, she told me some common mistakes that candidates do or don’t do, and that costs them an interview.