Career Advice

How to Handle Being Passed Over for a Promotion

Arbitrated Jobs March 18, 2020

Being passed over for a promotion can seem like the end of the world. It can feel like you were ignored, overlooked, and underappreciated. The good news is that you can get the promotion next time around if you handle the rejection the right way this time. Here's what you can do. 

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How to Be a Cherished Opener or Closer at Work

Arbitrated Jobs February 19, 2020

Opening and closing duties are the two most desirable sets of tasks an employee can have. If you can establish yourself as a cherished opener or closer, you can establish yourself as an asset to the company. You'll be the person that your employer relies on for the task, and they will not want to lose you as a worker. These are some tips that you can use to become a valued opener or closer.

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How to Turn Your Job Loss Into a Positive Experience

Arbitrated Jobs January 20, 2020

If you are struggling through a job loss currently, don't give up hope just yet. Even a job loss can be turned into a positive experience. The key is all in your mindset about the situation. It's all about perspective. 

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Proper Etiquette for Conducting a Phone Interview

Arbitrated Jobs December 19, 2019

At some point, you might have to undergo a phone interview for a prospective employer. Phone interviews are most common in customer service jobs where employees have to spend a lot of their time on the phone. The following are some tips that can help you to improve your phone interview, which may help you advance to the next level and get hired. 

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3 Fulfilling Jobs to Consider

Arbitrated Jobs November 25, 2019

Your job should give you more than a paycheck. Considering the amount of time you spend working, it's fair to say that you should get something out of it that enhances your quality of life, builds self-esteem or contributes to the betterment of the world in general. Here are three job ideas that fulfill those needs.

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