Monthly Archives: September 2015

Planning A Career Gap?

According to Dan Celements and Tara Gignac, authors of Escape 101: The Four Secrets to Taking a Sabbatical or Career Break Without Losing Your Money or Your Mind, a career break (extended time off from work, usually lasting anywhere between six months and two years) helps employees to face challenges better, solve problems and be ...continue reading

Career Advice For New Graduates

A question I am often asked by new graduates (and even mid-level executives) regarding a job offer usually revolves around the expected paycheque. This is all the information they provide and expect profound advice on whether or not they should take it. However. if this is all you are taking into account when considering which ...continue reading

CV Writing Tips For Today’s World 1 Comment

The objective of a Curriculum Vitae (CV) is to inform potential employers about your academic, professional and personal experience. More importantly, a CV must answer two significant questions: ‘What does my CV offer to the employer?’ and ‘Why should an employer pay me the salary I deserve?’. Given that a CV has about six to ...continue reading