Monday, January 23, 2012
Is Your Job The Right Fit?
Looking for a job is a job in itself. There's research, networking, resume posting, interviewing, follow up, waiting for an offer, more follow up, negotiating the offer, blah blah blah. It's exhausting just thinking about the whole process. Does this sound familiar to you? If you're one of those people who has had one job your entire career, you've been spared what some consider hair raising.
If you're offered a job and done your due diligence, you'll ask yourself (before you accept) if this is an environment you can see yourself spending 8-9 hours a day, 5 days a week. Can you relate to the people you'll be working with or do they seem like aliens from another planet? Will you be comfortable in a business suit when you're used to dressing in jeans? Will the style of management be conducive to you being productive or will you work for someone who is disrespectful or a raging lunatic? Company culture is VERY important when considering a position. Ask yourself if you'll be out of your element or does this feel like a comfortable shoe that "fits". If it doesn't feel comfortable, find yourself another pair of shoes.
"Good Night, And Good Luck"