Take it from me… you need to know how to write a resignation letter BEFORE you plan to leave your job! Your formal resignation letter is something that should be taken seriously — because you don’t want to burn any bridges AND you want references in the future. Here’s how to write a resignation letter in 3 simple steps. Plus, bonus tips: I’ll show you how to write a letter of resignation for retirement too.
We’re all faced with financial difficulties at some point, right? Are you worried about how to ask your boss for a raise? Been there, done that — and have 3 great tips to follow when you’re requesting a raise. As long as you’re confident, well-informed, and positive, chances are you’ll walk away with exactly what you’ve asked for – maybe more. Asking for a raise might just be the easiest thing you’ve ever done!
See the 3 most important things to include when writing a letter of recommendation for a friend or colleague — and the things to avoid mentioning. Plus reference letter examples, templates, and tips that will make the process of writing a reference letter quick and easy for you!
Have you considered the benefits of internship opportunities yet to further your career? There are internship programs for job-seekers of all ages and in towns of all sizes. If you’re needing a change career-wise, we’ll help you find internships near where you live! See which type of internship program is the right fit for you, as well as the pros & cons of various internship programs.
Wondering how to quit a job? Quitting a job you don’t like can be a wildly cathartic experience. Take it from me, I recently left a job where I was really underutilized and under appreciated (no violin playing here — I promise). Burning the building to the ground would be illegal, and isn’t really my […]
Do you need to write a recommendation letter for someone? Not sure how to start? Here is the quick & easy way to write a recommendation & reference letter.
Is your resume easy to read? Does it stand out? Is it relevant for the job you want? Does it use the “best” words? Start here to make sure your resume is up to par.