Challenge Or Opportunity

Challenge or Opportunity?

One of my pet peeves is lazy co-workers.  My work-ethic has always been strong and I am innately a motivated, determined person who strives for the best outcome, because that is just the philosophy I choose to live by.  Now I am not saying I am perfect, far from it, but I choose to put…

Job Offer Checklist

Job Offer Check-List

If you’re a job-seeker there are several different factors that you need to consider when offered a new position.   In essence, you want to make sure that all of your needs are met in order to continue or maintain the lifestyle to which you are accustomed. Like with any offer you are considering, there is…

Life after graduation

Life after graduation…

It’s that time of the year where commencement ceremonies and graduation parties are being held in celebration of many years of hard work and dedication to your education.  If you are a senior or a recent grad, there is no doubt you’re thinking about your future and trying to work out a plan that fits…

Business Aviation

Entering Business Aviation: Tips on Finding Work

I will not pretend that this is the easiest topic to write about. In fact, my knowledge of how one finds work as a private flight attendant is based chiefly on what others have shared with me. You can find some useful tips within the many threads written on the Corporate Flight Attendant Community message…

Work Life Balance

Employee Burn Out Prevention

Employees who are motivated are the assets, even secret to the success of successful companies. However, these employees aren’t robot nor machines. They can feel pressure, be overwhelmed, or even worse, be burned-out. Recognizing and preventing symptoms of burn-out will save your company and your employees from self-destruction. Organizational psychologist David Javitch, PhD, names the…

Bad Day at Work

Don’t Want The Job? Do This!

Most people do not prepare properly for an interview. A lot of time, energy and money are spent in preparation for the chance to have an interview meeting with a prospective employer. However, little to no preparation is done for the interview itself. Most professionals spend an incredible amount of time preparing their resume, and…

Right Costume for Job Interviews

Dressing Up Right To Succeed In An Interview

Prepare and practice for an interview. After the date and venue has been set, allow time for enough preparation for the big day. Remember that first impressions do last, so the way an applicant look really does matter. Employers could easily give the verdict based on the manner of dressing during the initial interview. Better…

Career Success

To Ask for a Raise or To Not?

Are you currently satisfied with your job, but unhappy with the pay? Do you need an increase in pay to support your family? If you do, you may be interested in asking your supervisor about a raise. If that is the case, you may want to continue reading on. A few of the many factors…