Top 3 Employee Related Posts of 2015


At CoWorx Staffing Services, we strive to provide the best job seeker advice to all of our readers.

As we review 2015, we’ve taken a look at the top posts for candidates, employees, and job hunters who have turned to our website for more information. This year’s top posts include practical advice of using smart phones to stay productive, how to search for a job while you’re still employed, and how to get a job that makes you feel fulfilled. Let’s take a closer look.

There’s No Reason to Ever Ask THESE Interview Questions

Interview questions aren’t just for the employer. Employees need to ask the right questions when they’re sitting in the office. Not only will this help you determine if the job is right for you, but if you’re right for the job. When you’re talking with the interviewer, be sure to avoid these questions that will give them the wrong impression and not give you the details that you need. These include questions about promotions, flexible schedules, and salary. There is a time and a place for these discussions, but the initial interview is not it.

Should You Job-Hunt While Employed?

Is it really easier to find a job when you already have a job? The answer is complex, but situations can come up when you’ll need to start your job search while you’re still working. We provided details that will help you ensure that your search is safe, productive, and confidential. First, you need to know why you’re looking and be able to articulate it in a positive way. Second, you need to maintain your privacy and not alert your current boss to your search. And finally, you should always maintain your current quality of work so you don’t risk burning very important bridges before you exit.

Choosing a Job that Revolves Around Your Passion

It was no surprise to us that one of our most popular posts was on the subject of enjoying your work. They say that if you do what you love, the money will follow. But that isn’t always the most practical advice. Our post shares the best steps to finding your passion in your work, or finding work that feeds your passion. We suggest that you don’t limit yourself, you find your motivation, and you don’t let money be your primary factor.

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