I was working in a organisation as an assistant psychologist where they would cater the needs of schools (children's well-being, their development ) The school which I was placed was an inclusive school. The school management had no clear idea of what inclusion is and greatly depended on my company to help them. The day one I entered the school I had a very negative vibe from the place and people both at school and company. I neglected it for a while though was very much expressing about how it feels. As days passed by things got bad at the workplace and the company wouldn't provide support on time. When I meant" on time" it simply means they would wait for me to inform other issues as well which would be dealt with. The issues remained same. I was mentally effected due to uninformed protocols being made by school and situation getting out of my hands. I wrote to CEO about the same he promised things would get better and there would be 2 more people joining in it was a relief but after another 2months they resigned due to the pressure and the way it functions. Things again became difficult as I had no support and after which I finally decided to resign as they started defamaing me just because I was transperant about how things work at the place. They have withhold my documents and are justifying themselves and repeatedly making point that they were supporting me. It's been a month after I quit and learning the nature of people and how ones dignity is threatened. It's a lesson learnt but I am getting over all the things they are putting me through.
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I got laid off and now they want me to train my replacement.
How insensitive can companies get? Getting laid off is tough as it is. Now I have to train my replacement who will do my job for less money. I would love to just leave. How should I handle this?
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Interview Questions | Would the same question come up again in the 3rd round of interviews?
I am in the last round of interviews! Exciting but can't put my hopes up quite yet. My first two interviews had pretty standard questions and I was able to answer them very comfortably and even felt confident (which is rare bc normally i am shaking in my boots).
The second round, they barely asked 3 questions and were basically selling me the role (which I think is a good sign). One of the questions were, "Tell me a time you failed". I answered this as honest as I could and it was well received. However, I don't really have many failure stories as I try not to fail significantly. Maybe small mistakes (as i am writing this, i am thinking small mistakes might be a story I can share, but not sure.)
Next Interview is a Panel interview, do you think I will be asked the "tell me about a time you failed" question again?
Lastly, what are some Panel questions, you've received in the past? Just want to over prep.
Thank you in advance!
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Last week we celebrated World Gratitude Day, and this week is kicked off with World Dream Day.
These aren't fluffy, feel-good days.
Well, they don't need to be, if we give them their proper attention.
Gratitude contributes to our well-being, joy and success. Cultivating more of it on a regular basis has dramatic, positive impacts on our work and life, and it's free and easy to access. If you missed my post about it and how to add more of it to your life -- and why you career will love you for it -- you can read it here: https://lnkd.in/esH9v5qX
In a similar spirit, we have all the power within us to dream big, act on these dreams and support others as they pursue their biggest aspirations.
While this is another free and easy tool to access, how many of our dreams have we accomplished? How many have we forgotten? Dismissed? How many of us have what we consider our dream job? According to research, 90% of us don't!
In today's post on my blog "Reimagine," I share 11 ways to bring your dreams to life and the transformative implications that can have on your work life: https://lnkd.in/eTFFma7w
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I recently posted on here three weeks ago about getting a job offer at my local hospital as a customer service representative in patient financial services. I passed my background check went for my pre employment physical at their occupational health facility and while there took my drug test, eye exam etc. when the actual nurse practitioner came into my room she did my vitals and my blood pressure was high. Well I have a history of that since 2006 and she put me on a different dose of medication. Since a week ago I have been monitoring my readings at home for about a week and have to go tomorrow to get it checked by her since she has to have paperwork to HR by 3:00 on Wednesday. She said if BP is normal then she would clear me and I am supposed to start orientation on Oct 2nd. I really want this position but seems to be a little hindrance due to the fact just because of my blood pressure. Just debating if it is worth it or not feels like a runaround.
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I’m expected to graduate till June 2023, and researching for entry level Computer Science roles but till no luck.
Did I start the job search soon?
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I recently had a world-wind and whirlwind vacation overseas traveling throughout Europe.
I fell in love with the architecture, culture and people's attitude regarding work and life.
After working in the NYC rat race for 20 plus years, I'm ready for a change and am open to where I land. I'm done with a need to climb the corporate ladder and instead focus on living life while being able to support myself.
Is there any easier EU passport to obtain as I've had ancestors from all different countries on both sides of my family tree. Instead of trying for a work visa, I'm hoping if I can obtain EU citizenship that would make it easier to work abroad. I'd appreciate your advice!