• John Karras

Being a “good” employee maintains employment, but being a “great” employee is why employers hire you

Being a “good” employee maintains employment, but being a “great” employee is why employers hire you. During the course of an interview, many job seekers fall into the category as “good enough – presented their skills very well and did not make any interview mistakes.” However, if there is another candidate the hiring organization perceives as “great” then you can be bypassed for the position. If you need additional job search assistance, contact Job Transitions for a free resume review and initial consultation. www.jobtransitions.net/contact


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https://www.glassdoor.com/blog/good-vs-great-how-to-show-employers-the-difference/?fbclid=IwAR00D9DirI_FqjUuSOiBb1yf8Tl8vS9LN-dkmtEh-j-p7SiC9O9-0gFMwUY







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