Posts Tagged ‘vocational’

Time Networks

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

Business people know about Rene Stejskal referral marketing and networking the importance of networking to develop new contacts, Word of mouth to operate and maintain business recommendations. Networks then becomes the pure waste of time, if and this is the biggest mistake no Follow-Up is operated. Imagine following situation. It is at a networking event. Has great and interesting conversations.

Meet influential people. Exchanging business cards. And never contact it makes with these people is no post-processing. The talks may have been perhaps entertaining and stimulating for the moment, but successful Networkers know, it’s about building relationships and remains a unique conversation without repeated meetings. Hand on heart: how many cards we have what we had agreed upon, or what this person looked like actually in our desk store where we no longer know what we talked with this person.Probably a whole lot we had our Probably better use of time. Here are three simple tips for efficient reworking: It starts with the preparation: precede the event targets what you do or who you want to get acquainted and consistently implement it.

At the height of the conversation, ask whether it is for your interlocutor OK the next day for the purpose of appointment to be called then to think about how you could support themselves mutually. By your actual call, you show that you can rely on you. Admit directly as far as I contact after each event with all your interlocutors via XING or LinkedIn. Thus you stay better in memory. The moral of the story: If you don’t have time to rework a networking event, but also now save the time for this event and not to participate.

Competition In The Domestic: The Chinese AT Colleague

Monday, November 17th, 2014

… works more and earned (even) less Frankfurt, June 19, 2011: the Personalglobal from Frankfurt, a study that also in Germany the competition of highly qualified workers from China is increasing and is to take this seriously. Chinese students have discovered long ago to German universities, and remain after studying often at least for some time in Germany. Because it is here mostly to good workers, shows alone the fact that they have the chance in a tough selection process, to be able to study abroad. Most have this Chinese already demonstrated their suitability by a degree in China and study so to speak a second time in Germany. According to a study of the Personalglobal in the first quarter of 2011 under 1,000 Chinese graduates of German universities distinguished the following picture: the weekly working time of the Chinese equipped with a tariff agreement is 53.7 hours per week. Their merit is in the cutting at about 20 percent below the content, paid usually for such positions when domestic employees.

But just the content will be corrected strongly in the next few months upwards. More and more Chinese recognize their value for German companies. This is just in the bi cultural area. Due to their high intelligence and their learning, the Chinese have quickly learned the German language and internalized the German culture. When this process is complete, these workers are worth more than comparable German employees in the long run about 20 percent. This of course requires that they work in a company that also value achieved in or with China and benefit from one such employee. Background: Personalglobal is the specialist around China with headquarters in Frankfurt am Main as recruiters. Customers are mainly medium-sized companies, with Chinese or China want to do business and for this purpose are looking for suitable staff in addition to DAX and MDAX. In the first quarter of 2011, the Personalglobal asked exactly 1,000 Chinese candidates under structured selection interviews for the Personalglobal talent pool in regard to their concrete ideas and ways of working. The results from this will be published after, are also explained in a personal phone call.

22 Interesting Professions In Social Media

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

Overview 22 interesting social media professions “you can than make really money?” so many people react when they hear of the new professions in the social media realm. The question is understandable, because often it is not even known what the term “Social Media” just behind. Social media is the umbrella term for communication platforms in the Internet, where user about what they care about and moves can interact. Most Facebook and Twitter, millions participants in all over the world. Social media has opened up innovative opportunities companies, generally to have a constant dialogue with customers, prospective customers and the general public and also to advertise products and services.

It professionals are required of course that are not only technically well versed with Facebook, Twitter & co, but also know how to optimally use the opportunities offered by social media. There so many new occupations have emerged, which in this field Active are to help businesses to move successfully into the world of social media. The famous portal to the topic of occupations and earning potential,, shows 22 different social media occupations with job descriptions and salary information. The most popular occupations are likely to be in the Social Media Manager and the social media analyst. Who operates in the area of social media or there is planning a career, can consult free about professions, required qualifications and earning potential. Just in very new job descriptions, salary comparison is very important to make too low or high demands so that a candidate at interviews or salary negotiations is not in danger.

Also, some valuable tips are given at, as you can convince his boss to be more generous with the content. Who wants to know what he actually gets paid at the end of the month by his company, can on with a gross net calculator salary net of taxes and Get social security contributions. Before changing the individual analysis of the content offered on this website is very helpful – so can identify everyone, how much he is worth to a new employer. More information on:…