Working as part of a successful team here in Morgan McKinley, I thought about what comparisons I could draw between teams that succeed and teams that don’t and I decided upon a combination of key factors that play a pivotal role in success. Here are some essential factors behind a successful team:
While it is great to see some positive media out there in relation to a general uptake in the wider economy, it seems people are still very much feeling doom and gloom in relation to the jobs market.
The Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor measures the pulse of the Irish professional jobs market by tracking the number of new job vacancies and new candidates within the Republic of Ireland each month.
I'm constantly speaking to candidates who want to advance their career and apply for roles where they match 50% of the spec but where they feel they can learn on the job as they progress in the new role. Today, companies demand people with proven skills, qualifications and specific experience. So how does one go from having limited experience to being the fully formed lead candidate? One thing is for sure, there is no such thing as overnight success!
Whether you’re a recent IT Graduate or currently completing your IT degree, you’re probably wondering what next.
Happy New Year from the tax and practice desk at Morgan McKinley!
Social Media – there’s no getting away from it. Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Pinterest, My Space…chances are most people in your circles are active users of at least one of them. And that includes your professional circle, bosses, prospective bosses and people who could potentially refer you into your next role.
If you’re like me, thoughts of Christmas in early November are quickly swept under the carpet with a touch of 'bah-humbug' to avoid any unnecessary spending. However, in the jobs market, early November is more like Christmas Eve and time for procrastination is running out by the hour.
We introduced our very own Tanya Thomas last week as the new resident Job Doctor for the Kilkenny People. This week we see Tanya tackling her first career problem, an email from one of the Kilkenny People readers.