Job Essays

A Job Interview

Interview is an important step when you want to work in most places. Doing well in a job interview will highly get you the job. There are certain things you will want to do to prepare for a good interview. First, you should be knowledgeable. Try to get as much information as you can about the company and the position you are applying for. The interviewers usually ask you something related to your job, so you can answer it confidently….

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5eeg Online Task

What is meant by employee engagement? The CIPD (2014) factsheet states that Employee Engagement is a concept that ‘is generally seen as an internal state of being – physical, mental and emotional – that brings together earlier concepts of work effort, organisational commitment, job satisfaction and ‘flow’ (or optimal experience)’. An engaged workforce willingly demonstrates discretionary effort within their roles; their goals and values reflect that of their employers/organisation; they express a passion for work, feel valued and that their…

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My Dream Job

I just went through an interesting and instructive exercise; writing one-page synopses of three of my screenplays for a producer. Here’s what I learned: if you can’t write a gripping one-page synopsis of a screenplay, your plot points aren’t very dramatic. Two of the scripts proved pretty easy to summarize and make dramatic (well, as dramatic as you can make something when describing it in one page). But with one of the stories I kept writing out the dramatic moments…

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Individual Summary of Team Discussion

The team assignment for week two was to first discuss the week’s objectives with our team members. The objectives for week two were to explain how a job analysis is used to create a job description and to explain the functions of a job description. A job analysis is an in-depth study of various collected information about the specific duties, key responsibilities, skills needed, essential competencies, outcomes and work environment of a job. With analyzing you see the bigger picture…

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Place of Business I Would Like to Work Upon Graduation

The contemporary state of affairs in relation to the crisis facing the pharmacy and hospital in general is both compelling and confounding. The decisions based on the recruitment hiring, retention and staffing makes the crisis very compelling as they are usually given the first priority for a majority of managers in the pharmacy departments in hospitals. Similarly the problem is confounding as a majority of the pharmacy departments appear to be facing a worsening situation for these crises and there…

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On the Job Hardship

It is a common knowledge that on the job hardship is inevitable because after all, finishing a course in college is most often learning only the concepts, theories and principles in the area of interest.  After graduating, an individual may start looking for a Job. When being employed, then the initial difficulties must be hurdled.  This is getting to be familiar with work, co-workers, and institutional by-laws, and this will be the first time that real experience and touch of…

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Job Interview Process

This is a research paper that examines the job interview process details among U. S. employers, lists the general preparations that a job applicant needs for the job interview, and presents professional advise on the successful strategies for the job interview. First, this paper will present the different types of job interviews then it will list the common structured job interview process details from the perspectives of both the employer and job applicant. Afterwards, it will note certain human resource…

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The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974

All workers have a right to work in places where risks to their health and safety are properly controlled. Health and safety is about stopping you getting hurt at work or ill through work. Your employer is responsible for health and safety, but you must help. What employers must do for you. Decide what could harm you in your job and the precautions to stop it. This is part of risk assessment in any way you can understand, explain how…

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Recruiting and Managing Employees

Job descriptions are a vital part of recruiting and managing employees. These written summaries of jobs ensure that applicants and current employees have clear understanding of their roles and what is expected of them in order to be held accountable. Despite the various job descriptions and posts for new hire, it is imperative that job descriptions be thoroughly written because it will help employees understand the major areas of their job or position and also help attract the right candidates…

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Job Satisfaction

Learning as a way to improve happiness: When a worker is satisfied, then happiness would be realized later on. As a worker is able to get the idea that his efforts are contributing to the growth of the company, he is able to feel the true sense of being satisfied and happy with his job. His duties become his achievements and these achievements become the source of his inner happiness. Learning as a way to boost self-esteem: When a person…

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My Perfect Vacation

A perfect vacation, in my opinion, would consist of a ocean nearby a lavish, roomy beach house, under a sunny blue sky. To add to this fantasy, a nice breeze would be perfect to make the palm tree leaves wave hello to me, as my hair sways in it’s subtle winds. A beach that is nearby is fundamental for so many reasons. One activity a person could do while walking along the shore is looking for sea shells, which are…

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The Upside of Anger_

A researcher doing a case study on emotions in organizations interviewed Laura, a person who is very dissatisfied with her job. Laura described her workplace as cold and unproductive and explained how she is surviving in this hostile environment. It seems that she has learned not to care about her job and sees it as a means to an end. She used to care but now she just goes with it. Everybody need get paid. 1. Do you think Laura…

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Three Signs of a Miserable Job

In his book entitled, “Three Signs of a Miserable Job,” Patrick Lencioni discusses job satisfaction by defining or rather, identifying the signs of a miserable job. According to the author there are stark differences between a job that is simply just “bad” from one that is “miserable.” The author uses many different examples throughout the book to stress his point and at the end is able to show that having a “miserable” job is not something that always has to…

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How to Motivate Employees

Introduction A “Dark Horse” company was founded in 1994, which is well known for manufacturing tires in Uzbekistan for local cars. The company produces low prized tires which is more affordable for citizens. However organization is facing high competitiveness in the local market, moreover, the problems concerned with the location of the company which is far from the city center, as a result, it has high turnover rate. “Dark Horse” company contains 50 employees, 5 of them works in Administration,…

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Types of Resumes

An effective resume is a job-seeker’s best instrument to get his foot at the door of the potential employer. How an individual who is looking for a job presents himself in his resume can determine if he can be considered further for the position that he is interested in. It is the key element which will be the basis whether an employer will schedule the applicant for more evaluations such as psychological exams, skills tests, and more importantly, the very…

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