Guide for abbreviations of management positions

Sometime ago a “big brother”, now another big brother… Born to CEO, his forehead wrote it 😉 We just learned what what is the meaning of “Goroubso”, “KrushSlivDyulPrasPlod” or “KifBanMekGevrekSnab” in our daily lives invaded new cuts. Not so new, yet few people know what exactly what it means. (more…) Click:FacebookTwitterGoogleLinkedInPrintEmail
March 26th, 2014 by lz3ai 

Business cards – a mandatory attribute of modern communication and protocol

History Once, many years ago, during the III century AD in China, officials at court were required to prepare special paper cards (you do the Chinese have invented paper – what not to do). These cards calligraphers inscribed the names and positions of employees. Thus arose the cards. Chinese peasants, however, they were expressly forbidden to have business cards. I wonder why they were banned...

January 31st, 2014 by lz3ai 


Naturally, it is necessary to prepare for the interview, even if you do not know when and where will be held. The ability to present an interview is often decisive for the outcome of each competition for work. Therefore, you should not leave your fate in the hands of chance. We need a careful preparation for the meeting with a potential employer, without leave in him the impression that all you have...

November 14th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Job Offers

Read job. Have you ever thought over their creation and publication? If you do, in good will can form your psychological profile of the head of the company or mode of operation in the company itself. Often the creation of ads engage employers themselves, suggesting that dealing with work that is not their job… 😉 Ie maybe a bad organization? Will immediately recognize such adverts – encrypted...

November 14th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Other Documents

Other Documents Everyone is crazy with their numbers – difficult to predict all the documents that you want. It’s good to have multiple copies of all diplomas, annexes and certificates of completed courses, diplomas, awards, you name it, before he thought of your future employer. So you are reduced if nothing else, at least travel expenses. It will high demand … and again …....

November 14th, 2011 by lz3ai 


Many employers want mandatory photo, even if you do not watch all day ;-§). This understanding is usually at the wrong time, so please always ready with some pictures format for personal documents – this format is most often required. Format for personal documents (more…) Click:FacebookTwitterGoogleLinkedInPrintEmail
November 14th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Curriculum Vitae – CV

General Your CV unlock the closed doors of potential employers. Curriculum Vitae (CV) The first impression of you is created by your CV and one thing is for sure – you do not want to make it only. Good-looking, well performing, yet credible and realistic CV can encourage companies to devote a few minutes to talk with you and exploring your professional experience and potential. (more…) Click:FacebookTwitterGoogleLinkedInPrintEmail
November 14th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Letter of application, and Cover Letter

This is not just “something like a new version of” the good old “Application form”… Letters of application in our most used is the cover letter, so he turns and attention. The cover letter should add value to your CV in terms of content . Makes no sense to repeat the same thing twice, but in different forms , by simply changing the wording and format. Cover Letter Get...

November 14th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Job Search

Introduction Here you will be dealing with something more earthy than to earn a lot of money on the Internet … For these experiments’m a dissenting opinion, if anyone wishes to get acquainted with such methods of “getting rich”, you can always visit a suitable site for this topic … Yet you decided to change your life? Dare not risk their own business in order for obvious...

November 14th, 2011 by lz3ai 

Interview: Preparation

To prepare well for the interview, you should have an idea of ​​what it represents, and any variations thereof not to be surprised at the last minute. Do not expect to speak in the interview, especially the first, with his future employer. Usually done by a professional, but that does not scare you. Even has some advantages if you are familiar with the nature of his professionalism. Apparently...

November 12th, 2011 by lz3ai