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As the unemployment rate in the USA is 4% as of January 2019, job applicants may be more than happy to accept any job offer that comes their way. However, even if the company looks great and the salary package is too good to be true, there are signs you should look out for to determine whether you are getting the deal of a lifetime or walking into hell hole. #1) Potential Employer Agreed to Your Offer Right Away If the place you were interviewed at is offering you much more than what you are worth, and interviewers did not even negotiate or counter your offer, you should definitely look at other options before becoming the next slave there. #2) The Interviewer Cannot Stop Praising the Work Environment For starters, no one has to TELL you that the work environment is comfortable. This is something you experience yourself and may define differently from others.  If your interviewer tells you how “fun” the environment is, run in the other direction because no one wants you to have fun on the company’s clock. #3) You are not Allowed to Talk to Your Co- workers Work environments become really comfortable if you mingle with your co-workers. So, if the company is forcing you to not converse with your colleagues, chances are that it is trying to hide something. So, decline the job offer and seek a better opportunity. #4) The Interviewer Talk s about Negative Reviews During t he Interview Test the waters by asking about negative reviews in a direct yet polite manner and observe how the interviewer reacts. If the interviewer gets mad or starts to blame other people, this is not the environment you want to work in. #4) The Employer Cannot Explain Why This Vacancy Exists You should always ask about the spot you are filling, why it is vacant, and what happened to the employer who held it before you. A good growing company will have reasons like “the previous person got promoted” or “we are expanding the team of this department”. If they do not have such positive explanations, you should definitely be concerned. #5) Many People a re Leaving the Company Research the company before accepting a job offer. If you find out that it has a big turnover rate, the conditions there are not comfortable. Do not go for a company that has a turnover rate of more than 30-50% because the average turnover rate in the US is under 20% . #6) Communication Has Been Unprofessional If you are getting calls in the middle of the night or the emails you received have flowery, superfluous language, this is not the company you should work for. If the communication is far from professional, chances are that the company may be waiting for an expert like you to take the reins. #7) There are Discrepancies Between the Actual Interview and Terms in the Offer If the things stated in your job offer were not discussed during the interview, there may be poor communication between the HR department and the manager or even deception. These are red flags which can indicate worse issues in the future. #8) Your Work-Life Balance May be at Stake If the job description on the offer letter suggests that you will be working extra hours or traveling often, your work-life balance may become unhealthy. So, refuse the offer if you want to give your family and yourself some time as well. #9) You Do Not Have the Right Motives When accepting a job, you move away from negative things towards positive things. If you are accepting an offer because you are tired of your current employer or want to leave the unemployment pool, re-consider the job offer because you may be jumping from the pan and into the fire. If you notice any of these nine signs, send your CV around so that you can get a job that is more suitable for you.
One of the cruel realities of working in sales is that you need to constantly evolve and absorb new sales tricks to stand out. Even if your goal is not to become the top salesperson in your company, you need to constantly hone your skills to avoid having someone replace you. While enrolling in courses is one way around this, there are a few things you can read to boost your career. In fact, here are 25 resources that will provide you with tons of tips, tricks and wisdom. The Best Sales Blogs Out There There are many blogs you can bookmark or easily subscribe to in order to learn about the latest in your field. The following are the top sales blogs as they were established by the best in the world of sales and are updated on a regular basis.       Partners in Excellence       Danwald Schmidt’s Blog       The Sales Blog       The Sales Hunter       A Sales Guy       Heinz Marketing Blog       Fearless Selling       Sales Hacker Blog       Fill the Funnel       Marketo Blog      Jill Konrath The Twitter Feeds of Sales Gurus If you want to get advice from industry experts and learn how successful people made it to the top, here are some people you should be following on Twitter.   @KevinGaither   @RevenueEngineer   @iPullRank   @JakeTDunlap   @cschaeffer   @derekgrant Sales Books We Love Nothing beats learning from a book, especially if you actually have some time on your hands to skim through a paperback version or a Kindle one.   How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie   Unlimited Power: The New Science of Personal Achievement by Tony Robbins New Sales Simplified   by Mike Weinberg The Challenger Sale   by Matthew Dixon   7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey   Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill The Science of Selling   by David Hoffeld SPIN Selling  by Neil Rackham In addition to these great readable resources, you can always opt for videos or podcasts such as Lynda.Com Career Development Videos  and  Close.io Remember that the key to your success and career growth depends on how quickly you become a SpongeBob of sale tricks. So, start honing your skills this month and every month.
  Manhattan can no longer claim to be NYC's central location for technology companies. With its large availability of office space and affordable rent, Brooklyn has become an strong attraction for tech companies.         Maker's Row Brooklyn Maker's Row is the future of manufacturing. As an online marketplace, we are driving the next American industrial revolution by supporting small business manufacturing. Launched in November 2012, the Maker's Row community has grown to over 5K American manufacturers and 60K ands from first-time entrepreneurs to big box ands. The ultimate goal of Maker's Row is to be the leading platform for SMB product creation.' Founded in November 2012, Maker's Row is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY. At Maker's Row, creative thinking and problem solving are at the cornerstone of our operation as we push the boundaries of knowledge and access to product manufacturing. We are a tight-knit team where individual contributions play a vital role in shaping our product daily. We are looking for leaders with drive, creativity and a strong belief in teamwork. Our marketplace focuses on empowering entrepreneurs and small businesses by making the manufacturing process easy to understand and access domestically. At Maker's Row, you will have the opportunity to work with a talented, hard-working team in bringing much needed change to a vital sector of the US economy. Hiring:   Account Manager Marketplace Growth Intern                                                    Gocus Brooklyn It is said that if you don't know where you're going, any road will take you there. That's why Gocus was never designed to be just another recordkeeping or scheduling program. Instead, it is a custom-built system that is slated to change the way life insurance and other professionals handle their day-to-day altogether. How? By making sure there's a constant, clear goal in place, at the forefront. With you, we have what it takes to go far. Gocus is on a mission to attract qualified thinkers and doers of a certain mindset. We are seeking to combine the talents of individuals who have the wherewithal to join a startup &ndash' a well-funded and well-caffeinated startup, as it were &ndash' instead of becoming another number at a large institution. If you want to impact difference, we want to know you. Join us and be valued. Be heard. Be part of our core team. Assume a position, not just employment, with a competent company that's already serving clients and has a promising future ahead. You in? Hiring:   Sales Executive                                               Storyhunter Brooklyn Storyhunter is an online platform connecting media companies and ands with the world's top freelance journalists and filmmakers. For media companies, ands, and NGO's, we make it simple to find, hire, and pay freelancers anywhere for any kind of production. For journalists, filmmakers, production companies, agencies, we connect you with some of the most interesting and rewarding opportunities on the planet. We're solving a problem nobody else has tackled before. We are helping freelancers and media companies cover the important, untold stories of our planet. And we're nice people. Hiring:   Sales Manager Sales                                                                                           EnergyHub Brooklyn EnergyHub, an independent subsidiary of Alarm.com, provides a cloud-hosted platform for managing energy use in homes and small businesses. Together, EnergyHub and Alarm.com are leading the Internet of Things revolution: Alarm.com has more than two million subscribers, and almost a million people are connected to EnergyHub. Thermostat manufacturers white-label EnergyHub's software to give their users a simple and convenient way to control wi-fi thermostats from any smartphone. Utilities use EnergyHub to keep the power grid stable. Home security and cable companies use EnergyHub to bake cutting-edge energy management capabilities into their existing products. EnergyHub is leveraging its leadership position in the IoT to develop the most advanced, intelligent device-control technologies in the world. We're on track to triple our revenue from 2014 to 2015, and we're making a huge environmental impact while saving our customers a ton of money. Come join us. Our team of engineers, designers, and developers are also beer ewers, race car drivers, cooks, photographers, and DJs. We are curious, collaborative, and creative in and out of the work place. Whether discussing NoSQL database limitations during our gourmet lunch club or testing our apps on an employee's new Android phone, we like to solve problems. EnergyHub offers great benefits, including: company-paid medical, dental, and vision benefits for you and your dependents, 401(k), stock options, paid vacations, delicious snacks, foosball, and more! Hiring:   VP - Utility Sales
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