Two recent surveys reveal some interesting things about what’s important to employees and employers.
In the first survey, employees were asked what was most important about their job. Job security came in first, with health benefits a close second. Other things mentioned as being important to employees were a balance between work and life, salary, and retirement benefits.
The second survey asked employers what mistakes job candidates made most frequently in job interviews. The biggest mistake candidates made was having little or no knowledge of the company at which they were applying. Other big mistakes applicants make included being unprepared to discuss their skills or their goals and failing to make eye contact with the interviewer.
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