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Padmaja Ganeshan-Singh

Padmaja Ganeshan-Singh is a freelance writer and an HR professional with extensive experience in employee relations, talent management and career development. She can also talk endlessly on the merits and demerits of forced distribution and pay for performance. In her free time, she tries to figure out the personality type of people she meets using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. INTJ anyone? 

 

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Most Recent Posts by PADMAJA GANESHAN-SINGH
  • Hate Your New Job? Here's What to Do Next

    A few weeks into your new job and you’re already dragging your feet on the way to work. You just can’t come to terms with working at this organization and have a sinking feeling whenever you think of a work day. Is It OK to just quit, or do you have to stick it out?
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  • How to Save a Terrible Job Interview

    You’ve done all the prep work for your job interview: rehearsed, brainstormed questions and prepared your answers, planned your itinerary in order to be on time, and gathered your portfolio in case the interviewer asks to see it. By your own high standards, you think you are ready to ace it, but there are still times when you end up with a catastrophic interview, anyway. What can you do to salvage the situation before it becomes a lost cause?
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  • How Should You Choose Your Job References?

    Most employers will ask for references, in order to establish that you're as good as you say you are, and to get a better idea of what you're like to work with. Here's how to choose references that put you in the best light and get you hired.
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  • 5 Things You Should Know About the Reference-Check Process

    Most organizations check the references of a candidate applying for a job, before deciding to move ahead or drop his/her candidature. References essentially serve as endorsements of a candidate’s credentials, work style, and professional conduct. The company wants to make sure they are making the right investment on the right candidate.
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  • How to Bomb Your Job Interview Without Even Saying a Word

    When you're preparing for a job interview, you probably spend the bulk of your time rehearsing answers to common interview questions, or researching the company. These are worthwhile ways to spend your time, but don't forget that when it comes to impressing a hiring manager, it's not just what you say: it's also how you say it. Here's how to master the silent aspects of communicating with a prospective employer.
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  • 7 Tips to Help You in Your Secret Job Search

    Looking for a new job when you already have a job, though common, is a risky proposition. It’s not a comfortable place to be in, especially if your current employer gets a whiff of your intentions. So how can you continue looking for a job without emitting any job-search scent?
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  • 8 Things New Hires Should Do in the First Few Weeks

    You might assume that the first few days and weeks at a new job are pretty much a loss, in terms of productivity. Other than filling out paperwork, attending whatever training your organization provides, and meeting your co-workers, there's not much you can do to hit the ground running, right? Not necessarily. If you make the most out of those first few weeks on the job, you can set yourself up for success later on. Here's how.
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  • 8 Tips to Network in Your New Job

    Think networking is just for getting a job? Think again. If you are new on the job, it helps a great deal to network and get to know your new co-workers. Effective internal networking not only helps establish strong professional (and sometimes personal) connections, but it also helps your career in the long term.
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  • 6 Ways You Can Blow the Job Interview Even Before You Meet Your Interviewer

    You’ve received the call for an on-site interview and you are all excited about meeting and impressing the interviewers. But the way you behave outside the interview room also makes a big difference to your candidature and can easily impact the hiring decision. Here's how to make sure you're not giving the wrong impression to potential co-workers while you're waiting to meet the hiring manager.
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  • 9 Easy Ways to Improve Your Resume in 5 Minutes

    In a time crunch and want to get your CV out the door? Assuming that you've been updating your resume with relevant experience as you acquire it, these quick tips will help you spruce up your resume in a hurry.
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