Posts Tagged ‘corporate optometry careers’

Signs That You Might Be Getting Terminated

Nothing’s more grim than hearing ‘we need to talk’, especially if the order comes from a regional manager or an HR representative at work. Whether you love your current job or not, it goes without saying that no one likes getting their lease terminated. However, laying off executives, ODs and opticians is nothing unusual, especially…

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5 Tips for Climbing the Ladder of Success

The road to success is never just a straight highway. There are plenty of landmines and bunkers on the way, but the trick is to tread skillfully and carefully. Here is everything you need to keep in mind in order to reach the top. 1. Learn to Delegate Often, we feel that in order to…

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5 Ways to Motivate Your Team

One of the most important ingredients for successful teamwork is motivation. Whether it’s a single project or a long-term plan, inspire your team by showing them that you value all the work they do, because at the end of the day, a motivated team is a productive team. 1. Customize Your Rewards While the output…

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Networking Tips for Young ODs

If you are a new graduate or are about to graduate soon networking can help elevate your career and find the job that you want. The ‘key’ to open the doors that will lead you on a path to a successful career is to have a strong peer network that will help you grow. If…

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Tips for Writing a More Effective Job Description

Tips for Writing a More Effective Job Description. Every employer wants to hire the best, most skilled candidate who is just ideal for the job in every aspect. But what is often overlooked in the hunt for talent is the importance of a good job description. If you have vacant positions but hardly receive any…

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Negotiating a Contract in Optometry

After a lengthy search, you finally got a job that is suitable for you or possibly even a perfect fit. But the struggle is not over yet. You still have to sign the employment contract. Often times we do not read the contract before signing it and just trust the employers on their word. But…

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