One of the most common questions in the IT industry is on the topic of salary. What salary is expected? How much can I earn? Is my salary at the expected level of someone with my experience? Let’s have a look at some of the IT salaries and how you can find out more information about it.
Most IT workers don’t have to communicate with senior management. It’s not part of their role, and there are usually other managers who are responsible for communicating between the senior managers and the other employees in the team.
Meetings in the IT industry a part of the job. Some people like them, some people don’t. At some stage in your IT career, you might be required to run IT meetings. Here are a few tips to run an effective meeting.
We all want to be great at our jobs. We all want to keep our jobs. We all want to get paid more, and some of us even want to get promoted. To achieve all of this, we have to improve our work performance. I’ve put together a list of ten tips on how to improve work performance, which I believe should help you in reaching any of your work goals you have set!
Everyone can spot someone who sucks up to their boss. It stands out like a sore thumb. They compliment them all the time, talk to them a lot about work and personal things in a manner that makes them seem like they’re only doing it to get noticed, as well as many other things that make them seem like they’re sucking up to them.
The key to impressing your boss is to be able to do it without sucking up. I’ve listed eleven tips that will help you to impress your boss without sucking up! That’s right, eleven!
Making mistakes – it’s a fact of life. Without mistakes or failure, there is no success. If you’ve never made a mistake, there’s a good chance you’re lying. It’s ok, everyone makes mistakes. I’ve made some in my time in the IT industry. The important thing is how to deal with them when you realise they have happened.
If you have a manager at work – and let’s face it, most of us do – you’ll most likely need to provide them with updates on the work that you’re doing. Whether it’s assigned to you by them, or from someone else from another team or project, you’ll get asked on the status of your work. Giving an effective status report is something that is underrated in the IT workplace, and if done well, your manager will appreciate it.