Skills that are specific to doing a particular job.
skills that can transfer from one job to another
Skills that can apply to more than one type of job.
individuals can demonstrate to employers that they have these skills when they are looking looking for a job
Lack of experience.
Innappropriate comments or behavior in the interview.
Poor use of English language.
An employer may have little time to spend on a hiring decision.
An employer might conclude that the employee is committed, dedicated to their job, and is dependable. However, just because an employee is always on time, and rarely absent, does not necessarily mean he/she is a good worker or the best fit for a task or position. There are many other things an employer must consider to include, expertise, personal abilities, communication skills, working within a team environment, critical thinking skills, putting team and organizational interests over personal interests, etc.
Assimilation is the synonym for enculturation.
Customers provide revenue.
Being on the high school golf team.
There are many different skills of a storekeeper. Some of these skills include critical thinking, coordination, service orientation, management, decision making, and complex problem solving.
job content skills
both the employer and emplyee have something to offer that the other one wants
applying for a library card
think on their feet to solve problems and take advantage of opportunities as they arise
give the best answer possible; add the requested informatin to your personal information sheet
weather or not it gets the applicants an interview
-Both have a list of particular needs and wants .
assign some responsabilities to the employee
stop cheating ;)
The employer often has many choices in applicants.
to provide a safe a healthful workplace for all employees