Agriculture talent is in HIGH DEMAND! Whether you have a college degree or not, if you are willing to work hard, treat people with respect, learn and grow, you can have a long and very successful career in ANY ONE of these job categories no matter who you are, where you’re from, or what your educational background may be.
While resolutions tend to focus on personal life, it’s beneficial to create resolutions or goals for the workplace too. Here are a few resolutions that should be easy to keep.
“Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.” If we can choose to be happy, wouldn’t everyone do that? Doesn’t our environment decide our level of happiness?
Most hiring managers will ask for references once you make it past the interview process, with some asking before the interview. How do you know who to list?
Interviews are an important piece of the hiring process. But sometimes candidates make statements that don’t sit so well with the interviewer. If you want to avoid them in the future, check out these tips & tricks.
Thank-you to Rachel Granstra from Litte House on the Feedlot for allowing us to share this from her social media page. It’s so true – FARMING TAKES A FAMILY – especially during the crazy Harvest season!!
Enjoy a little humor as we are starting to see the fall harvest begin!! Learn how to read minds and become a master interpreter of hand signals for the sake of your farm and all who grace it with their presence during the blessed season of harvest.
Identifying what motivates you and what is most important to your career and your life is essential. This insight will allow you to make career decisions with confidence.
It’s funny where life can take you. For instance, a young man from Iowa, a soil sampling & crop scouting intern, never planned on completing an internship with a cooperative. In fact, he never planned on pursuing agriculture at all.
Recognition is a fundamental human need. At the most basic level, it makes us feel valued, which is what inspires us to stay all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed at work. Out of all the things that matter in the workplace, helping employees feel appreciated is the most important one.