We believe that the difference between a job and a career
position is a good fit in terms of the following:
1. PRESENT CAPABILITY
PLUS POTENTIAL. You must have the potential capability to be
successful at the job. Your current skills and knowledge plus your
potential to learn must match the requirements to perform well in the
position. If you are a "good fit" your learning curve will be steeper
than average and you will become a superior performer. Superior
performance typically leads to new challenge and opportunity.
MOTIVATION. You must have the opportunity to practice skills and do
things that result in job satisfaction. Successful people often claim
they play and get paid for it. Although this may not be possible for
all, certainly the nature of the work must capture your interest if you
are to feel satisfied with the position.
CULTURE. The prevailing values and ethics of the organization must
match your own. Inconsistencies in this area will inevitably result in
psychological discomfort, feelings of powerlessness and inadequacy,
anger or conflict. Factors such as trust in the organization,
predominant leadership styles, respect for employee worth, availability
of support and opportunities for growth, and company reputation define
the organizational culture.
4. FAIR COMPENSATION.
You must feel that you are being fairly compensated for your efforts or
your motivation to perform will suffer. The lifestyle required by you
and your family must be supported. A shortfall would inevitably result
in a debilitating level of stress.
You and your family must be satisfied with the community, the
educational services, the available lifestyle options and opportunities
provided in the geographic location of your employment. Travel
requirements and commuting time are other factors you will want to
Our focus will be to
assist you in securing a career position that will lead to health and
success for you and your family.