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MM Unit 8

Managing Your Marketing Career

Benefits other than monetary compensation such as dental, health and vision insurance Benefits
Set of written and unwritten rules of business conduct that make social interaction run more smoothly Business etiquette
An organized collection of information and materials developed to represent you, your preparation, and your accomplishments Career portfolio
Compensation in which employees are paid a percentage of the volume of business for which they are responsible Commission
The money and other benefits people receive for work Compensation
A letter that introduces you and allows you to say why you would do a good job for the company Cover letter / Letter of application
The code of moral conduct that sets standards for what is valued as right or wrong behavior for a person or group Ethics
A career portfolio prepared, maintained, and saved using computer technology Electronic portfolio
Specific teachable abilities that may be required in a given context such as a job Hard skills
A form used to establish the workers eligibility to accept employment in the united states I-9
An application for a position at a company or an organization Job application
The grouping and ordering of physiological, security, social, status, self esteem and self actualization needs created by Abraham Maslow Maslow's hierarchy of needs
The process of speaking to a group of people in a structured, deliberate manner intended to inform, influence, or entertain the listener Public speaking
A brief summary of personal information, skills, work experience, activities, and interest Resume
Compensation paid on other than an hourly basis, such as weekly or monthly Salary
A cluster of personal qualities, habits, attitudes, and social graces that make someone a good employee and compatible to work with Soft skills
An IRS tax form used by employers to determine the correct amount of tax withholding to deduct from employees' wages W-4
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