By Svenja Hofert
Der Traumjob ist in Reichweite, alle Bewerbungsunterlagen sind bereit aber wie soll das Anschreiben formuliert werden, damit der potenzielle Arbeitgeber auf Anhieb überzeugt ist, den richtigen Kandidaten für die Stelle vor sich zu haben? Nur wenn das Anschreiben stimmt, werden die anderen Bewerbungsunterlagen überhaupt geprüft. In diesem Ratgeber erfahren Sie in Kürze, worauf es bei der formalen und stilistischen Gestaltung ankommt. Zahlreiche Muster für Formulierungen regen die eigenen Ideen an. Der praktische Ratgeber wird ergänzt durch Tipps zur perfekten UmSetzung der Anschreiben in einem Online-Formular oder according to electronic mail und durch Hinweise auf die Gestaltung der anderen Bewerbungsunterlagen.
Die eigene Kompetenz und Leistungsmotivation in Kurzform präsentieren: Schritt für Schritt zum individuellen und überzeugenden Anschreiben. Tipps zur formalen und stilistischen Gestaltung des Anschreibens
On most sensible: Tipps zur on-line- und E-Mail-Bewerbung und Gestaltung der kompletten Bewerbungsmappe
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We are not alone in considering explicitly what might constitute good and bad work. Writers have used various terms for ‘good’ and ‘bad’, and have developed various frameworks. 8 We draw on Hodson’s useful deliberations, and comment on his categorisation below. His concept of dignity is a valuable one, but, as with alienation, we feel that simply to use the terms ‘good work’ and ‘bad work’ allows us more ﬂexibility, and to cover the normative ground more easily. Russell Keat (2009) makes a similar move to us, preferring the term ‘good work’ to the term ‘meaningful work’ as discussed by a number of political philosophers, such as Rawls (1971) and Schwartz (1982): ‘work that is interesting, that calls for intelligence and initiative, and that is attached to a job that gives the worker considerable freedom to decide how the work is to be done’ (Arneson 1987: 522).
26 For all autonomy is limited, in that individuals and groups are, to some extent at least, socially constituted by others beyond themselves. This ‘limitation’ can be seen as a desirable aspect of human sociality. Total autonomy in any sphere of life – whether artistic, scientiﬁc or ethical – is an impossible ideal, because there is no life without constraints or determinants. We intend the term in a sociological sense that retains its connections to these philosophical origins. It is often applied to groups, including groups of workers, as much as to individuals.
Again, as with meaninglessness, self-estrangement was also about the relationship between work and the rest of life. ‘When work is self-estranging, occupation does not contribute in an aﬃrmative manner to personal identity and selfhood, but instead is damaging to self-esteem’ (p. 31). These various aspects of alienation had two features in common, Blauner felt. One was that each alienated state made it more probable that workers could be used as means, rather than ends in themselves (1964: 33).