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Is There A Job For Me? 3 Tips For Taming That Post-Graduation Fear Many students and grads ponder the question: is there a suitable career for me at the end of my degree? Will my skills fit the requirements of the positions out there?...
Achieving a Balance: Happiness and Productivity Pressure at work can have a tendency to take over our lives, and though we know that there’s more to life than work, we can get so caught up in hours spent behind a computer screen that these facts may be easily forgotten. Family, friends, hobbies, and sports are unintentionally neglected as we fill our time with more and more work...
How to find an employer you can believe in: 6 key questions to ask We all want to work for a company that we can feel good about and that’s aligned with our core values. So how do you find an employer you can believe in? Here are a few key questions to ask…
New Rule: You Have to Start Adding "Yet" to Every Sentence That Starts With "I Can't" Think of the last time you asserted that you just weren’t good at something. Got it? Alright, now take that sentence and add the word “yet” to the end of it....
How to Break the News to Your Boss That You Don't Want to Climb the Ladder You’re in the middle of your annual performance review and your manager asks what your goals are for the upcoming year. She expects you to launch into how you’d like to grow and advance; but truthfully, the voice inside your head is saying, I want to be right here doing the same thing—I really like where I am!...
I'm the boss – 10 tips to become a great leader Stepping into a new leadership role can be daunting. Anyone in this position for the first time faces huge challenges to convince their hiring managers they made the right choice. While it’s a time for celebration, some will be afraid how they’ll cope, and worry about how to lead staff effectively and convincingly. So how can you become a great leader and win the trust of your team?
3 Reasons Businesses Struggle with Hiring Today According to recent research by the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), 68 percent of HR professionals across industries report challenging recruiting conditions in the current talent market. And the number of HR professionals who say they’re currently working in a difficult hiring climate is up nearly 20 percent, year over year...
5 Signs You're Ready to Be a Manager (That Have Nothing to Do With Being Good at Your Current Job) You’re interested in stepping up into a management role with your current company, but there’s just one question that keeps nagging at you: Are you ready?...
What to Do if Your Network Isn't Helping You Get a Job When you’re an active job seeker, well-wishing people will be ever so quick to tell you, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” Or, “It all boils down to networking.”...
Don't Quit Your Job Yet If you are having problems at work, you may be tempted to quit your job. There are certainly good reasons to leave. Some problems, though, can be resolved without quitting. If you would rather stay at your current place of employment, it may be worth trying these solutions. Here are some common workplace problems and possible fixes you should consider before you resort to quitting your job:
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