Amanda Haddaway

Amanda HaddawayTwitter: @ahaddaway LinkedIn: /in/amandahaddaway Personal Website/Blog: www.amandahaddaway.com Bio: Amanda Haddaway is a leader in the human resources field, as well as being an accomplished writer and marketing practitioner. She has been quoted in several national publications for her HR and marketing expertise and has written her own book, Destination Real World: Success After Graduation For New And Soon-To-Be College Graduates. Over the past decade, Amanda has worked in many facets of human resources and marketing, including recruiting, training, employee communications, corporate compliance, social media and advertising campaign development. She currently serves as the director of human resources and marketing for Folcomer Equipment Corporation, a multi-state construction equipment dealership. Prior to her employment at Folcomer Equipment, Amanda worked for SRA International, a Fortune 100 Best Company to Work For. Amanda holds a master's degree from the George Washington University and a bachelor's degree from James Madison University. What's your favorite career related quote? “Today is a new day. You will get out of it just what you put into it.” (Mary Pickford) What’s your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? I have a passion for solving complex problems with a creative spin. CAREEREALISM is the perfect platform to share my expertise with a wide-ranging audience and help people conquer their own job-seeking challenges. Articles written by this expert: How to Beat the Interview Jitters Tips for Making Your Online Image Employer-Ready New Tool Helps Job Seekers See Connections Inside Companies #1 Reason to Attend a Networking Event Even if You Don’t Know Anyone Your Resume is the Reason You Don’t Get Interviews Top 5 Tips to Successfully Attend a Networking Event Top 8 Tips for Job Fair Success 3 Essential Office Etiquette Tips Top 4 Tips on How to Prepare for a Job Interview Top 3 Tips for Telephone Etiquette Top 3 Interview Questions You Should Ask How to Handle Tough Interview Questions 3 Tips for an Appropriate Workplace Appearance How to Build Positive Workplace Relationships Social Media Guidelines for Young Professionals How to Find an Internship How to Prepare for an Entry-Level Interview Finding a Place to Live Once You Graduate – Part 1 Finding a Place to Live Once You Graduate – Part 2 How to Build a Personal Brand While Still in School Why Communication Skills Matter for Young Professionals Tech Tip: What’s Wordle and How Can it Help My Resume? Top 6 Tips for Resume Formatting Top 3 Tips for Phone Interviews 4 Benefits of Mock Interviews Why Your LinkedIn Headline Is So Important Job Seekers: 4 Tips For Staying On The ‘Nice’ List 5 Holiday Party Networking Tips 4 Tips To Keep Your Job Search Moving During The Holidays How To Achieve Your Goals In 2013 Job Seekers: Why You Should Try A Temp Job 5 Tips For Dealing With Difficult Co-Workers Hiring Discrimination Against Tattoos And Piercings Federal Employees: How To Handle A Furlough 4 Options For More Workplace Flexibility Think Your Network Is Too Small? Think Again Learn To Love Your Performance Review 7 Best Tips For Resume Success Why Completing A Job Application Isn’t A Waste Of Time How To Handle Illegal Interview Questions Life After College: Quick Tips For Recent Grads Enhance Existing Skills With A MOOC Job Offers: Understanding The Offer Package

This week on Well This Happened, we discussed Taylor's awkward workplace dilemma.

Taylor recently started a job at a retail store that's solely commission-based. He's really liking it, and learning a lot about sales.

However, his excitement for the job started to decline when the store manager started stealing clients from him and other team members.

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