While there are some that are clearly inappropriate, not all of them are so obvious. Here are a few types of illegal interview questions you should watch out for.
Let's face it: job search can be challenging, and staying motivated during a FRUSTRATING job search can seem impossible sometimes. However, it's critical that you stay positive. Otherwise, you risk falling into a downward spiral, which will only make things worse.
Having problems with a difficult co-worker? It can be frustrating when you feel like this person is acting inappropriately, isn’t doing his or her job, or is simply acting like a roadblock between you and success within the company. Here are some tips for handling the situation.
Do you wake up on Sunday morning already DREADING going into work the next day? Does the thought of walking into the office make you sick to your stomach? Find out why you're miserable at work (and how you can fix it once and for all).
Confidence. Some people have it, other people lack it, but everybody wants it. Here are some things you can do each day to increase your confidence level...
Talking about salary doesn’t have to be awkward. The important thing is to be prepared. The last thing you want to do is to price yourself out of a job because you didn’t know you asked for too much. Or worse, sell yourself short because you didn’t ask for enough...
You just got a NEW LinkedIn connection - Woo hoo! Okay, now what? How can you start building your professional relationship with this person so you add value to each other's network? Here are some tips for getting a dialog started with new LinkedIn connections.
When you're REALLY nervous for a job interview, it can work against you. You might not realize it, but your nervousness can actually make you overcompensate and appear arrogant, which can hurt your first impression. Instead of risking looking overconfident during interviews, apply these tips.