The New Year is approaching quickly as this working year comes to an end. Since many professionals are anticipating holiday vacations, itʼs understandable why thoughts of work performance tend to enter a bit of a Twilight Zone. Weʼre on your side—who wants to spend time brainstorming ideas on year-end performances when good food, paid time off, and cheerful festivities are on the way?
These days, more and more workers are paying attention to the benefits offered at their potential workplace.
Employees are looking at things like flex time, paid paternity leave, and unlimited paid time off when considering where to work.
Another benefit people are looking for? A pet-friendly office!
It's easy to become distracted at work as the end of the year approaches.
With the holidays approaching, many people start thinking about their upcoming time off and making plans with family and friends. But, it's important to not let this joyous time of year get you off track at work. A sluggish finish to the year could easily spoil what was mostly a good year on the job.
Finding a job in todayʼs digital era can feel like youʼre traveling through a black hole.
Youʼre sucked into this career space thatʼs twisted and turbulent. Your self-esteem and intrinsic value is being killed as you sit back and go through the motions. Youʼre also bombarding yourself with questions like...
It can be very demanding looking for another job when your current one is continually stressing you out. After all, when you get home from a long and frustrating day, the last thing you want to do is give any more thought to the world of work.Unfortunately, most new jobs don't just fall into your lap—you have to go out and get them. Approaching your job search as strategically and as systematically as you would approach your next business deal can help keep the process manageable. Here are three keys to a successful job search:
Veterans and active military personnel sacrifice a lot in service to the country and deserve our respect and admiration.
Despite this sacrifice, many veterans still face an uphill battle when trying to transition back into everyday life. One of the biggest challenges faced by some veterans is getting back into the workforce.