No matter where you work, and no matter how hard you work, at some point everybody hits a wall where work is the most boring thing in the world.
We’ve all had bad bosses or supervisors who drove us absolutely crazy until we found a way to deal with them.
If you’re looking for a job, you’ve probably had to use Skype to speak with employers at some point. Now more than ever, employers are using Skype as a means of assessing potential employees, discussing terms, and making hires.
Employers and managers know that if you can give your employees the tools to be happier they are going to much less likely to lash out at customers and other co-workers.
If crafted effectively, your résumé is perhaps the most valuable marketing tool you’ve got. After all, in a matter of seconds, its contents can make or break your chances of landing an interview.
We all get frustrated at work and knowing how to deal with anger is not always at the top of our to-do list. There’s not enough time and there are too many things to do. There are also too many things that can go wrong, and quite frankly,…
When you’re searching for a job, the fact that you’re currently unemployed might weigh on you as you consider what potential employers will think about the time you’ve spent out of the workforce.