Workplace Survival & Success

  • Workplace Survival: Seniority or Money

    For employees who are tenured and enjoy their job, seniority may offer additional benefits that changing jobs may not offer. While additional money is always good, job happiness, stability and knowledge of the company offers other benefits. For new college...
    By Finn Orfano July 2, 2011 

  • Turning Your Personality Traits Into Marketing Skills: Some Examples

    It's just not possible to shine at some jobs without the right personality. Before condemning yourself to a lifetime of work in a field you will grow to detest, check out these examples of marketable skills that will help you find a career path that...
    By Charles M Bowen July 1, 2011 

  • Tips for Obtaining the Best Appearance at Work

    The workplace is a lot more than just showing up and collecting your paycheck. If you expect to move up in the organization, you will have to pull off a delicate balancing act of projecting professionalism, dealing with snakes and sharks in the workplace...
    By Charles M Bowen July 1, 2011 


  • The Menace of Negative Communication at the Office

    Increased workload and the state of the economy often means that many people are very stressed and under pressure. As a result, negative communication at the workplace is becoming common. Learn how to avoid this personally and to respond to others when...
    By Winston Smith June 30, 2011 

  • Apply Positive Workplace Behavior To Soar Greater Heights

    Work behavior refers to the way in which a person reacts to situations or acts at work, and positive behavior entail making reactions that benefit rather than harm. Employees who leverage the power of positive work behavior succeed in transforming themselves...
    By N Nayab June 30, 2011 

  • Why You Should Create a Career Portfolio Right Away

    If ever there was a magic bullet for getting a job you love, it would be the creation of career portfolio. From helping you identify where you are headed to lending credibility at the job interview, this resource is amazing.
    By Marjory Pilley June 27, 2011 


  • What Makes a Great Salesperson?

    High-achieving salespeople are always in great demand in organizations. What personalities and skills do they possess the ordinary salesperson does not? There are a few common threads that run through all top salespeople. Learn these traits, and you’ll...
    By Mike Sweeney June 26, 2011 

  • Dealing With Destructive Energy in the Workplace

    When faced with any kind of negativity on the job, what do you do? Negative energy can engulf even the best intentioned employees. Learn to control your reactions and you will learn to control your career.
    By Mike Sweeney June 25, 2011 

  • Experience Bonding and Teaching on 'Bring Your Child to Work Day'

    "Take Your Child to Work Day" activities give youngsters the opportunity to see a parent’s daily job from the inside out. Parents, children and businesses partner in making this day a success. Avoid boredom and missed learning opportunities...
    By Sylvia Cochran June 25, 2011 

  • Qualities of a Successful Manager: What Great Managers Do Everyday

    The increasingly competitive pressures that place more demands on performance make more and more people seek to understand what qualities make for a successful manager. Successful managers do things right by following some time-tested approaches to improve...
    By N Nayab June 25, 2011 
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