If you want something done right, you should make sure everyone does it the way you do, right? It turns out those who micromanage are hurting themselves, their employees and their companies.
Even with unemployment rates remaining stubbornly high, many industries report thousands of jobs that remain unfilled. These are good jobs that require technical skills that the applicants simply do not have. We have to ask the question, is a college education really the ticket to the “good life”?
We’ve all experienced working with someone who doesn’t take direction, and thinks they are always right… but wait… what if YOU are that person? Learn how to become a teachable employee, and set yourself up for success.
Along with the rise of more flexible work hours, some entrepreneurs and start-ups are participating in shared work environments or coworking. These companies are finding traditional office space unnecessary and instead meet in people’s living rooms or rented space. Learn more about this trend.
Do you check emails before you leave the house for work? Do you work after dinner at home, well in to the night? If you do, you are part of the workshifting trend. Workshifting is a recently coined term for doing work outside what are considered regular business hours (9-5, 8-4, etc.)
You’re at work and you look at the clock. It’s only 2pm. And it’s only Wednesday. Two days and 3 hours to go until the weekend. And time feels like it’s standing still. Aaagh!
Just because you have finished college doesn’t mean you give up homework! Life-long learning is the secret to success in your career and personal life. Learn five reasons you should keep learning in your adult life, both professionally and to achieve personal goals.
If you are interested in taking your career to the next level, but unsure or afraid of what to do next, then this article can help! Get tips on overcoming hang-ups and advancing in your career.
Is it possible to find the exact job you want—something you love so that when you go to work each day it doesn’t feel like work? Or, should you stop dreaming and settle for just any old career? There are those who say you must love what you do, but is that always possible?
Just what do you get your boss for Christmas? You want him (or her) to think your gift is, well,…clever or classy, unique or intelligent. Certainly you don’t want to seem obsequious or inept, and just imagine how bad you would feel knowing that your boss tossed your gift aside as unusable.