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During your job search, are you looking at employers that stress diversity in the workforce? You should. Companies that focus on diversity — not just in terms of race, but also gender, sexual orientation, age, culture, educational background, and more — can offer you a lot of benefits other companies can’t.
For 77 percent of us out there, stress is a major factor when it comes to changing jobs.
In business especially, no one is infallible. And in startups, you can only benefit from asking for opinions from people you trust and respect. (Whether you listen to those opinions or not is another issue.)
Question: What’s one major NO you suggest people avoid when they learn they’re being let go?
Managing your manager, or “managing up,” is a tricky concept. It sounds simple enough: You’re working to ensure your boss is seen in a positive light at all times, even if you have to finagle a few things.
Whether you live and work in a place that gets sunshine year-round, or you’re still under three feet of snow, now is about the time spring fever starts to hit. With longer days, more sunshine and warmer temperatures, productivity can plunge.
If you want a promotion, you shouldn’t just ask. If you’re a serious emerging leader you must demonstrate you have what it takes to move up and excel.