One could say never calling in sick to work when you’re not sick is honest, but the fact that its rarely done could point to a different work-based trend entirely.
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Finding a new job can be daunting, but what specifically do job seekers feel stands in their way?
There are 28 million small businesses in the United States. These businesses — with flags planted in every industry from automotive to app making — provide two out of the every three jobs nationally, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Sheryl Sandberg, in her bestselling, tell-all book on life as the chief operating officer at Facebook, “Lean In,” encouraged women to push for their careers. Here’s her message for graduates.
PayScale recently published data showing that inflation has caused “real wages” in the U.S. to decrease by almost 7 percent since 2006, despite wages having increased by 7.4 percent.
Acing your job interview involves more than just saying the right things at the right times during the actual interview.
Everyone makes mistakes, but that doesn’t mean you have to repeat the mistakes others have made.
April is Celebrate Diversity Month, so I went out to find ways employees can embrace diversity at a grassroots level by connecting with co-workers who are different from them.
Sometimes the best job search advice tells you what not to do, what to do differently or what to do less often. Tips to avoid pitfalls or think about things in a new way are equally helpful, if not more so, than rote platitudes about shoring up your resume and social connections. For this week’s [...]