Tweet You show up. You work hard. Yet, you still have a low salary and you can’t make ends meet. It has nothing to do with your own abilities (or lack of them), it has nothing to do with your
Part of being an employee is recognizing how to deal with a boss. Here are some tips to help you improve your relationship.
It’s that time again, time for mid-year performance reviews. Maybe your last review didn’t go so well. Maybe you felt like you were the victim of the “recency effect” where you did everything right for months but messed up twice […]
Tweet That’s a bold statement, but it’s true. And the biggest reason I got a job offer after interviewing was because I learned to study the interview process itself. There are several important interview hacks that I’ve employed throughout the
How to develop persistence
Many new bosses take the position that their only goal is to meet deadlines, drive “continuous improvement,” and just get things done (whatever that means). These bosses regularly treat their employees like cogs in a machine – replaceable parts that have little value.
Everyone makes mistakes but if your boss is like most, he or she isn’t concerned with making sure you feel like you’re in good company. No, the boss wants you to do two things AFTER you’ve screwed up: control the
You may not believe this, but even at job fairs there are carousels (you feel like you’re going round and round), roller-coasters (that up and down feeling), and shooting galleries (guess who’s the target?). But if you’re in the market
If you could direct exactly how your tax dollars were to be used at either the federal, state, or local level, how would you want your legislators to spend them? I know it’s all pooled, but just use your imagination.