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Does Your Company Tolerate Office Bullies?

You’ve likely encountered bullies as you were growing up. And if you were the target of one of these mean-spirited individuals, you couldn’t… Read more »

Is Your Career Path Making You Unhappy?

Remember that feeling of dread you got every Sunday night when you thought about starting another week at that job. Well, now it’s hitting you every night and most mornings,… Read more »

Signs You Don’t Appear Approachable to Your Team

You’ve seen them throughout your life: those special individuals everyone wants to be around, with their magnetic personality and welcoming… Read more »

5 Common Resume Mistakes to Avoid

If you are looking for work in today’s competitive environment, there is no room for mistakes on your resume. Even… Read more »

Should You Give Your Boss a Warning That You Are Interviewing?

Once you’ve had the second interview with a prospective employer, it’s natural that your confidence will soar. If both interviews have… Read more »

Is Your Break Room Helping or Hurting Office Culture?

When was the last time you gave your break room any thought? Maybe that’s because you didn’t realize the role it can… Read more »

4 Budgeting Tips for a Tight Income

You’ve probably heard one of your friends remark that they don’t have a budget because they don’t have enough money… Read more »

Does Looking Eager and Excited in an Interview Make You Look Desperate?

It should come as no surprise that those candidates who show some enthusiasm and passion during an interview will typically create a favorable impression. After… Read more »

The Difference Between Laid-Off and Fired and Its Importance for An Interview

Here are typically three ways in which employees leave their job: by being fired, laid off, or quitting voluntarily. If you’re going to qualify for… Read more »

Don’t Be Fooled By “Title-Fluffing” When Interviewing for a Job

As corporations have diversified, they have also created a slew of fancy titles. Take Coca-Cola and Marriott, for instance, who both employ “chief blogging officers.” And… Read more »