• 7 Things To Never Say During A Job Interview
    Even if you’re sitting at a table drinking coffee together, a job interview is not a friend-to-friend talk. In fact, there are some things you should never say during an interview. Here are seven of them.
  • Strategies To Help You Beat Those Weekday Blues
    Weekday blues—we all get them, even if we love our jobs (most of the time). Whatever the reason, read on for some tips to make your weekdays just a little bit sunnier.
  • How To Thrive, Not Just Survive in High Stress Environments
    You love the adrenaline rush you get from working in a high-stress environment. But sometimes you just want flip over your desk and storm out. Read on to learn how to stress for success.
  • How to Effectively Network on Social Platforms
    No matter where you are in your career, learning how to effectively network on social media is an important skill to hone. The following tips can help you make sure social media works for you, not against you.
  • Make Virtual Happy Hours Effective for Networking
    Virtual happy hour networking events are growing in popularity as people seek to connect with new contacts and maintain rapport with existing colleagues while maintaining social distancing. The following are tips on effective networking in the virtual world.
  • Position Yourself as a Great Candidate Not Just for the Job You Are Applying For
    We've all been there: waiting for the phone to ring with the job offer you expect. But then the phone rings, and you're told thanks, but no thanks. Here's how to still position yourself for the next position at that company.
  • Searching for Jobs During a Pandemic: How to Make Yourself Relevant
    Whether you’re a soon-to-be college graduate or a worker laid off because of COVID-19, searching for a job during a pandemic and increasing unemployment was not in your career plan. Here are some steps you can take to make yourself relevant.
  • How to Respond to an Appraisal Review When You Don't Agree with the Rating
    Your annual performance appraisal wasn’t the glowing review you’d expected. In fact, you’re almost wondering if your boss confused you with your slacker colleague.
  • Is Early Retirement an Option for You?
    We’ve all asked ourselves the question. Maybe it came after a grueling month at work or after seeing your globetrotting friend’s posts or after counting the wishes on your ever-expanding bucket list.
  • 8 Questions to Ask in Informational Interviews
    If you're just starting your career or interested in a career change, you've likely been advised to schedule informational interviews. These casual conversations with professional contacts—which shouldn't last longer than 20 to 25 minutes—are meant to help you learn about an industry and develop ...
  • Do You Need to Get Your Boss and Coworkers Holiday Gifts?
    Obviously, you’re never required to give gifts to anyone, but the holidays are a good time of year to show your appreciation to the people you spend so much time with. On the other hand, your choices could work against you if you aren’t careful—as we’ll soon explain. While there’s no simple yes-o...
  • How to Balance Taking on More Work When Your Coworkers Leave
    Few circumstances disrupt your work life more quickly than a colleague's resignation. But once you've dealt with the initial emotional reaction, reality will set in, and both you and your boss will wonder, who's going to do the work? Quite likely, the answer is you—at least in the interim. It's i...
  • What You Should Know When It’s Suggested You Apply for Another Job at a Company You Applied To
    You've thoroughly prepared for the interview, down to rehearsing with a friend. You have a list of informed questions you’re ready to ask. But then comes the plot twist: Maybe you should apply for another job at the company, the interviewer suggests. How should you proceed in this unusual situati...
  • Job Search at a Standstill? Here's What to Do.
    Sometimes job hunting can be incredibly frustrating and disappointing. No matter how much experience you have, or how refined your skill set is, every job seeker feels like they’re hitting a wall at some point. So how do you break through that wall and land safely on the other side? When your ...
  • How to Respond When a Coworker Throws You Under the Bus
    You've just been thrown under the bus. What should you do when a coworker makes you the scapegoat? What's the smartest way to respond? Find out.
  • How To Cure A Case Of Impostor Syndrome Ahead Of Your Job Interview
    It’s only a few hours before you meet with a potential employer. Suddenly, you experience a sinking feeling in your stomach. You tell yourself that you aren’t good enough for this job, your past achievements are a byproduct of luck, and you suspect that you will be exposed as a fraud at any momen...
  • How to Decide Between Two Equally Great Job Offers
    While some job seekers find themselves in a transitionary period of life attempting to gain meaningful employment, a few lucky ones find themselves having the luxury of being in the driver’s seat upon receiving more than one job offer. If you ever find yourself at a crossroads between two compani...
  • Simple Changes You Can Make to Increase Your Productivity
    We all wish we could squeeze more out of 24 hours. If we could just get more done at the office, then we'd have more time to exercise, read, or spend time with family and friends. Alas, you can't change the Earth's rotation around the sun—but you can make simple changes at work to increase your p...
  • 5 Things You Should Never Put In Writing At Work
    The workday can feel so long…and your email inbox or Slack channel can seem like such a private haven—a secret clubhouse where you can share jokes and kvetch with your work spouse. But don't let a false sense of security lull you into making a career-derailing mistake. There are certain things yo...
  • How To Overcome Monday
    So is there a solution to the Monday scaries? Yes. While it might not be possible to embrace Mondays like a long-lost friend, there are ways to make the transition back into work a little easier.