• Plan for the future by listening to employees now
    If your building is on fire, go grab a hose. It’s not the time to be drafting new architectural plans to make your business fireproof.
  • Take These 5 Steps To Boost Employee Morale
    It’s Monday morning. You can feel it as you walk through the doors of your workplace. It’s as if someone’s dog has died. And it’s been like this for weeks, maybe even months. 
  • How to Make Hiring Easy For Your Candidates
    Create powerful interactions with your recruiting candidates to become a marketing machine that separates you from the rest. Learn how.
  • A Job Where Professional Advancement Matters Most. Now What?
    Many employees say they care most about professional advancement in their next role. Read on to discover what you should consider when thinking about advancement.
  • There Is More to the IT Industry Than Fixing A Computer
    You’re a geek, but you couldn’t install a hard drive at gunpoint. You love technology, but not the literal nuts and bolts of it. Click to see what other jobs are available in IT!
  • Financial Terms Every Professional Needs to Know
    In a previous article, Duke Corporate Education professor Joe Perfetti shared why it is important to improve your knowledge of finance. As a follow-up, here is a short test so you can gauge whether your financial knowledge skills are adequate.
  • Employment Outlook for 2019 College Graduates
    If you'll be a member of the Class of 2019, you're in luck when it comes to the job search. The outlook for 2019 college graduates is bright. According to a survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges, employers plan to hire 16.6 percent more new grads this year than they did in 2018...
  • Keep Getting Rejected? 3 Things to Keep in Mind
    Let's not sugarcoat it: Rejection stinks. Nothing is fun about being turned down for a job opportunity. And while circumstances are often beyond your control (they went with an internal candidate, or the position wasn't filled), if you’re consistently coming in second or third during the hiring p...
  • What to Do When Your Boss is Leaving
    In today's job market, job-hopping is a common event. A 2017 survey by Namely suggests people remain at a job for, on average, less than two years. That being the case, people are used to the idea of coworkers coming and going, but what if the person departing is the boss? What do you do?
  • 5 Things We Learned About the Job Market in 2017
    The overall U.S. economy continued to grow throughout 2017, making it a hot market for job seekers, but downright lukewarm for salary increases and other compensation.
  • The Importance of Recruiting Your Employees
    Looking for the perfect candidate? They may be closer than you think!
  • How to Move on After You Don't Land the Job
    So, you think you have the job in the bag, and then you find out you don’t. Learn how to get back on your feet and moving toward the next remarkable thing.
  • Does your workplace measure employee engagement? It should
    Employees who feel valued because they are heard and appreciated by their employer bring their best to work each day. Read on to learn how to improve employee engagement.
  • Twelve things to consider when looking for a job
    In today’s market, job seekers are in the driver’s seat, and what is most important has shifted following the pandemic. If you are looking for a job, here are twelve things to consider.
  • The Key to Being a Good Networker is Being a Decent Human Being
    Most people loathe networking. Prior interactions contribute to viewing networking as a shell game where the person reaching out always wins and your well-being is largely ignored.
  • What does appreciation at work really mean?
    Employee Appreciation Day is Friday, March 4. Isn’t that nice? It celebrates the feel-good connection between workers and the workplace. Read on to see how to continually show appreciation to your team!
  • Decoding Job Posting Lingo
    Looking through job postings can be grueling enough without coming across unfamiliar lingo that knocks you off course. Here is a helpful guide to get you back on track.
  • Who Provides Your Counterbalance?
    Our differences position us to be successful. Having individuals that can help with a tendency to be single-minded and solitary when working is a plus. We need colleagues to provide that counterbalance.
  • Manage the Person You Got Hired Over Without Negativity
    Chances are good you may be supervising someone who had their eye on your position and saw themselves quite comfortably in it. Read on to learn how to manage this tricky situation.
  • Essential Skills Architect and Design Professionals Will Need in a Post-Pandemic World
    The architect and design sector look like its future may see a huge transformation post pandemic. Let's look at the new or additional skills architects and design professionals will need in a post-pandemic world.