• How to Answer: “Tell Me About Yourself”
    It seems like such a simple question, but “tell me about yourself” is notorious for wrecking many interviewees’ chances to make positive first impressions. Turns out there’s a simple formula, and we’ve got you covered.
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  • I Think I Might Be a Micromanager
    “So…I think I might be a micromanager. Hear me out. My team’s turnover rate is way north of average, and the ones that are still here won’t look me in the eye, much less hold a conversation with me. I can’t keep up with all the projects I have to juggle, so I eat dinner at my desk just to get thr...
  • 5 Ways Hiring Managers Can Get Positions Filled Fast
    So how do you find the talent you need when you’re short on time? There’s no magical formula. But there are five practical tactics you can employ today to expedite your hiring process, find the people you need, and get back to doing the work you love.
  • What To Do When You Have No Idea How To Tackle A New Assignment
    Your manager calls you into her office to discuss a new initiative—and its importance to the company. Thing is, you have no idea how to tackle the project. None. Find out how you’ll be able to tackle any new task even if you begin with no idea how.
  • 7 Career Mistakes You'll Want to Avoid
    Throughout your career you'll be making many decisions; some will be done consciously, but other choices, actions or things said might be less thought out. Here are 7 career mistakes you'll want to avoid.
  • Why You Need to Take a Personal Day Once in a While
    Feeling anxious or guilty about taking a day off from work? Read on as to why you should take a personal day.
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    Thinking about leaving your job? Here are thirteen signs its time to leave your job.
  • Tips for Applying for a Job During a Recession
    If you are one of the millions of Americans who finds themselves suddenly out of work, the following tips can help you land your next job during the coronavirus-induced recession.
  • 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.
  • Steps to Making a Target List for Your Job Search
    Finding your dream job—or even the next stop on the way to your dream job—isn't easy. You can take a scattershot approach, applying for whatever opening you come across, or you can be more thoughtful by using a target list for your next job search. Here's how to do so.
  • What to Do When Your Coworkers Won’t Help You
    To perform at your highest level, you’ll need the support of others, just like they’ll need yours. What should you do when your coworkers won’t help you? That depends on whether the behavior is situational or chronic in your office.
  • 5 Monstrous Employees And How To Handle Them
    Movie monsters can be scary. Monstrous employees are much scarier. They terrorize any office they invade and, unlike their cinematic counterparts, don’t come with a glaring weakness. Rather, it takes an individualized approach to manage the situation. Here are five common office monsters and how ...
  • Doing A Reference Check? Here Are Seven Questions You Should Ask
    References can help you develop a more accurate picture of a candidate’s abilities, personality, and work ethic. Thing is, even the most honest job seeker may unconsciously stretch the truth to make themselves more desirable. To get you started, here are seven questions you should ask during any ...
  • 10 Ways to Announce Your Accomplishments At Work Without Bragging
    Excelling at work is always the goal. But taking credit for your accomplishments can leave you feeling anxious and awkward about what to say and how to say it.
  • 5 Dating Lessons You Can Apply to Your Job Search
    If you're like many people, you probably haven't done the comparisons, but dating and the job search are a lot alike. Consider the similarities. How do you go about meeting new people? What do you do if you’re seeing a bunch of red flags? Then there's the first-date stomach knots, worries about l...
  • Why Lateral Moves are Important to Your Career Growth
    Learn how lateral moves can be beneficial to your career when done strategically
  • Are You Too Good for Your Job?
    We all want to be good at our jobs. It’s fulfilling to master a craft and grow in a career. When you excel, it shows ambition and commitment to the team. Plus, it’s super satisfying. But are you too good for your job?
  • How to Make The Case For A Bigger Recruiter Budget
    Most of us hate working out, cleaning the house and going to the dentist, but these are essential parts of life that we muster the will to do. Similarly, one part of your job that you may not always look forward to is making the case in front of senior leadership for a bigger budget. Wish you cou...
  • How to Handle a Personal Crisis on the Job
    Sometimes the unexpected happens, and you'll need to handle a personal crisis while at work. Here are some tips to help you navigate a personal crisis on the job.