• Can Instagram Land You a Job?
    Social media has significantly changed the recruiting world. While it’s OK to post fun photos that don’t relate to your career, remember, in some industries, especially creative fields and the visual arts, Instagram is an ideal platform to present your work. Sometimes, it can even land you a job....
  • Star Nurse Spotlights: Being a bedside warrior, showing resilience and more
    As a part of the recognition of the 2021 Star Nurses we will spotlight nurses through May 24th. Check back each week for more spotlights from our Star Nurses.
  • 5 Tips for Confronting a Coworker (Before You Go to Your Boss)
    Running into conflict at work is not unusual. Considering the fact about 56 percent of full-time workers say they spend more time with their "work family" than they do with their own families, it stands to reason colleagues are bound to get on each other's nerves at some point or another. How sho...
  • The Holidays Can Be Stressful: How to Clear Your Mind at Work
    For many in business, stress arrives as an uninvited guest during the weeks between Thanksgiving and the New Year. With competing demands of home and office, the holidays are actually the most stressful time of year for many reasons. One key to overcome stress and gain control is good preparation...
  • The Most Challenging Interview Questions We’ve Seen (And Some of the Best Answers)
    Trying to figure out how to answer challenging interview questions can definitely make your palms sweat. Here is a sampling of some of the toughest questions we’ve seen and some potential answers that may help.
  • How to Decline an Offer (But Leave the Door Open)
    Congratulations! You got the job offer. But something isn’t quite right. Here’s how to decline an offer while leaving the door open for the future.
  • Eight Salary Negotiation Phrases to Avoid
    Salary negotiation can be tricky. The truth is, oftentimes what you do not say matters just as much as what you do. Read on for some words and phrases to avoid when you sit down at the table.
  • How to Advocate for Your Needs with Your Boss
    When talking to your boss, your approach can make all the difference. There are certain ways to respectfully—and successfully—share your wants with your employer.
  • How To Show Your Boss And Coworkers You’re Thankful
    It’s easy to get caught up in day-to-day deadlines and the rush of this time of year, but with Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s the perfect opportunity to pause and let your boss and coworkers know just how much you appreciate them. Need some inspiration? Here’s our list of ways to show ...
  • The Value of Coaching Employees into Higher Positions
    Managing a division or running an entire company is time-consuming. It’s hard to carve out time to coach subordinates to move up to higher positions. But good professional development can add up to savings and success for your entire company.
  • What Top Recruiters Ask Their Candidates (And What To Look For In Their Answers)
    When top recruiters consider job candidates, they ask open-ended questions intended to bring the best people to the front of the line. Here are the kinds of answers they’re seeking so you can apply them in your hiring decisions.
  • How to Find Career Stretch Roles and Promotion Opportunities
    To get a promotion, you need to prove you can perform beyond your current job. That’s the purpose of stretch roles— projects and tasks that build your skills and get the attention of your boss and your boss’s boss. Here’s how to find them.
  • How to Deal With A Micromanager Who Is Not Your Boss
    She's not your boss, but she's in your business, bugging you about a report that needs to be turned in, looking over your shoulder or wanting to be cc'd on every email. She's likely a micromanager, commonly defined as a person who manages situations using excessive control.
  • 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.
  • Five Things to Do Your First Week on a New Job
    Congratulations on your new job! These are 5 things to do your first week.
  • Your Mentors are Fallible
    Many of us hold on to the hope that our unicorn mentor will come along and serve as the Swiss Army Knife of professional advice. But that’s too high an expectation to place on one person. Read on to learn why!
  • 5 Times It’s Ok to Tell a White Lie in the Office
    Lying is wrong. It hurts others, it damages your reputation, it can be difficult to stop once you start, and it’s not great for your health. But white lies are different, right? Well, certain kinds actually can be. Like any community, an office can survive—and occasionally even profit from—a litt...
  • How Building a Personal Brand Can Land You Your Dream Job
    Experts warn you can't succeed in today's job market without a personal brand—and it's crucial to curate it carefully. But what exactly is a personal brand? How do you create one? Find out.
  • How to Navigate Politics in the Workplace
    Most workers when asked will tell you they hate office politics. One poll of 169 employees found that 61 percent of people said they only reluctantly took part in office politics, while another 20 percent said they do their best to ignore office politics whenever they can.
  • Star Nurses Spotlights: Advocating for children, sharing mission to care for our patients and more
    As a part of the recognition of the 2021 Star Nurses we will spotlight nurses through May 24th. Check back each week for more spotlights from our Star Nurses.