• Tips For New Managers On Setting Up Boundaries
    You scored a promotion, and you’re ready to make a difference in your new position. Remember, your role has changed. Last week, you went out for happy hour with your friends/coworkers to complain about…the boss. Now you’re the boss. You’ll need to set some boundaries to ensure your future success.
  • What We’ve Learned about the Job Market in 2018 So Far
    At the beginning of the year we talked about the outlook for job seekers in 2018, but now that we’re halfway through the year, let’s consider what the actual market looks like and what you can expect for the remainder of 2018—one thing’s certain: It’s going to continue being a wild ride! Read on ...
  • You’re on Vacation, But Your Coworkers Won't Stop Emailing You?
    You're just settling into your pool chair with a juicy thriller and an adult beverage when you hear a familiar ping. Ugh. The office. What could they possibly want now? Don't they know you're on vacation? What should you do when you're on vacation and your coworkers won't stop emailing you?
  • 5 Hot Jobs in D.C. that Can Mean Hiring Headaches
    Healthcare, services, managers and tech. And, of course, lawyers. There are many ways to evaluate what’s hot and what’s not in the D.C. job market. No matter how you slice and dice the numbers, though, those five categories are infernos. Here’s why.
  • Taking the Leap—Pros and Cons of Working at a Startup
    So, is the startup world right for you? Part of that answer will depend on where you apply, but before you submit that resume, consider these factors.
  • These Job Interview Horror Stories Will Give You Goosebumps
    Welcome to real-life interview horror shows, the bane of hiring managers and recruiters across the nation. Your mission: to never star in such frighteningly unprofessional scenarios. Learn more.
  • How to Ensure you were Given an Appropriate Offer
    While the job offer will certainly provide a nice boost of confidence, it might not be right for you. It’s crucial to garner the skills necessary to evaluate job offers. How can you tell if an offer is right for you? Let’s find out.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Is My Best Opportunity for Promotion to Go to a Different Company?
    Sometimes hard work isn’t enough. Knowing your worth can make your decision to leave your current job easier. When your best efforts are not rewarded, it is time to move on. But do so graciously.
  • Recent Grads: Finding Your Niche in Healthcare
    Graduating college and entering the workforce can be a scary prospect. There are many questions new grads often ask themselves as they get ready to search for their first job. "Where am I going to work?" "Will there be any jobs?" or "How do I know I'll like what I'm doing?"
  • 2020 Star Nurses Weekly Spotlight - Chapter 8
    As a part of the recognition of the 2020 Star Nurses finalists we will spotlight nurses through the end of summer. Check back each week for more spotlights from our 92 Star Nurses.
  • Nursing Careers

    Challenging. Rewarding. Lucrative. Nursing is all of those things and so much more. Read on to learn more about the great benefits of having a nursing career.
  • Does Your Professional Circle Spark Joy?
    Are you embedded in an institution or work independently with a set of other professionals who do work that gives you joy by association? Read on to see why this matters!!!
  • Retail Industry and COVID: What is The Jobs Outlook for Small Businesses?
    Retail is a huge sector of the Washington, D.C. metro area's economy, and small businesses play an important role. How did small retailers in the D.C. area performed before and during COVID-19? Read on to learn more!!
  • Space & Grace

    ​We all have things to work on. I realize that I have failed to share in as much detail two conditions that will enhance your decision-making ability....Space & Grace. Read on to learn more!!!
  • Bad Goals: Not Every Goal is Good or Worth Having
    In a career setting, not every goal is worth having, or makes sense. Whether you are thinking about making a change from your current job, or seeking to grow in your current role, having goals matters.
  • D.C.’s Construction Industry and COVID: Where Do Home Improvement Companies Stand?
    Let us take a look at how the D.C. region's home improvement sector performed before, during, and what it will likely look like after the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
  • Moving from Fridge Goals to Real Goals
    How do we make fridge goals as likely to be achieved as picking up milk or toilet paper on the grocery list? Read on to see how!!
  • D.C.'s Real Estate Jobs and COVID: Where Does the Residential Market Stand?
    Let us take a look at how D.C.'s residential real estate job sector performed before, during, and what it'll likely look like after the COVID-19 pandemic is over.