• Essential Skills For Higher Ed Faculty in a Post-Pandemic World
    As colleges and universities look ahead to the fall 2021 semester, many faculty members are wondering how more than a year of virtual instruction will impact their roles in years to come.
  • 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.
  • What to Consider When Setting Career Goals
    Everyday tasks at your job need to get done, it’s a just as important to have long-term career goals. What kind of process should you consider when thinking about the next five years or so of your career trajectory?
  • How to Show Your Value to Leadership While Working Remotely
    Working remotely comes with many advantages, but not being physically in the office means you'll experience downsides too. Read on to see how to prove your worth at home.
  • Laid Off versus Fired—Why Does It Matter?
    While it may not feel like there’s much of a distinction to be made between being laid off and getting fired—they both ultimately result in the loss of your job—the fact is, there are considerable differences between the two.
  • 3 Ways Coronavirus Has Changed the Job-Search Process
    The coronavirus pandemic has caused upheaval across the globe. As the virus continues to spread with no definitive end in sight, it can be hard to think about the future
  • 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.
  • Starting a Job Search after Your Industry Has Been Devastated by COVID-19
    In what feels almost overnight, the coronavirus pandemic has devastated many industries. What do you do when one day you have a job and the next, it's gone?
  • 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 Take to Compartmentalize Your Personal Issues in the Office
    Our careers will have ups and downs, and so will our personal lives. At some point, we'll all deal with the death of a loved one, an illness, a messy breakup, or some other personal issue that makes it difficult to concentrate and take care of business. When circumstances like these arise, it's i...
  • Survival Tips for an Open Office With Sick Coworkers
    Whatever the case may be, you definitely don’t want someone else’s cough putting you out of commission (especially, if you work on commission). In order to stay healthy in an open office setting with sick coworkers, try out some of the survival tips we’ve compiled below.
  • 5 Secrets to Using Time Off Without Feeling Guilty
    If guilt-ridden angst about taking your allotted leave sounds familiar, it's time to change your way of thinking.
  • Laid Off? Here's How to Tell Your Network.
    The day you're laid off from a job is always going to rank as one of the worst of your career—but ultimately the experience can open new doors for you. To get back on your feet, it's critical to employ a strong strategy for spreading the news about your new employment situation. You have to be yo...
  • How Much Salary Negotiation Is Too Much?
    Negotiating a salary is a tough balancing act. You don’t want to settle for too little, but you don’t want to price yourself out of a job either. So how do you know when it’s advisable to accept an offer, and when you should continue the negotiation? Here are some basic rules of thumb.
  • How To Handle An Employee Asking To Switch Offices
    An employee has asked to switch offices, and you’re not sure how to handle it. On the one hand, you want to be supportive and help her find satisfaction in her career. On the other hand, you don’t want to go through the headache of re-staffing and, if we’re being honest, it hurts that a good empl...
  • 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.