• What to Do if You’re Not a Morning Person
    Mornings are the worst. The hazy headspace, the heavy eyelids, the leaden steps… Everything about everything makes you want to slump over. And. Just. Not. We get it, and we’ve got a few ideas to help. Here’s what to do if you’re not a morning person.
  • Succeeding at Work While Making Home Your #1 Priority
    Balancing work and family is probably the number one issue facing workers today. Read on for some ways to help you prioritize what really matters most.
  • 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.
  • 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 Ensure Every Day is a Good Day For Your Employees
    Do your employees slump through the door every morning in the depths of despair? Or maybe they come in looking okay, but by the time 2 p.m. hits, they're sporting vacant stares and have clearly checked out? Either way, you’re looking at a workforce that needs to be inspired.
  • Working From Home: How To Manage Your Time
    When you work in an office, your gabby neighbor, needy family members and others don’t expect you to be free during the day. Your inner domestic engineer or social media butterfly isn’t coming up with tasks or distractions either. But when you work from home—as a telecommuter, business owner or p...
  • How to Get the Most Out of Meetings with Your Boss
    A 1:1 meeting with your supervisor is a precious opportunity. You do not want it to go to waste. Read on to see how to get the most out of your meeting.
  • Always Putting Out Fires at Work? Here’s a Checklist to Keep You Calm
    In today’s always-on, notification-driven world, it’s all too common to feel like you’ve spent your entire work day dealing with major and minor crises out of your control—and not accomplishing anything that helps you get ahead. Too many days like this will quickly lead to feeling overwhelmed, an...
  • Job Search Scaring You? Try These 3 Things.
    We love horror movies, but lately, they haven’t had the same thrill. That’s probably because we’ve seen the true face of horror, the job search. And the scariest part of the process has to be the interview. That got us thinking: If horror movies make us face our fears, then maybe they can teach u...
  • Should You Quit Your Job Before Reeling in a New Job?
    Should You Quit Your Job Before Landing a New Job? This is a tricky decision that many employees face. Read our take.
  • Crashing after Lunch? How to Get a Second Wind at Work.
    The afternoon slump, the post-lunch dip, the siesta slouch, the teatime nosedive. Whatever you call it, it zaps your energy and your willpower to render your afternoons miserable. What’s wrong with you? Nothing. Although natural, you can mitigate its effects to get a second wind. Here are some ...
  • Nightingale Award Winner - Jonas Nguh, PhD, RN
    Six winners were honored during the inaugural Star Nurses celebration and were named Nightingale Award winners. We are proud to honor them. Congratulations to Jonas Nguh!
  • How to Avoid “Always-Available” Status While Working from Home
    Not long ago, we were trying to convince our bosses to let us work remotely, and we got our chance with the COVID-19 pandemic. But working from home presents distinct challenges, read on to see how!
  • How to Increase Productivity While Working from Home
    Remote work has experienced more than 159% growth over the past 15 years, but many Americans are working from home exclusively for the first time due to COVID-19
  • Pros and Cons of a 9-to-5 Lifestyle
    Trying to figure out if you should go traditional or strike out on your own? Here are the pros and cons of the 9-to-5 lifestyle to help you decide.
  • 7 Signs Your Job Is No Longer a Good Fit
    Do you repeatedly hit the snooze button every morning until the last possible second? Are you frustrated you're not where you think you should be in your career? Are you miserable, and it’s started to spill into your personal life? If so, you should consider the possibility your feelings stem fro...
  • Creating an Achievement Oriented Resume
    Many applicants think of a resume as a list of all the positions they’ve ever held from that first fast food restaurant job to their current role. What this tells a hiring manager: you warmed a chair. To really sell yourself and win in an interview, show what you've accomplished by crafting an ac...
  • Your Step-by-Step Guide to Tackling Your Biggest Interview Fears
    You may be excited about the prospect of getting a new job, but chances are you're less excited about the interview that could land it for you. Here’s a step-by-step guide to tackling your greatest interview fears.
  • Worst Email Mistakes and How to Fix Them
    One big email goof can create a lot of embarrassment or give a poor impression, but if you get yourself in the professional groove before hitting that send button, you can avoid most of the common email mistakes.
  • The Jobs Outlook for Mid-Sized Media and Communications Industry in D.C. before, during, and after COVID
    Looking at mid-size businesses in this sector before, during, and after the pandemic helps provide essential insights. Read on to learn more!