• When Is Moonlighting OK?
    Like many people today, you may have taken to moonlighting outside of your regular 9-to-5 to make ends meet—but that could potentially be a big problem. Do you know when it’s ok to take on a second job?
  • Coded Words at Work
    Once someone opens up to your eyes about the unintended consequences of your words you start to get very aware of doing better and mindful of what you say.
  • Companies must carefully implement, and measure, a return to office life
    Employers are looking to put more butts into office seats in 2023. It reflects the push and pull over working conditions in a post-COVID business environment.
  • Akash’s Winding Path
    I could not be the leader I needed to be if I was not taking care of myself first. Through amazing mentorship from my manager, supportive family and friends, therapy, and deep self-reflection, I was able to shift my own practices and mindsets in a way that made the work more sustainable for the l...
  • What We Learn When the Humiliating Happens At Work
    There will come a time when you will do, or say something embarrassing, at work. If it hasn’t happened already, it will. It has been almost fifteen years since my particular…experience.
  • Plays Well with Others: How to Show Off Your Soft Skills
    It is easy to discount the importance of soft skills—after all, shouldn’t everyone know how to get along with others? But not preparing to showcase your interpersonal skills would be a mistake. Learn how to shine the spotlight on your soft skill as a job applicant.
  • How to Use Active Listening in an Interview
    One of the best ways to prepare for job interviews is to develop active listening skills. Learning how to masterfully use verbal and non-verbal cues to fully participate in a conversation will help you land the job and be successful once you’re hired.
  • How to Write Your Yearly Performance Goals
    It’s that time again—time to start thinking about how to write your performance goals for the coming year. But how do you write objectives you’ll be able to achieve?
  • Jamie’s Winding Path
    Jamie resides in Hyattsville MD and transitioned from being a theater performer and producer to working in tech sales. He received a BA in Theater Arts and now serves as the VP of Sales at Impactive and as an Associate in Storytelling & Messaging at KNP Communications.
  • Emojis, Memes, and GIFs: Are They Shortcuts to Friendly Work Chat?
    You send them to your friends and family all the time—in fact, some of your conversations are made up almost entirely of emojis, memes, and GIFs—but should you also use them to connect with coworkers?
  • What To Do After a Painful Job Loss
    So, what do you do when suddenly the job you loved is no longer yours and the employer you thought of so highly spurns you?
  • Choosing the Role That Fits Your Authentic Self
    “Workplace authenticity” is a frequent topic of conversation among HR professionals. What does it mean to you as a job applicant, and how can you figure out whether you will be able to bring your true self to a new employer?
  • Career Transitions: Should You Change Your Role or Let It Ride to Retirement?
    It is never too late to pursue your professional dreams, but before you make the leap to a new role mid- to late-career, you’ll want to ask yourself these hard questions.
  • Bie’s Winding Path
    Bie Aweh, 33, lives in Newark, New Jersey and Dakar, Senegal and moved from running programs at nonprofits and universities to developing underrepresented talent. She received her MA in Social Justice Education and serves as HR Business Partner at DoorDash.
  • Career Building through Social Media: Do’s and Don’ts
    Do you want to use social platforms as a tool to further your career? We have some do’s and don’ts that will help you get the best results.
  • How to Activate Your Alumni Network
    In the great job search, don’t overlook those who graduated from the same college as you did. Alumni are often willing to go out of their way to help fellow graduates with employment opportunities or other valuable information. Here’s how to tap into it.
  • Do your meetings get things done or waste time?
    While meetings can drive decisions, spur collaboration, and strengthen relationships, everyone can agree poorly run meetings are a waste of time.
  • 3 Back-Stories We Tell Ourselves That Undermine Everything
    3 Back-Stories We Tell Ourselves That Undermine Everything
  • How to Write a Professional Bio and Why You Should Have One
    Do you need a professional bio if you already have a current resume? Yes, and here’s how to write one.
  • New Jobs for the Metaverse
    Your next incredible job opportunity could be in the metaverse—but it might have its roots in your current offline industry. These 10 Web 3.0 job opportunities will put a new twist on longstanding professions.