All posts tagged "work"
Simple Tasks for Preventing Discrimination in the Workplace Discrimination. It’s a human quality. Some have it; others despise it. In the workplace, it can be a source of power for the cruel, or a weakness which the subservient are subjected to on...
- Posted April 10, 2015
Unexpected Skills that Jobseekers Need to Get Hired Punctuality, commitment, relevant qualifications, positive attitude… the list of necessary attributes for the aspiring applicant is a wide-ranging one. But other, less obvious skills and assets can sometimes make the difference in a close...
- Posted October 27, 2014
Customer appreciation goes a long way For any businesses or brand, the customer is the most important stakeholder. From mom and pop shops to Main Street stores and even franchises, quality customer service translates to satisfied consumers, return business and...
- Posted June 4, 2014
How to Deal With Workplace Discrimination Unfortunately, discrimination is commonplace in workplaces up and down the country. In the United States alone, workplace discrimination costs businesses and industry $64 billion every year.
Employed Individuals Seeking New Career Opportunities New trend of confidential inquiries from currently employed could have significant impact on employers’ abilities to realize their business plans DALLAS, Feb. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Executive search and other recruiting firms receive a number...
- Posted February 9, 2013
Five Jobs 50+ Workers Should Consider for 2013 Many boomers are looking for a new job in the New Year and now’s the perfect time to capitalize! AARP has decided to help those on the job search, researching occupations that are plentiful...
- Posted January 11, 2013
10 Things Never To Say To Your Co-Workers Whether working in an office setting or another career, like retail, hospitality, health care etc, there are always certain things that are off-limits to say to co-workers. Some are rude to them, and others...
- Posted December 14, 2012
6 Important Financial Decisions Young Professionals Face Young professionals who have recently graduated from college and landed their first “real” jobs have more decisions ahead of them than they may have had at any other time in their lives. With today’s...
- Posted December 4, 2012
Asking Your Boss for More Money – 5 Scenarios According to a recent survey, about 39% of professionals in the US get very nervous before asking for a pay raise. Some nervousness when approaching your boss to ask for a raise is normal....
- Posted November 30, 2012
Communication and Team Skills Are Crucial Employers Look for Communication Skills, Ability to Work in a Team in New College Grads BETHLEHEM, PA—What sets two equally qualified job candidates apart can be as simple as who has the better communication...
- Posted November 9, 2012