Job Blog

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October

2016

Why you should never ask the hiring manager these 5 common job-interview questions

You may be tempted to ask about salary, or vacation time, or perks — but you should refrain. Asking about these things will send the wrong message about your priorities and work ethic… Read More Here

20

October

2016

The one question you should never ask at the end of a job interview

At some point toward the end of your job interview, the hiring manager will likely turn the tables and ask: “Now do you have any questions for me?” This may be your final chance to shine — and the perfect opportunity to determine whether the job is a good fit — so it’s imperative that […]

20

October

2016

Here’s what to do with your hands during a job interview

In a job interview, every little thing matters — from your ability to make eye contact to the color of your suit. So you’ll want to pay extra close attention to what you do with your hands while you’re sitting across from your interviewer… Read More Here

15

October

2016

Skills Employees Need to Succeed in the Workplace

Who better to explain what skills employees need in order to succeed in the workplace than today’s employers and people who are actually in the workforce? Read More Here

15

October

2016

Signs of Being Approachable in the Workplace

Whether you are someone at entry level or a high-level manager, being approachable in the workplace can help you gain recognition and respect… Read More Here

15

October

2016

When A Co-Worker Takes Credit For Your Work

How you handle the situation of someone else trying to take credit for your work depends on two main factors: who the person is and how egregious the credit taking that occurred… Read More Here

13

October

2016

How to Respond to False Accusations

Rumors, smears, and unjust characterizations can happen online, in the workplace, and in the courtroom. Some false stories die, and some spread. Whether you’re falsely accused to your face, behind your back, in the court, or in print, it is vital to stay calm and know your rights… Read More Here

13

October

2016

How to Deal With a Boss Who Unfairly Accused You of Something You Did Not Do

Jobs can be tough enough without adding a false accusation to the mix. If your boss has wrongly accused you of something, your first reaction might be to lash out in anger or talk about him behind his back. But you need to act professionally so as not to add fuel to the accusation and […]

13

October

2016

How to Succeed When Your Boss Doesn’t Have Time for You

For employees who are used to being micromanaged or butting heads with their boss, having a manager who keeps his or her distance may seem like a dream—or at least, a pretty good problem to have… Read More Here

11

October

2016

Ten Signs Your Boss Doesn’t Respect You

Here are ten signs your manager doesn’t respect you, and it’s time to make a change! Read More Here