Career

You may think your job is boring, but science hints that people who work with people (that’s you) are not half as frustrated by boredom as those who work with numbers.
Don’t you wish things were… well, frankly, easier? Well, maybe that’s not as far-fetched as you think.
At a time when recent surveys show a majority of workers feel highly anxious, overwhelmed, stressed and burned out, many employers have begun offering wellness benefits for their workers. That’s why Nataly Kogan, co-founder of the website happier.com, is really, really happy.
It is said that we allow money to become such a dominant force in our lives because we fail to define exactly what it should do for us. At this point in your career, are you still wondering about the part it should play in your life?
For many, the shift to remote work during the pandemic offered increased flexibility and work-life balance. But a new survey reveals that 47% of remote workers in the U.S. are concerned about the blurred boundaries between their jobs and personal lives.
Nearly two-thirds of employees—62%—plan to ask for a raise this year.
If you use macros or add-ons in Sheets, your heart may have skipped a beat when you no longer saw the Add-ons dropdown menu. The good news is that it’s all still there!
With the growing threat of ransomware, new regulations around privacy and the impact of improper disclosure of company-sensitive information through email, it might be time to have another look at your email policy. Here are some things the policy should cover.
We came across a recent LinkedIn post from a recruiter that garnered hundreds of responses from job seekers as well as HR professionals.
When you get time with a mentor—or even just an interesting interview subject, or someone you professionally admire—you’ll want to make the most of it. Here are some ideas for questions to ask.
Dreading the return to the office? … Yes, you can send a message to all meeting attendees without updating the meeting item itself

Here’s your ‘5 years’ audit

March 25, 2022 Categorized in: Advancement

It’s the interviewer’s favorite question, or the interviewee’s least favorite, or both: Where do you see yourself in five years? The five-year plan is an example of a future-oriented question that challenges applicants to look ahead. But why limit these fascinating questions to job interviews? How about turning them on yourself?
The war in Ukraine has provided a new opening for con artists to steal identity information and bilk money from generous Americans. Here’s how to minimize that risk.