From a post by J.T. O’DONNELL for Careerealism.com: I was speaking to a group of job seekers recently about the “new rules” of networking and the following question came up: I’ve connected with a lot of people and they’ve all been very helpful in giving me advice and answering my questions. Some even agreed to meet with me forContinue reading “Networking Nuisance: Best Way to Avoid Being Annoying”
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CareerCast.com Rates the Most Overrated and Underrated Jobs CARLSBAD, Calif., Sept. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Some of the most appealing jobs in today’s workplace are underrated, while alluring jobs like advertising agency executive, photojournalist and public relations executive may hold cachet – but they also have a downside, landing them on the CareerCast listContinue reading “CareerCast.com: Most Overrated and Underrated Jobs”
You may have noticed lately that people are increasingly on edge. Blame it on the stress of working in a highly competitive workplace. Or blame it on a sluggish economy where people think no job (specifically theirs) is safe. No matter how you look at it, tough times bring out the worst in people. ThisContinue reading “Dealing with Workplace Bullies”
It doesn’t matter if you are holding a fork, a spoon or a smartphone—good manners are essential. In the workplace, poor workplace etiquette is beginning to get out of hand. In a survey by Robert Half Technology, 76 percent of managers said bad technical manners can adversely affect employment prospects. Fifty-one (51) percent of theContinue reading “Manners in the Workplace: Time to be Unplugged”