Every day, I correspond with experienced professionals who share the same story. They’ve worked hard to get into college, steadily climbed the corporate ladder and started earning a nice living. These
The National Labor Relations Board, handing an important victory to Uber, has concluded that the company’s drivers are contractors, not employees. The move, outlined by the board’s general counsel in memorandum
In a monthly meeting broadcast to all staff today, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, flanked by many of the company’s executives, announced initiatives meant to address reports of workplace misconduct and the
Your resume is the single most important document in your job search. Every single recruiter, hiring manager or interviewer you talk to will either have looked at your resume or be looking at your resume
If you've ever discovered a new website or app which streamlines the work you need to do, you know how gratifying it can be to get more done, faster. And often, the freshest tools on the market are free,
In the blink of an eye, our busyness can become burnout. Despite that, we wear our busyness like a badge, feeding it to signal our commitment to the job and to prove our worth. But there are casualties
• Curtail Interruptions. It’s a well known fact that women are more likely to be interrupted (by both genders) during conversation, which means they are getting fewer words in than their male coworkers.
In her New York Times bestselling book Becoming, Michelle Obama uses a phrase that for me found deep resonance: the sound of striving. She was referring to her childhood and to the sounds of amateur music
In 2014, as a lawyer with two decades of experience, Nancy Saltzman joined ExlService Holdings as its general counsel. At the time, she was the most senior female executive at the publicly traded consulting
A robot will probably read your résumé before a human does. Here are 3 simple tricks to make sure they don't pass it by.
"If you want to get an interview for your dream job," said Ian Siegel, "you better make sure that a robot can read your résumé." Siegel is the cofounder and CEO of the job-listing and recruiting platform
If you have been out of work for a long period of time or just can’t seem to catch a break, I’d like to offer a scorched-earth, take-no-prisoners strategy to get a job. With all of the headlines boasting