They say actions speak louder than words, and this is especially true when it comes to an interview with a potential employer. Certain nonverbal cues can either impress an employer or push them onto the
Today is National Bosses Day and what better way to celebrate it than to tell bosses everywhere what skills they need if they want to be seen as a good boss. It beats giving them a "World's Best Boss"
if you can't get out of your motivational funk, your productivity will plummet. Self-indulgence and pity parties are not suitable for your business. The good news is that there are always options to regain
A Google Executive Reviewed More Than 20,000 Resumes--Here's His Surprising Secret for Writing a Winning One
According to a CareerBuilder survey, 58 percent of resumes have typos. Don't be in that 58 percent. Still waiting to hear back from all those jobs you've applied for? Even if you have spent hours spell-checking,
A return to the apprenticeship model will mean you don't have to stop working to learn. If you're a fan of the television show Blackish, then you may recall the episode when Junior breaks the news to solidly
Marriage, unless to an exceptional man, is often a 'bad bargain' for women Not long ago I had a discussion with a friend about why she married, and ultimately divorced, someone she knew wasn’t right for
A 2019 survey conducted by staffing agency Robert Half found approximately 28 percent of candidates have backed out of a job offer after accepting it. Most who did so reported they had received a better
So it's no wonder their recruiters are picky. A resume with a typo in it is automatically rejected. But a more subtle problem with your resume could also get you axed from consideration: excessive length.
Our work lives have become increasingly demanding, presenting us with ever more complex challenges at a near-relentless pace. Add in personal or family needs, and it’s easy to feel constantly overwhelmed.
The U.S. Marine Corps Uses the 'Rule of 3' to Organize Almost Everything. Here's How Learning It 21 Years Ago Changed My
It all started with a copy of Inc. magazine that my dad handed me back in 1998. This is a story about the U.S. Marine Corps, the Rule of 3, and how to avoid getting overwhelmed. It's also about the first