Regardless of how confident you feel about your preparations for a job interview, there are certain things you should keep in mind when it comes to what hiring managers are looking for in a candidate.
When it comes to asking for help in the workplace, many people balk at the idea. We often fear that we’ll appear weak, dumb, or needy. The truth is, the strongest people do ask for help when they need it. Asking in a professional manner will guarantee successful results.
A recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive reports that 17 percent of the 4,216 of workers in the survey had gone out with co-workers at least twice and 39 percent said they had dated a co-worker at least once in their career. Of those who dated a co-worker only 30 percent indicated the relationship led […]
We all know that person— or people— in the office that seem to constantly complain about work. Don’t get me wrong, occasionally venting about a situation is perfectly normal as long as you stay respectful of your coworkers. However, a company culture with a constant negative attitude can make your professional life miserable and unproductive. […]
Water cooler gossip is a time-honored tradition in company culture, and is understood as a professional courtesy. By not participating in this friendly banter you stand to ostracize yourself from your coworkers, marking yourself as the one who doesn’t talk to anyone or the one that makes others slightly nervous. However, while sharing surface details […]