To celebrate Candy Flavas’ Flavaversary and their 4th year in business, they are giving away one of their ‘Green Glam’ scented candles on my blog.
Working on your career goals are just as important as anything else you may want to resolve to do, and the New Year is a great time to start making changes and improvements in your work life.
Ah, it’s Secret Santa time at offices all across the world. Playing Secret Santa can be difficult, especially when you don’t know what to get your colleague.
November and December can be two of the toughest months to stay focused during work. With the holiday season in full force as well as days off during the week due to Thanksgiving and Christmas, it can be difficult to keep everything together personal wise while working.
What better way to get in your boss’ good graces than to ply them with gifts and liquor and such. Oh, and if your review and raise time is coming up, please use this “holiday” to your advantage. Get that money!
It can be a daunting task going back to work after a three or four day holiday weekend or vacation. Maybe you traveled to another city and after the apex of a great weekend, you suddenly find yourself depressed when you land back in your town.
In this difficult time of employment and job opportunities, it takes a little creativity and a lot of drive to land your dream job. Networking and volunteering are both methods many use to find a job in the field they want, but there is yet another vital tool that may help in finding that perfect job—getting to know the gatekeeper.
Even though I have left my cubicle behind to work from home, I consult with businesses regarding HR issues, and I have been constantly aware that there is still a huge disparity when it comes to what men make in the workplace versus what women make.
During the holidays, I have found as a previous human resources manager, that the holiday time brings a lot of challenging fodder in the workplace—
Ah, the life of the cubicle. It usually involves a boss of some kind micromanaging or wielding their power over us as we slave away for corporate betterment. No matter what type of position we may have in our work…
For almost fifteen years, I worked for someone else because I was scared to be out on my own. Scared to not have health insurance, a guaranteed paycheck every two weeks, paid vacation, and the other accoutrements that comes with…
We’ve all had embarrassing or weird things or situations happen to us at work. I know I for one, have had tons. So many, that my initial plan for this website/blog was to post embarrassing work scenarios that I witnessed…