The “cube farm”. Your “cubi-cell”. Many of us have found (or will soon find) ourselves a denizen of cubicle life; that quasi-private, yet well-trafficked home away from home. Ever find yourself frustrated by your life in a cubicle?
Check out this light-hearted graphic from EQA that will help you laugh off the idiosyncrasies of working in that little cube. See how many you can relate to… and let us know, below in the Comments, your own cubicle idiosyncrasies you’ve encountered.
The workforce is a scary place right now.
For those unemployed, it seems like it’ll take a miracle of God to find a job. And for those of us who DO have jobs, we hope and we pray we’ll be able to keep them.
Even GREAT organizations… even those that have been recognized for their financial stability… are having to deal with not-so-great stuff like budget cuts and layoffs…
Since it’s simple roots, the world of work in the US has been ever-changing. From the farm, to factories to offices, and now increasingly to virtual, the employment landscape evolves so quickly it can be hard to keep up.
Technological advancements, combined with a shift in the career outlook outlook of many in light of the recent challenging economy, have transformed yet again what we think of as the typical workspace, and the typical job. And mobile contribution is leading the way.
Check out this interesting infographic on the increasing number of benefits to both employees and employers who engage in a “mobile workstyle”…
Many of us have worked jobs that we aren’t exactly proud of before starting our actual career. And the celebrities that you know and love are no different. They all had to start somewhere, and that place isn’t always the most dignified.
That’s why I put together a list of the weirdest jobs of celebrities before they were celebrities. As you’ll see, even famous celebrities had to start somewhere, just like you. Maybe you aren’t taming lions or puppeteering to pay your bills, but at least you know that sometimes it takes awhile to find your true calling.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer recently made headlines by asking the company’s employees to report to an office for work… according to the memo, there will be no more Yahoo’s working from home for Yahoo.
After Best Buy decided to reevaluate their work-at-home policy, it appeared the virtual workforce was taking a big hit. Or is it?
Anticipation of an upcoming evaluation can be stress-inducing… after all, it is difficult to sit there as your work record is picked apart, section by section. Especially in this economy, any shortcoming is a potential strike against you if downsizing should come around.
A performance review, however, is also is a great opportunity to strengthen your position and shape your role within a company – when you take the time to prepare…