Considering we spend at least one-third of our life at work, you’d think we’d be able to separate fact from fiction. And yet there are plenty of workplace myths floating around.
From the number of hours we work in a day, to what motivates us and even resumes as the best indicators of top talent… a variety of mis-truths have become known as fact…
Whether you just started looking for a new job or you have been searching for a while, you know that the job hunt can be an extensive and exhausting progress. There are those who beat the search… and those who let the search beat them.
In this terrific infographic from The Job Search Coach, you’ll see the top traits of uber successful job seekers. Specifically, you’ll learn the ten things the do NOT do as they search for work.
Check out the infographic with an open mind…. and see if maybe you’re doing some of these don’ts!
We all want to be paid fairly for the work we do. We want to go to the office each day knowing we’re valued – and compensation is a major component of that.
Actually asking for a higher salary, though, makes many of us feel uneasy. We don’t know how to approach the subject with our boss or HR…
Open work spaces, freelancers, yoga and meditation rooms, flexible work schedules… this is definitely not your parent’s workplace!
How are we supposed to keep up with these trends? And as employees and leaders, how do we keep up with everything happening around us?