By Vivian Giang
As workplaces undergo dramatic transformations, leaders must learn to manage in an entirely different way. To lift morale, leadership must be flexible and innovative.
"When employee morale is high, productivity rises. When employee morale is low, it's hard to retain the best and brightest... Read More »
By Heather Legg
Job interviews are frustrating enough. Trying to pick out the perfect look, getting there on time (but not too early), doing research on the position ... you have plenty to worry about. Then there's the actual interview: answering the questions thoroughly (but not rambling), seeming... Read More »
By Alison Green
Not much makes job-seekers more anxious than negotiating-or even discussing-salary. After all, you might ask for too much, ask for too little, or otherwise sabotage your own chances of getting the best possible salary. Negotiation will go more smoothly if you know what landmines to avoid. Read More »
As wages for workers have stagnated in recent years, many employees have become increasingly appreciative of the benefits their employers provide.
A recent survey by consulting-firm Mercer shows benefits now play a more important role in a worker's decision to join an organization and stay with it. However,... Read More »
One of the most memorable lines from the movie "The Devil Wears Prada" is, "A million girls would kill for this job" -- the job in question of course being aspiring journalist Andy Sachs' role as an assistant to the editor-in-chief of Runway magazine (a character supposedly inspired by Vogue matriarch Anna... Read More »
"You want moving expenses? You've got to be kidding!" That's what more and more prospective employees are hearing these days. If you're looking for jobs in a city that's too far to commute, you'd better be prepared to pay your own way.
In a recent Society for Human Resource Management poll, 58 percent of... Read More »
If you're looking for or thinking about switching to part-time work, don't think that you have to give up benefits in exchange for more flexibility. More and more companies today are offering benefits to part-time employees in attempts to attract and retain harder-working, more-qualified workers.
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