By Miriam Salpeter
It's never too early to start earning a superior performance review. When you set goals and take steps to meet initiatives, you have a better chance of driving your own career. If you want a stellar performance review next year, start thinking about how you can make a positive impact at... Read More »
By Brian O'Connell
When it comes to knocking a job performance review out of the park, it pays to be aggressive and to be your own public relations director.
It's an uphill climb for U.S. workers, who increasingly see job performance reviews as a useless exercise, and one that doesn't necessarily... Read More »
By Heather Huhman
The short answer: Yes.
The long answer: Personal finance problems can affect all aspects of your life, from your relationships to your hobbies and, yes, even your career. Just like financial problems can distract you from other things in your life, they can distract you from work -- not... Read More »
Do you want your boss to be brutally honest about how you're doing? Or would you rather work, day in and day out, in blissful ignorance until it comes time to trim the office fat and you discover that you're at the top of the layoff list for your lackluster performance?
While criticism can be hard to hear,... Read More »
They say "flattery will get you nowhere," and perhaps in some instances that's true; especially in the workplace.
In fact, that tactic, if ineptly used on the job, has the potential for not only backfiring big-time with an impatient boss, but also alienating fellow employees who won't waste any time... Read More »