There are tons of apps, online tools and time management methods out there, but sometimes more old-fashioned means can help you truly get organized. Here are 9 unconventional tips for managing time more effectively. Read More »
By Hila Mehr
You're ambitious, hardworking and smart. Your resume is polished, your cover letter is relevant and you're networking.
Yet, you're still getting rejected from every job you apply for. Read More »
By Emily Eldridge
Today's economic climate is challenging for any corporation. One industry seems particularly lost -- film. Unfathomable budgets have led to major losses and far fewer successful franchises. Home entertainment distribution virtually imploded with on-demand, Redbox and iTunes. 3D is being... Read More »
A cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, the saying goes -- which may explain why Australian company BHP Billiton's rule book, leaked to the Australian Financial Review, made a big deal about employee desks. According to the publication, employees "have to clean their desks every day of all but eight... Read More »
By Heather Huhman
"Would you rather be a big fish in a small pond or a small fish in a sea of water?" Weighing out the pros and cons of large versus small companies is not a foreign task for most of us. So, you have your chosen field, now which environment is right for you: a big corporation or a small... Read More »
American workers are increasingly miserable on the job. No wonder: Those who survived mass layoffs during the recent recession often were rewarded with more work for the same or less pay.
A survey released last fall found that nearly a third (32 percent) of U.S. workers considered quitting their jobs, up 9... Read More »
By Jessica Lawlor
Fresh out of college, you toss off your graduation cap, frame that hard-earned diploma and iron your most professional outfit for your first day at your very first post-college job. Everything you've accomplished thus far has prepared you for this moment. Or has it? Read More »
The French are "dynamic," Indians are "effective," Italians are "problem solvers," and people from Singapore have a "great track record" -- at least by their own accounts. The professional network LinkedIn just released the most popular buzzwords on users' profiles for the past year, and reveals the different... Read More »
It seems that no matter how good we have it, we all want a better job.
That means keeping track of job listings, networking, tracking down leads, analyzing potential employers and scheduling interviews. But these depend on other people, word of mouth, and the quality and quantity of job postings available at... Read More »
I am constantly on the go. I have no office and travel most of the year for sales and partnership meetings. What types of devices, gear and services would you recommend I use to remain efficient and effective?
-- Veronica Michaels, ME Read More »