A good-for-now job is a small sacrifice to make in exchange for a reference who can vouch for your integrity.
Whatever gimmicky mnemonic you can come up with, fashion it into a marketing hook and hang it on your email signature, your business cards and...
An analyst needs help with being more creative during presentations.
"My employer recently sent me a text reminding me to 'make sure you come in with your hair done, makeup on, and a bra on.'"
That's a pretty neat trick your employer has pulled, getting a laid-off employee to come back and replace herself for no pay.
Even if you had power to “fire” her, nonprofits can seldom afford to lose dedicated volunteers.
The solution is to rewire our brains, not find the elusive perfect job.
A 50-year-old creative director has been working with someone who brings out the worst in him. But lately, he's been thinking that maybe he's the...
She's trying to prove she should be regarded no differently from her male peers while having to work around obstacles none of her male peers...
People will create their own narratives to fill in the blank, and fear typically drives people to expect the worst.
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