How Your Nightly Routine Can Set You up for a Better Workday

We know the feeling. It’s 10 a.m. and you’re already behind. You’re tired, harried and overwhelmed. Somehow, everything gets (mostly) straightened out by the time you head home, but it’s just a few hours until you have to turn around and do it all over again. Is there a way to avoid that oh-my-gosh-the-water’s-already-up-to-my-neck feeling?… Read more »

Don’t Get Tricked by a Potential New Hire! Here’s How to Spot Lies on a Resume

You can’t blame these on the age of alternative facts and fake news. Lying on a resume represents an age-old job-search tradition. To some extent, a little exaggeration is expected. It’s one of those things – like advertising copy or a sales pitch – where a little fudging and a bit of spin is par… Read more »

Landed Yourself a Second Interview? Here Are Your Next Steps

You scoured the web and found the perfect job opening. You re-taught yourself how to iron a shirt and managed not to sweat through it during the first interview. Something must have gone right, because they’ve called you back for a second meeting. Now what? First off, congratulate yourself. Even if you don’t end up… Read more »

Here’s How You Can Land Your Next Promotion

A treadmill. A grind. A dead-end. A lot of nicknames have been coined for bad work experiences. If we aren’t careful, the office can become a dreary place, where we crank out the same kind of work day after day, and even year after year. One way to stay out of that loop: keep moving… Read more »

Here’s How You Can Stay Motivated During a Long Day at Work

Staring down an eight-hour day can be daunting. It’s easy to let your attention lag. However, it’s important to do what you can to keep your mind on work. First, your career will improve if you can find ways to boost your productivity and effectiveness, which can’t happen if you spend the day drowsy and… Read more »