Career News

Artist Re-envisions Disney Princesses as Career Women

Artist Matt Burt is turning the Disney princess genre on its head by reimagining that instead of waiting around for their happy endings and Princes Charming, the beloved princesses pursued careers.

Publish date: 07/03/2018

 
Do You Find or Develop a Passion?

Researchers at Stanford suggest that the well-intended advice to follow one's passion could backfire.

Publish date: 06/29/2018

 
Why Your Next Meeting Should Happen Outside

The new survey from L.L.Bean found that while most of us enjoy the outdoors, we rarely find the time or the place to work outdoors. How can you get the best of both worlds?

Publish date: 06/27/2018

 
The Link Between Mental Illness and Job Strain

Are you depressed on the job? Chances are, the reason has everything to do with your level of stress according to a study published recently in the journal Lancet Psychiatry.

Publish date: 06/26/2018

 
Why Do Employees Job Hop?

Holding onto an employee has become more and more difficult thanks to a record low (3.9 percent) unemployment rate.

Publish date: 06/26/2018

 
Rewards Sooner Rather Than Later Are More Effective

Giving immediate rewards for work on a task motivates workers more than delaying the reward until the task is complete.

Publish date: 06/22/2018

 
How to Make Onboarding Easy

There are many ways to make a new employee feel welcome. By doing so, they’ll transition more smoothly and feel comfortable faster than letting them fend for themselves. Here are a few ways to ensure success from day one.

Publish date: 06/20/2018

 
The Importance of Workplace Fashion

In order to climb the corporate ladder, one must look the part, according to new research from the staffing firm OfficeTeam.

Publish date: 06/20/2018

 
Many Employers Doing Away with Pre-employment Drug Screenings

According to a number of Human Resource experts, more and more employers are doing away with pre-employment drug screenings for marijuana use in a bid to attract employees.

Publish date: 06/20/2018

 
Abusive Managers Can Feel Remorse and Make Amends

New research reveals that managers who exhibit an episode of abusive behavior ruin both their employees' workdays and their own. They are likely to try to compensate the next day for their bad behavior and reclaim their status as leaders.

Publish date: 06/18/2018

 
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