Poll results are in! What’s important to the American Worker? Culture takes the top spot with 31.3% of the vote, Wages/Salary coming in second at 25%, a tie for third is awarded to Company Leadership, and Location with 12.5% of the vote.
If you’ve been in the workforce for a while, chances are you’ve worked for at least two different companies. While the excitement of starting a new job is great, it’s important to get a strong start by making a good first impression with your coworkers. Here are 5 behaviors to avoid when joining a new […]
Take a quick look around your office. Do you see several generations of employees all working together?
With 2016 right around the corner, companies of all sizes and industries are looking to add talent to their team for the New Year. With the demand for top talent at an insanely-high level, companies find themselves competing with each other for the same candidates. A number of companies have stepped up their game and […]
My friend chuckled as he looked over my resume. Upon asking him what he was laughing at, he responded with “Why the heck would you put your college hockey experience and awards on your resume? No one is going to care about that.”
If you work in a corporate setting, chances are you’ve either encountered or been the perpetrator of one of these office kitchen no-no’s… 1. Eating another employee’s lunch This is one you want to avoid all together, especially in a smaller office setting. Lunch is a special time during the work day, people look forward […]