Looking for a job when you’re pregnant isn’t exactly ideal. But it can be done, and successfully—take it from this recent job seeker! Here’s what you need to know, for the benefit of you, your little one, and your future employer.
Think you could do your job from the couch? More and more companies are agreeing to work-from-home arrangements for their employees, and it certainly can’t hurt to ask. Here are some tips for starting the conversation with your boss, from a newly-approved telecommuter.
Whether your answer is simple or complex, the question can strike fear in even the most confident candidate. But, it doesn’t have to be as painful as you might think! Here’s how to craft an expert answer to a tough question.
We’ve all had those moments at work—everything’s going wrong and you’re seriously ready to lose it. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to help release your frustration and refocus on being the calm, collected professional you are.
Before you add another bullet point to your resume, consider this: Crafting the perfect document isn’t always about what you add in—the best changes may lie in what you take out. Here are the words you should banish from your resume for good.
Job hopping was once the kiss of death when searching for a new position. But today, having many diverse positions isn’t looked upon quite as negatively. If you find yourself questioning yourself about a short-term stay at a job, read on.