Before you start that great new gig, check out our crash course in making a great impression, making friends at the office, and making sure your boss is happy.
Thinking about leaving your job, but not sure if it’s the right move? Well, if you’re in one of these three situations, it most likely is. Read on to decide if you should stick it out or start looking for something bigger and better.
When you’re starting a new job, you don’t always get the ample training and step-by-step manual you might hope for. So, how can you survive—and more importantly, succeed—without getting overwhelmed? We’ll show you how.
Leaving your job can be terrifying, but when your current position just isn’t giving you what you need, sometimes it’s a necessary next step. Here are six surefire signs it’s time to move on—and a few last-ditch attemps to try if you’re not ready to let go.
Starting a new job is incredibly exciting, but it’s also incredibly nerve-wracking. If you’re panicking about heading to your new office this week, we’ve gathered four ways to conquer your nerves and take your new experiences in stride.
You’ve started a new job—only to find that your co-workers liked working with your predecessor just fine. So how do you navigate these less-than-hospitable (read: hostile) work relationships? Here are a few ways to approach the situation and win everyone over.
Congratulations—you got a job offer! But don’t pop the champagne just yet—take the time to really evaluate it before you accept. Here’s a checklist of questions to ask yourself before you sign on the dotted line.