If you have been offered a job in a new city or thinking of relocating for work, you are not alone. In fact, Americans move most often for work, according to past research by SHRM. While relocation for work can be an exciting opportunity to start anew, it also comes with a few considerations. … [Read more...] about 3 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Deciding To Relocate For Work
Redefining your career path, especially when you’re “of a certain age”, can be very exciting - but it can also be extremely intimidating. The mere thought of it is enough to send your anxiety levels through the roof – not to mention giving you even more grey hairs that you don’t need. … [Read more...] about How to Redefine Your Career Path
Today, as the job market in the USA is being shifted by the covid-19 pandemic, creating the proper resume has become a focal point for many. The short answer to the question in the headline of the article is NO. Especially if you are applying for a job in the UK, US, or Canada. Most companies in these countries are bias-conscious. That means that employers protect themselves this way from lawsuits connected to discrimination. In most cases, they just discard the resumes with pictures added without even considering them briefly. … [Read more...] about Is it Appropriate to Add a Photo to Your Resume?
The majority of the time, working for a boss means taking instructions and being asked to do stuff. However, sometimes we get asked to do stuff that we're not too keen on but because it's part of the job, accept the request, and get on with it. Occasionally though, we will be asked to do something by our boss that we are just not happy to comply with and this can create a real problem. Do we just accept it and get on it, probably with growing resentment to our boss and job, or do we stand our ground and say "no, I am not happy to do this"? A lot will depend on the type of boss we have, but if we do decide to go ahead and say no to our boss, there are ways to increase the possibility of our refusal being accepted without a major drama occurring. Be Clear First and foremost, establish a clear and concise rationale as to why you are saying no. Have the facts and figures, and reasons clearly outlined in your mind. You will increase the chances of your request bring granted if you also … [Read more...] about How to Say "No" to Your Boss
The remote work lifestyle, whether you travel or work from home, offers a certain degree of freedom. However, with it comes complete and utter responsibility. It’s also challenging to stay focused and motivated, especially when you don’t have the friendly competition of co-workers and there are a million projects around the house you’d rather be accomplishing. … [Read more...] about Remote Work: How to Stay Motivated
People wear glasses for all sorts of reasons, naturally, their vision may need correction or perhaps they simply prefer wearing frames to contact lenses. Whatever the reason, people who wear glasses at work often feel like they’re at an advantage over their co-workers. Perhaps it’s their particular style choice or the fact that glasses make you more memorable to your peers and those big bosses you’re trying to impress, but it’s true that more people are wearing glasses at work and not just to help correct their vision. Just a few short decades ago, wearing glasses often meant being pigeon-holed into being a geek, or someone overly bookish and shy. Today, thanks to the development and advances of glasses and lens technology – check out EyeBuyDirect.com for the latest in high index lenses – glasses have never been more on-trend, giving the wearers confidence, style and even a much-needed performance boost at work. In this post, we’ll explore some interesting reasons you should … [Read more...] about Interesting Reasons to Start Wearing Glasses in the Office
Payroll records are essential documents in any commercial setting. They capture a lot of information concerning the payment of workers. As an employer, you will find yourself following a specific guideline by the government on how to proceed with payroll recording. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) for example, needs a manager to keep such documents for three years. … [Read more...] about What Should You Include in a Payroll Record?
If you chose to study a subject in college that has an easily identified career path like business or teaching, you were probably asked “What are you going to do with that?” at Thanksgiving for four years. In this aspect, a political science degree is no different than communication or psychology. If you have any doubts or uncertainty about your career path with your political science degree and understanding of politics, we have nine careers that you can pursue should you decide to explore your options. … [Read more...] about 9 Great Jobs for Political Science Majors
After completing your undergraduate degree, you might feel ready to dive into your next academic pursuit to lead you to your ideal career path. The only problem is you aren't quite sure what that career path is yet. You thrive in analytical studies and have an interest in business and finance, but you aren't sure how to proceed. … [Read more...] about 3 Career Paths for MSBA Grads
There are several complex steps to engineer a maintainable, high-performance Android OS software application. And it’s no secret that mobile app development has big potential. Android is one of the most popular operating systems for modern application users. … [Read more...] about How to Succeed as an Android OS Developer In a Competitive Market