It takes a lot of guts to quit your job. It often means taking risks that are uncertain and a lot of unknowns. So, it’s not surprising that it can be tempting to stick with the familiar, especially if your boss promises to up their game, and possibly your salary, in a counteroffer when you [...]
There's more to productivity at work than blocking Facebook or only checking your email at certain intervals. It turns out that taking breaks -- and I don't just mean for lunch -- can do wonders for your long-term focus. That's where your office's break room comes in. But did you know that the atmosphere and contents of the break room can have an effect on the quality of these breaks?
We’ve all left a job. Whether voluntarily or involuntarily, leaving your organization or position is a commonality we all share at some point. The difference is how each person handles that transition. For many employees, especially those who voluntarily resign, leaving is a process they go through. It could involve months of thinking about it and planning out each detail. For those employees who are terminated though, they may or may not have much warning.
You want a promotion this year—but you’re not sure what moves will make it happen. You’re in luck, because while we couldn’t ask your boss for the answer, we did ask eight managers what they want to see before they’ll give their own employees a boost. Try their suggestions at your own workplace, and you may just snag that promotion soon.