Written by: Micah NorrisGuest Contributor<firstname.lastname@example.org> The average man who works full-time brings in $61,417 per year, but the average full-time female worker only brings in $50,982. In addition to battling the wage gap, approximately 1 out of every 4 women experience some form of workplace harassment - and many of these incidents are never reported. … Continue reading What Should You Do When You’re Being Harassed at Work?
This post talks about the 4 Myths of Career Transition, especially in adults aged 40 and over, and with the title of director and above.
Today's guest post was submitted by Micah Norris of King ROM, a video game HQ. Micah's point today is that, in light of the Great Resignation and other economic issues, companies need to start having recruitment processes in place. All-encompassing recruitment marketing approaches if you will. Not just a single-position recruitment process.
Hire a career coach? Who, me? This post offers insights into why you should. Especially when you're not landing interviews or getting offers.
74% of working people feel they are micromanaged at work. This is just one example of the types of maltreatment that many feel today.
This week, we're featured in the AppointmentsIQ newsletter, and we cannot be more pleased to be associated with this fine group of people.
Beat resume bots (aka Applicant Tracking Systems - ATS) with these 8 tips on how to optimize your resume for digital submission!
This is Part 1 of a 2-part series on Formatting your Resume. There will be a total of 8 suggestions when you combine the two posts.
FOR THE NEXT FEW POSTS, WE’RE GOING TO FOLLOW AN IMAGINARY PERSON THROUGH THE JOURNEY FROM FURLOUGH TO FULL TIME. This is Chapter 5. So, you’ve been let go, laid off, furloughed, fired, terminated – whatever word you use all amounts to the same thing – you are now out of work. And you need … Continue reading From Furlough to Full Time – Chapter 5
From time to time, we repost the work (with permission) of other bloggers when we feel the topic is relevant to our followers. Mark Kelly is a single father, and writes for us from time to time. His topic today talks about how single working parents can juggle both work and children, with some creative … Continue reading Ways to Keep Kids Occupied While You Work [Guest Post]