Stress. We have all experienced at least some level of stress in our lives, whether it be financial, health, work or in our relationships. Today I will share three tips for dealing with work-related stress.
For the first time in our history, there are five generations in the workplace. While every person is unique, we see generational differences in how we conduct business and communicate, differences that can present challenges in the workplace. Let’s explore three today.
Whether you are a Baby Boomer or from Generation X, the workplace is much different from the beginning of your career. This week, I offer advice for those of us who fall into the seasoned worker category.
Times change. Today’s best practices will be replaced by new ones tomorrow. Not keeping up with current practices can create a negative impression. You can learn more about effective resumes with Indeed + Goodwill® at this site. Today let’s explore how to ensure your resume positions you to compete for the job you want.
Of all the questions we ask or are asked of us, the “why” question is potentially the best or most challenging. Whether in an interview or engaged in everyday conversation, consider a different way of wording questions. Let’s explore.
Diversity and inclusion in the workplace brings value to the company and you as an individual. Many of us first think of gender and race when considering diversity; it extends well beyond that to include national origin, age, culture, faith, disabilities, introvert/extrovert and a whole host of other areas.