It pays to put your best foot forward on the job. But, that doesn’t mean that you should be phony or inauthentic. It’s hard ...
The members of Generation Z are quite different than their Millennial older siblings. We’re just beginning to understand the ...
If you’ve had to hire any employees lately, you already know retaining great employees is tough in our tight labor market. In ...
Perfectionism can make you feel like you need to do everything just right or there will be terrible consequences. ...
Don’t underestimate the impact of a good story. Being able to paint a picture with words helps others to see things the way ...
The “gig” is up—according to the Department of Labor (DOL), anyway. An opinion letter recently published by the agency rules that gig-economy workers are independent contractors, not regular employees ...
What are the top reasons people are leaving a job? And what attracts people to their new organization? The latest PayScale ...
This article is written by Jessica Nguyen, General Counsel of PayScale. As the General Counsel of PayScale, naturally, I pay close attention to laws intended to further pay equity. PayScale is based ...
Men of color in the US have always faced income inequality. Today, 55 years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act banned pay discrimination on the basis of race, men of color still do not receive ...
Very few words strike fear in the hearts of others as much as the term networking does. I’ve heard variations on “I hate networking” from people of all walks of life and at all points of their careers ...
Getting back into the workforce after taking an extended break is tough. Even if you’re going back into the same field, it can take a lot of extra time and effort to build a network, prepare for ...
Jessica Miller-Merrell, Blogging4Jobs If you’re in the business of giving or receiving (or hoping to receive) an annual merit increase, it’s a good time to get familiar with pay bands. Pay bands — a ...