Sometimes the only way to get through the daily grind is with your partner by your side. But is working with your S.O. really all it's cracked up to be? And more importantly: Could it spell trouble for your career?
You've already done the hardest part... But what's next? Learn best practices on how to keep recruiters interested in you after the interview is over.
If you're ready to be a leader but feel like your resume could use some work, don't worry; you're not alone. There are lots of ways to boost your resume and readiness, even if you're not currently in a management role at your job. Between nonprofits, mentoring, and entrepreneurship opportunities, you can demonstrate serious leadership potential entirely on your own.
How we act around others, how much space we take up, and even the tones of our voices affects our ability to impress our bosses. Subconsciously, our bodies are responding to others and what they say; that may just be the reason you're not getting promoted.
Most people know that some things, like emoticons or slang, are not acceptable in business emails, but few people give thought to their salutations. However, the way you open and close a message can say just as much to the reader as the email itself.
Women at the top of their field--whether they're A-list actresses or CEOs of multinational corporations--usually got there by working incredibly hard and benefiting from a little luck along the way. And once they've arrived, they've usually earned a few valuable lessons. If you're looking for guidance in these areas--and who isn't?--these bits of celebrity wisdom are priceless.
More and more companies are willing to take a chance on remote employees, giving you more career options than ever before--as long as you have the discipline required.