Toxic coworkers should be avoided like the plague. Why? There’s a chance that you’ll ‘catch’ whatever they have and it will affect your career. Here are some of the most toxic workplace personalities and what you should and should not do around them.
Before you lawyer up, hit the gym and delete Facebook (not necessarily in that order), it might be best to change your mind set about what an interview is really designed for. It’s not an interrogation, instead it’s a chance for you and people at a company to meet up and see if there’s any connection. Sure, first dates are nerve-wracking too, but you’re not just worried about whether the person likes you – you’re also worried about liking the other person. Don’t forget, companies don’t hire people, people that work at companies hire people, so often the best qualified or most skilled person loses out to someone that’s more likeable. The problem is most people hide too much of themselves away in an interview and it’s impossible for many hiring managers to form an opinion if you’re likeable or not! Oops.
No two Presidents took the exact same path to the White House. Some of those paths were a bit more unusual than others! Here’s some of the most unusual jobs held by former Presidents and how the current nominees compare.
A staggering 70% of US employees are not engaged in the workplace. This modern day zombie apocalypse comes at a greater cost than you likely realize or even imagine.
Even though employees may be unlikely to negotiate for more and better perks, it’s clear non-traditional perks are an important consideration for workers choosing between potential new jobs. Regardless of age, employee perks provide valuable incentives that can make or break a person’s decision to take a job—and stay at it.
Searching for a new job? You might be surprised to learn that many “facts” of job hunting are actually not true. Don’t let these myths keep you from your next great job opportunity.