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  Are You A Contingent Worker
by Robin Schlinger - Jan, 2016
Recently, the Harvard Business Review published some interesting statistics on jobs of the future. They focused on the category of “contingent workers,” those who are independent contractors, consultants, and freelancers. By pulling together research from several sources, they found that the average company currently hires nearly 35% of its staff as contingent workers; the category is growing; and it currently involves about 6...
 
  How to Ask for a Raise When You're Super Nervous Talking About Money
by Melody Wilding - Jan, 2016
Talking about money can be difficult, even scary. It’s a topic that makes a lot of people feel uncomfortable. Whether you’re negotiating higher pay in a new job offer or vying for a promotion in your current role, discussing salary is downright stressful. You’re afraid of getting turned down, making things awkward, or even offending your manager. So, you make excuses as a way to sidestep the conversation. You tone down your...
 
  How to Build Trust at Work
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2016
If you don’t trust someone, it’s pretty difficult to work together. Imagine how challenging it would be to garner strong recommendations, let alone work promotions, if your colleagues don’t trust you. Even if you have many skills and are extremely competent, if you’re not trustworthy, your potential for success at work is bleak, at best. How can you win trust at work and be an ally people want to have on their teams?...
 
  How to Get a Raise in 2016
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jan, 2016
The US Labor market is picking up speed and your promote-ability could follow suit. While asking for a raise may be something you look forward to as much as a root canal, being well prepared will help reduce your anxiety and up your chances of getting a promotion. Remember, you’ll never get it of you don’t ask. Manage Up – Don’t assume that your boss knows everything that you are doing, including the accolades and successes...
 
  How to grow your job search network
by Miriam Salpeter - Jan, 2016
Don’t rest on your networking laurels if you’re in the market for a job — of if you are thinking of starting or growing a business. Once you identify your network, you’ll want to get to work expanding it. You never know who “knows someone who knows someone.” Everyone you meet and impress with your skills and savvy is a potential link to your next great opportunity. Incorporate these plans into your networking: Learn how...
 
  Job Search Failures - Rarely "Fatal"
by Georgia Adamson - Jan, 2016
Wouldn’t it be great if every job search you ever planned could be executed without failures. In other words, you would move yourself from concept and plan to a successful conclusion (i.e., the desired new job) without any mistakes. That’s a dream, and if you recognize that dreams don’t always work the way you hope they will, you’ll be in a better situation. You can regroup and move forward again toward your ultimate goal, whi...
 
  May the Force Be With You as a Seasoned Woman at Work
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jan, 2016
The double standard for men and women continues in the workplace. The recent media debate about whether Carrie Fisher is aging well or not in the blockbuster, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” movie, is an example of women facing scrutiny about looks and appearance in the workplace that does not equally apply to men. It’s a given that the Hollywood lens is more critical for actresses in the film industry with unrealistic Fount...
 
  Resumes That Stand Out: Details Make The Difference
by Robin Schlinger - Jan, 2016
You could inscribe your resume on a gold bar and deliver it in a Lamborghini—but the company you are applying to will still hire the individual who has the right set of skills, accomplishments, knowledge, and experience. You could simply shout from the rooftops that you are the best prepared, best organized, highest potential, most focused candidate for the job—but every company still wants proof in the form of actual accompli...
 
  The One Relationship That Will Change Your Career
by Lindsey Pollak - Jan, 2016
Many well-respected leaders share a secret to career success: having a mentor who guided and advised them along the way. I have relied on the wisdom of a helpful circle of professionals over the years, and I have benefitted from being a mentor, as well (as my readers know, I’m a big fan of the “reverse mentor,” in particular). One thing we don’t hear about often enough: Mentorship is a two-way street. Millennials need to be...
 
  Use The Full Potential Of Your Mind
by Carole Kanchier - Jan, 2016
“Whatever we plant in our subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day become a reality.” - Earl Nightingale. You are what you believe! Belief is a thought in your mind. As a person thinks, feels, and believes, so is the condition of his mind, body and circumstances. Prayers are answered when the individual's subconscious mind responds to the mental picture or thought in his mind. This law of b...
 
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