Congratulations! You have accomplished something you worked long and hard for -- You graduated! You have your degree, and no one can take it away from you. Earning a degree is an achievement that you should be proud of. Now that school is behind you (for now …), it’s time to look to look for … Continue reading Workplace Tips for New Graduates
Then next time a supervisor give you a boring, meaningless task to do, say a silent "thank you." You've just been handed the opportunity to boost your career.
From Day One, choose to communicate and develop work habits that show your customers, coworkers and supervisors that you respect yourself and the job. Here are 5 tips for new employees to make a good first impression.
A recent visit to San Antonio, TX revealed an unusual treasure. What’s most interesting to me is the quote from Samuel Gompers on the base of the statue.
Congratulations! After a difficult search, you are starting a new job. Now what? Aside from knowing your job description, what does your new employer expect from you? Think about it: When was the last time you were the new person at work? Do you remember how to make a good first impression?