1. Being late to an interview It doesn't matter how many people will tell you differently, unless you had an accident or something, being late to an interview will definitely not make a good impression and will automatically place you to the bottom of the list. First it gives the impression that you are not … Continue reading Self sabotaging in job interviews. Part I
1. In meetings When you are in a meeting, instead of looking for stuff to correct, look for stuff to add to the conversation. Focus on your goals and do not lose them from sight just for the sake of being right. Think about what is being said instead of focusing on what you are … Continue reading How to be constructive instead of destructive at work
This is serious. If you feel your boss is harassing you don't wait for months until you take action. It will have a cost on your career, on your health, on your entire life. Let's take a closer look. Although legal definitions of harassment can differ from one country to another, there commonly are three … Continue reading Help! My boss harasses me!
1. Don't brag Yes you heard it well, don't brag! About yourself, your skills, about your school, about your children, your spouse, your country, about anything. Unless you're doing something wrong like gossiping, being nosy or failing on your team playing skills, the number one reason your coworkers will leave you out is envy and … Continue reading 5 tips to get along with your coworkers
Having a new boss is not necessarily a problem. Both when you change jobs and when your boss changes on you, you have the advantage of a clean slate. Here are a few ideas on how to start off on the right foot with your new boss: 1. Do not listen to rumors. It is … Continue reading There is a new boss in town