It’s your resume…duh! There is a perception that if you have the right connections or experience you don’t need to worry about your resume. Unfortunately
With a new job offer in hand you are finally released. Delivered from the daily torture of a job you despise. You are probably tempted
Last week I wrote a post questioning the term “employee engagement.” I wasn’t so much questioning the validity of pursuing employee engagement as really questioning
With graduation right around the corner everyone will be throwing out advice on how to get that first job and how to succeed at your
All this talk about the Olympics has me thinking about the hard work and dedication necessary to get to the top level of your field.
Some of my non-HR audience members, may be tempted to think “Why would I care if HR loves me?” Let me explain why you should
Today I am writing at Performance I Create, talking about career development. Here is a quick preview: [blockquote source=”Performance I Create”] Maybe your day is
Like many, I grew up reading Bill Watterson’s Calvin and Hobbes comic strip. Sunday mornings my brother and I would fight over who would get