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When Providing References Is a Challenge
Dear Joan: I am updating my resume and need some advice regarding references, should a prospective employer ask for them. I currently work for a 'toxic boss' who would retaliate and make my life miserable if it were known I was looking elsewhere.... (More)
Going From Mom to Employee
It happens five days a week. You have to shift gears from being a mom to being an employee - even the boss. How can you effectively shift gears and get yourself ready for the workday ahead? How do you gain and keep respect with those who work... (More)
The Art of Negotiating a Raise
Negotiation is a give-and-take process until an eventual agreement is reached between two or more parties. To understand the art of negotiation, a jobseeker must understand that it is a give process as much as it is a receiving process. Look at the... (More)
Sue Morem talks with a disillusioned employee who is unchallenged by her job. Her advice talks about discovering mistakes, learning from them, and knowing how to avoid them in future interviews and jobs.
Exceptions for Exceptional Weirdos
John Putzier, author of Weirdos in the Work Place, responds to a reader who has a problem with an employee getting special treatment. A leader practicing discrimination, and it being good for the company?
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