What exactly is a flexible workplace? It’s all about when, where and how people work. The United States trails behind European countries that already provide employees with the right to request a flexible workplace. The U.S. government is, however, promoting
It’s a well-known fact that it takes a staff of dedicated, well-trained employees to operate a successful business. But keeping that staff in place—contentedly serving your customers—takes thought and effort on the part of company leadership and management. What makes
Recently on the Working World Inc. Blog we discussed ‘Married to the Job Syndrome.’ Untreated it leads to job burnout and even career burnout. Work stress assessment Are we talking about you? Mayo Clinic offers this quick assessment. Have you
How Your Digital Footprint Affects Your Employment Potential Your digital footprint, specifically your Internet footprint, is your presence or identity on the Web. This footprint can be the incidental by-product of your activity on the Web, or you can make
The hiring market is tighter than ever with one out of six American workers looking for work they can’t find (American Staffing Association, Annual Statistics). That means that while hiring can be arbitrary, you have an obligation to do everything
Put yourself in the shoes of the HR professional who has fifty or maybe a hundred resumes to sift through today alone. With bleary eyes, he or she persists, longing for the one that makes a neat, strong, focused presentation.