Your salary history tells an important story of how far you’ve come along a career path. Is it unfair to take a salary history at face value, because there are so often back-stories that need explaining?
Over the last few months, I’ve been hearing from professionals who have experienced romantic relatonships with colleagues to discover some tips to make sure that your date doesn’t spell disaster for your career. If you’re in a relationship (or getting hot under the collar and about to start one) then here’s some great advice, given by people who have been there and done it (and sometimes, regretted it…)
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I look ahead at the challenges I face at work, and at home, and think about whether it’s really worth it. Finding the strength to overcome them isn’t easy, but it’s ALWAYS possible.
Your relationship with your boss is important. In most cases, your boss has influence on your career progression, job satisfaction, and even your pay. Pleasing your boss is a good thing to do, and here are 8 things you can do today to do that (without appearing to be a total kiss-ass.)
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