Most employees are not aware of how working remotely can be a career killer. An HR exec outlines the downside to your career around remote work and how to overcome any manager bias around remote work.
I review two books to celebrate Asian History month. These books are unique in that I think they are not well circulated yet and will resonate universally. Regardless of your ethnicity, these books will open your eyes and help you learn about differences.
Secret: most managers bucket your employee performance into one of three tiers. Your career is dependent on which tier you are in. What these tiers are and how to make sure your performance is being judged correctly.
HR exec and minority explains why he is bewildered on the topic of diversity in the workplace. He admits that he has many questions, is getting conflicting answers and shares how his philosophy has changed.
The holiday blues are a real thing. Fortunately, we can minimize or eliminate these moody times. How to recognize when you are about to enter a funk and simple steps you can take to keep the holiday blues away.
Has your career stalled? HR executive explains why some careers take off and why some fall flat. Signs you have a stalled career, why your career stalled, and how to jump-start your career with three simple steps.
An HR exec lists the top reasons you can be fired by your employer that you weren’t aware of or not taking seriously. We all know the usual reasons for being fired including theft and assault. Here is what you didn’t know you could be fired for.
Many receive feedback,
but only the wise profit from it. Harper Lee
Interactions with managers have dropped significantly in the remote work environment. Let’s face it, Zoom and chat are not as effective as a face to face interaction.
Not only do we miss a lot of the body language when communicating online,
Top 5 reasons your resume doesn’t pass the first sniff test
Have you turned in your resume and not heard back from the hiring company? Yes, unemployment numbers are high, but we know that recruiters and hiring managers have a resume sniff test. Resumes will immediately be passed over for a few specific reasons.