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Holiday office parties can be lots of fun, but they're also legendary for their ability to derail careers and inspire workplace derision that can linger for months.
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The workplace has changed dramatically. These days, there's more to maintaining a career than your day job. Get another oar in the water, fast.
Here's a look at four distinct behaviors HR directors see all the time and how you can present yourself in the best light.
The person you are supposed to meet isn’t in the office. Or they want you to dish gossip on your previous employer. Here's how to finesse such awkward moments.
If a potential employer requests that you hand over your log-in information to social media sites during an interview, expect worse if you're hired.
Before talking with your boss, make sure you're presenting the best case as to why you deserve a salary increase.
Advice for seasoned professionals on how to benefit from social media during a job search.
Tips on navigating five difficult work scenarios with your manager.
Make yourself stand out from other job candidates during and after the interview.
Advice on what not to do when interviewing for a new job.
When you get the call from a hiring manager about setting up an in-person interview, your chances of sealing the deal skyrocket -- from one out of 200 resumes to one out of five or six job candidates. ...
Advice on how to jump-start your professional life in the New Year.
Advice on how to navigate sticky workplace situations during the holidays.
Whether you're a new grad or senior manager, the holidays are an ideal time to perfect your business networking skills.
Advice for older workers on how to keep age from interfering with an effective job search
Tips for professionals -- just starting out or revamping their careers -- on how to remain competitive in today's working world.