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Do I have a duty to report a business conduct violation?

I’m involved in a sticky work situation. I have become aware of a manager’s conduct that is in violation of our standards of business conduct policy. This is not my manager, but another manager. Do I have a duty to report this? Can I get in trouble for not reporting this?
You’ve designed this as a Monday morning brain teaser since we are scant on details here, but I’m game to play. ...




Be Self-Employed: 4 Career Ideas That Will Make You Your Own Boss

If you are tired of punching the time clock and spending your days working for someone else, you may be searching for a great self-employment opportunity. The idea of starting a new business may sound intimidating and scary at first, but after you develop a solid business concept, you may see that your goal is attainable. ...




Dear Boss: Your Team Wants You to Go on Vacation

Over the past decade, a staggering number of studies have demonstrated that our work performance plummets when we work prolonged periods without a break. We know that overworked employees are prone to mood swings, impulsive decision-making, and poor concentration. ...




This Type of New Employee Is the Easiest to Coach (Hint: They're Used to It)

If you're looking for a composed, team player, who's also coachable, hire a former student-athlete.
 
Your next hire could be a game-changer for your company, especially if they're a former student-athlete.Former student-athletes have developed skill-sets that fit perfectly into business. ...




6 Career-Boosting Podcasts You're Going To Love Listening To

    People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing, that’s why we recommend it daily.” —Zig Ziglar“How do you stay so motivated all the time?” my friend recently asked me over a glass (or two) of Pinot Noir. ...




The benefit of single-tasking and how to get yourself to do it

To this day, I still see job descriptions that list "multitasking" as a preferred or required skill. It boggles my mind.Aren't we past that? Don't we know better by now? Isn't asking for multitasking as a skill for today's jobs a bit like asking for a knowledge of bloodletting as a skill for doctors?The drawbacks of multitaskingThere is a well-established pile of evidence that multitasking is actually counterproductive. ...




7 Ways Millennials Can Make Really Smart Career Choices

Choosing a career is, by far, one of the most important decisions you'll ever make in your life.

Feeling lost amid the overwhelming number of career and job opportunities? You're not alone. Choosing a career is, by far, one of the most important decisions you'll ever make in your life. ...




9 Resume Tips To Catch Every Mistake

Your resumé has been written and is now ready to be sent to any prospective employer. Or is it?If you haven’t proofread your resumé, it shouldn't be going anywhere. Follow these nine tips to make sure not a single mistake gets past you:1. Check that all your information is updated. ...




5 tips to help introverted leaders speak up and voice their opinions in meetings

Do you sit in your leadership team meetings observing and reflecting as introverts do? Only speaking when you have something valuable to contribute? Not just speaking for speaking sake. Do people question why you are even there because they think you don't have much to say?Unfortunately, the way that many leadership team meetings are held, doesn't play to the introverted leader's strengths. ...




4 Facts About Internships for Online Bachelor's Students

Prospective online undergrads should consider whether a program allows students to intern near home, experts say.
For many college students, internships are an opportunity to translate what they learn in class into real-world experience.That's what prompted Ashley Armstrong, who earned her bachelor's degree online in 2016 from Colorado State University—Global Campus, to intern for credit – at a nonprofit that provides long-term care services – alongside her classes. ...