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U.S. Employees are "Begging" to Bring Their Dogs to Work

New Survey from Mars Petcare Reveals Employees' Desires to Bring Their Dogs to Work, and Benefits for Business Who Are Pet-Friendly
 


FRANKLIN, Tenn., June 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Our co-workers often become our friends, confidants and trusted sources for advice. ...




10 Ways to Build Your Confidence at Work

Here are ten habits to develop to gain more confidence at work.




Confidence is not something we're born with.
Think about it. As infants, we all had to depend on a caregiver for nurturing and growth. As we mature, we learn how to feed ourselves, put on our own clothes, and communicate with those around us. ...




Six Toxic Beliefs That Will Ruin Your Career

These ideas can place a huge blockade between you and your career ambitions.
 





There is nothing wrong with making a mistake. It’s what you say to yourself after you mess up that matters. Your self-talk (the thoughts you have about your feelings) can either magnify the negativity or help you turn that misstep into something productive. ...




The Best Career for Your Zodiac Sign

If you are just starting out in the working world or are looking to change careers, you don’t need to take a test or consult a career professional—just look to the stars. Your zodiac sign may be an indicator of what careers best suit your lifestyle and personality. ...




16 Reasons Why You Should Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone Now

Before I started Uncommon Clarity in 2004, I read Alan Weiss’ book Getting Started in Consulting. Any independent professional, whether consultant, painter, lawyer, or something else is in the marketing business first and foremost. Hanging a shingle on the proverbial door might let you call yourself a consultant, but it doesn’t let you practice it. ...




Don't Make These 7 Common Mistakes When Choosing a Career Path

Choosing a career is no easy task. Deciding what you want to do for the rest of your life is tough to say the least. What if you make the wrong choice? What if you choose something that makes you miserable, or leads to stress and money worries? What if something terrible happens to that industry?
 
There are so many what-ifs when it comes to choosing a career. ...




7 Tips To Nail A Skype Interview

Aleksandra Sobic of Mankato, Minnesota was thrilled to interview for a position with a company that facilitates and guides international tours, based out of Thailand.
 
“I nailed the first round phone interview, and 
then was asked to interview via Skype. ...




Ready to Work? Top Tips for Succeeding at Your First Post-College Job

Congratulations on landing your first post-college job! This is an exciting time. You’ll get to put your skills to the test and learn so much in the workplace. As you embark upon this new journey away from the professors and study halls, there are a couple tips you’ll want to remember. ...




This Is How To Land Your First-Ever Management Role

You probably have more leadership experience than you think.
 
You’re ready to take that next step in your career, although you don’t technically have any management experience–yet. Sure, you know you’d be a great boss, but how can you get someone to give you a shot when don’t have any direct supervisory experience?
 

While there’s no magic formula for landing a management role, there are a few things you can do to help employers see your potential. ...




7 Ways to Shut Down Office Sexism Before It Starts

Sexism can run rampant with a particular prominence in the workplace, especially if your career is male-dominated. Luckily, you don't have to stand by and let it happen—here's what you can do...
 
 
 


Sexism is still alive and well in our society—that much is obvious. ...