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How to Avoid Job Interview Stress

Are you looking for a job and stressed over interviewing? You're not alone. Job interviews can be tough, even if you have gone on a lot of them. The high level of anxiety around interviewing can make life difficult, and even sabotage your chances of landing a job. ...




The Best Way to Come Out to Coworkers and Bosses

In a column for Bloomberg Businessweek, Cook wrote: “I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me.”
 
The Apple chief’s column continued to say while he had wanted to maintain “a basic level of privacy,” he felt that this was holding him back from helping others. ...




What to Do If You Can't Answer an Interview Question

The thought of not being able to answer an interview question is a scary one for many job applicants. It happens more often than you might think. Sometimes, you simply don't know the answer. In other cases, you may know, but your brain freezes in the moment. ...




Six Summertime Survival Tips For Work-at-Home Moms

Summer is one of the most difficult seasons for entrepreneur moms.
 
Juggling work with kids who need extra attention and outside playtime can make for some stressful days. You want to have fun, but you also know that the demands of business require your attention. Here are a few tips that will help you get through the summer and stay sane in the process. ...




7 exercises you can do at your desk

Here are some simple exercises to boost your fitness and lift you out of your chair.

It can be difficult to incorporate a fair amount of exercise into your packed work-schedule, especially if your job requires you to be desk-bound for a good chunk of the day. ...




‘Diversity Fatigue’ In A Profession Where There’s Not Enough Diversity

I had not come across the term “diversity fatigue” until recently. Yes, I know, I’m  a long-term resident of Planet Oblivia and so, I’m not “au courant,” so to speak, on many things, including this. “Diversity” is certainly not a new concept to me, being a dinosaur woman lawyer  admitted to practice way back in 1976, but coupling the word “fatigue” with “diversity” is a new concept to me, and one that I am not at all happy about. ...




Workplace fatigue problems can be curbed, experts say

Employers wishing to combat fatigue in the workplace can do so by alternating tasks, limiting overtime shifts and rotating shift schedules to ensure no one is always on the night shift, according to experts.
 
The hurdle is getting managers to take on solutions that can limit workplace accidents because of concerns that such solutions come at the expense of productivity, experts say. ...




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. ...