"Be bold, Be Brave and Be balanced. Your journey in your career is going to be windy at times and straight at times and windy again, but let your voice be heard, your dreams be big, your fears known and your passions explored." by Shaunna Murphy
Shutting off and taking a break from work is so important. Summer is the perfect time to unplug from work, so that you can recharge and ward off burnout. But we know that it’s hard to turn off those email notifications. That’s why Megan Gillman put together her top three tips for taking a true vacation.
If you’re just starting out doing freelance, independent work, or if you’re a recent grad or entry level professional who’s been given a remote position, it can be challenging. So today we’d like to share four tips that we think are essential for anyone working independently and on their own time.
Turning down a new job offer seems counterintuitive, right? Wrong!
There are many factors that determine if a job is a good fit, including salary, culture, commute, benefits, coworkers, supervisors, and the actual role itself. Sometimes . . . there are more cons than pros when thinking through these factors. And if that's the case, you need to move on to find a job that will better for your workplace happiness.
We work so hard to get in front of hiring managers. We set up informational interviews, go to networking events, develop our personal brand, and send out official job applications. All in the hopes of landing our next job, our next big opportunity.
This song and dance gets us to the interview, but the first interview is only the beginning. You still have to land the job. Here are five tips to help you get hired.
All jobs are not created equal. Some are good while others are bad. Bad for your professional growth, bad for your mental health, bad for your financial stability, or bad for your work-life balance. The list goes on and on.
To prevent yourself from jumping from one job and rushing to take a job that will make you even more miserable, it’s critical to treat any interview you enter as if you’re also interviewing them just as much as they are interviewing you.