Tag Archives: employer

Do you have any questions for me

When an interviewer asks you this question, it is very important that you have an answer. Many candidates make the mistake of saying that they have no questions at the end of the interview. What this does is communicate to … Continue reading

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Would you hire me if you were blindfolded?

As a child, having your name mispronounced hurts. But what happens as an adult, when your name hurts your chances of earning a fair living? “We may think we don’t discriminate, but many of us are guided by our unconscious … Continue reading

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Trap for Prying Eyes

I’m pretty sure my employer is spying on me by reading my work email, because I’m highly valuable. I am thinking about writing a resignation letter, postdated a couple months from now, signing and scanning it, and emailing it to … Continue reading

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How to Move Past An On-The-Job Mistake.

Q: I made a mistake at work that cost my company some money and embarrassed some executives. Yet everyone seems to be moving on but me; I can’t seem to let go and no longer trust my own judgment. What … Continue reading

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Small Business

Were in a tight labor market, and entrepreneurs must be smart about what they offer new employees. New hires want to know: How is this company helping me plan for my future, helping with my wellness? These questions don’t just … Continue reading

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