Worklife Round-up for Oct 29th, 2018
This week we have articles on lazy coworkers, career mistakes, getting a raise and privacy settings.
Most moms have a lot of emotions about returning to work after having a baby-some of them conflicting. You may feel sad to leave your baby. You may feel relief to let professionals be in charge of baby care while you return to a job you have some idea how to do.
Nearly four million of us spend two hours a day travelling to and from the office. Here’s a guide to making that time well spent
When it comes to explaining an employment gap, we often say too much or too little – here’s how to provide just the right amount of details. You took some time away from your career, and that’s OK. Maybe you tended to a sick family member, catered to your kids, pursued another degree, or traveled the world.
By * December 19, 2017 Advertising Disclosure Performance reviews are very common in the workplace and occur anywhere from every three months to a year depending on your job. Performance reviews are a great way for employers to assess your work as a whole and track your progress.
We all know finding work in the design industry is an extremely competitive process, even if you do have a killer design portfolio. With so many talented people around, just getting noticed is a job in itself. Designers and illustrators around the world have long been coming up with unusual creative strategies to give their resumés an edge in the hunt for employment.