Worklife Round-up for July 2, 2018
This week we have articles on modern resume formats, worklife balance, workaholics and networking mistakes.
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Mid-September is the perfect time to pull out your resume and get it in shape for 2018. Whether you plan to job-hunt next year or not, an annual resume update is a very good idea. You are the CEO of your career. Your resume is your presentation to people who don’t know you.
This article is part of a series on work-life balance. Check out the companion pieces here: The 20 Best Work-Life Balance Jobs and 5 Signs You Might Be a Workaholic. These days, work-life balance can seem like an impossible feat. Technology makes workers accessible around the clock. Fears of job loss […]
Nancy Rothbard, a professor of management at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, draws a distinction between workaholism and working long hours. She explains the health consequences of being addicted to your work. She also gives practical advice for managing work addiction, whether it’s you who’s suffering, your direct report, boss, peer, or partner.
Love it or hate it, networking needs to be a part of your professional plan. You’ve upped your confidence, have had success and feel more comfortable with the process. Great. Be sure you know how to avoid the biggest networking mistakes so all your hard work doesn’t go to waste.
At the end of the year, a lot of us use some of the holiday down time to evaluate where we are in our careers and how much we want to stay with our current jobs or change to something different in the upcoming year.