Beau Stephenson gets gigs as a voice-over actor in much the same way people order a car on Uber or find a date on Tinder.
Buzzwords: No one’s quite sure where they come from, and if we did, villagers with torches and pitchforks would be on the scene in seconds.
Last week, one of my co-workers handed me my annual performance appraisal and said my boss wanted me to sign it.
Whatever the root causes, obesity and smoking indisputably contribute to disease and add billions of dollars of health care costs nationally — and make it harder to get hired.
To be able to order something — anything — and have it at my house in two days has saved me time and stress.
Being a manager is not only hard work — it’s also legally dangerous.
Whether a nonprofit runs a budget of $163 million like Catholic Human Services, or a few hundred thousand like my church, paying attention to the numbers is crucial for the top executives, even if they don't hold the title of chief financial officer, Joseph Sweeney, secretary of Catholic Human Services, told me during our Executive Q&A interview published in Sunday's Philadelphia Inquirer.
I am trapped in my job because of a lying supervisor.
When Tina Marshall got laid off in 2014, she was confident that she’d quickly find work again.
How do people manage a personal life when they work in high-pressure workplaces?