Things can look very different from the corner office.
“That’s not my job,” “I’ll try,” “I’m too busy.”
Now that SEPTA’s got some money, there’s a lot of clamoring, general manager Joseph M. Casey said, for projects that would extend SEPTA’s reach into the suburbs in various ways. Even then, the question is how to get riders from the nearest SEPTA stop, be it bus or rail, to their offices – the last-mile question. “That’s the dilemma,” Casey said
QUESTION: Saying "no" is really hard for me, so I end up with way too many commitments. As a result, I am overextended and don't have enough time to myself. How do I get out of this hole – and stay out of it?
One of the more obscure fields listed in the Bureau of Labor Statistics is industrial-organizational psychologist.
When Joseph M. Casey first became SEPTA general manager in 2008, he quickly learned how to score points as the new guy in charge. “One of the first visits I had was at the Callowhill depot,” Casey told me during our Leadership Agenda interview published in Monday’s Philadelphia Inquirer. “I’ll never forget it. Mr. James approached me and said, `I want to show you something.’
WASHINGTON (AP) - A private survey shows that U.S. companies added slightly more jobs in February than in the previous month, but harsh winter weather still weighed on hiring.
Like most Americans, I love nothing more than curling up in my favorite chair with a warm cup of coffee and a copy of the latest Congressional Budget Office report.
With managers taking on more responsibilities than in past years, workers now have an important task on their plate: manage their own professional progress and the relationship with their supervisors.
QUESTION: One of my employees claims to be suffering from "pregnancy brain."
Six years ago, the last time Holly Swyden was job hunting, there were a couple dozen job transition support groups meeting in churches and schools in the Kansas City area.
“We have a complex economy and it is hard for adults to find a place in it,” observes Clark University research professor of psychology Jeffrey Arnett.
A few years ago, if you wanted an image to show that women can compete with men in the workplace, you might have picked a photograph of a woman in a snug business suit, wearing red boxing gloves.
Should I or shouldn't I tell my boss that more than a few people have come to me asking if he is fooling around with a young woman here in the office?
Job interviews can be stressful, especially if you’re nervous about making mistakes that could sabotage your chance of getting the job.
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