Wednesday, January 28, 2015


You've been searching for a new job for the past six months, but you can't seem to find the right fit.
The Mascilli family, which owns a plumbing business in suburban Pittsburgh, started several years ago to transition day-to-day operations from the parents to their grown children.
I have several resolutions for this column in 2015:
PITTSBURGH – Amanda Olar had an abundance of empathy for others. She'd earned an undergraduate degree in neuroscience and spent more than two years working at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
Imagine that it’s December 31, 2015, and you’re looking back over your business goals for the past year.
If you spend the majority of your day sitting, a new study says your sedentary lifestyle may actually be killing you.
At a New Year's party, I had a conversation that enlightened me.
Q: I recently received a very upsetting performance review.
Some careers seem to have it all — high pay and high levels of satisfaction among the people who are in them.
Retaliation makes some workers feel less like victims, study finds
Tattoos and body piercings increasingly are in the mainsteam, even among white-collar professionals. But while they don't rate a second glance in some venues, they're still not accepted in others.
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