Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Inquirer Daily News


Q: For one reason or another, I've started a couple of new jobs in the past few years and now am landing in one that I hope will work long term.
If I ever decide to move to a different job – perhaps to pursue my dream of becoming a member of the rap collective Wu-Tang Clan – I have a detailed exit strategy prepared.
If you’re looking for a new job, you’ll want to have your “toolkit” stocked with the essentials – these seven pieces are key in creating the most efficient and effective job search possible.
A woman spends years building her career. Then family becomes her new priority, so she steps out of her high-powered job to raise children. What happens...
Whitney Williams was inspecting rows of books she had sorted, priced, and neatly arranged on a shelf at the Goodwill store in Lansdowne when a shopper stopped to ask her a question.
If you’re being called in for interviews but can’t quite seem to land a job, it’s time to take a look at what might be holding you back.
Q: One of my co-workers makes me very nervous. I was hired four years ago after "Dennis" convinced management that he needed additional help. Dennis has worked here for 18 years and is responsible for tracking complex projects.
As you prepare to start your new job, don’t leave essential perks on the table.
The nation may still be debating the NFL's handling of Baltimore Ravens' running back Ray Rice's domestic troubles, but the message the incident has sent is clear – messing up in your private life can get you fired.
When I envision the workplace of the future, it looks a lot like my couch, only with several soft-serve ice-cream machines attached and a rather handsome (though not more handsome than I am) robot doing my work.
You've submitted the resume, now what? Here are some tips to get the attention of a potential employer.
Hospitality Hint Number One: Learn how to make do on the fly and make it invisible, even if it means blow-torching the pizza.
Almost every successful company traces success to a process -- sometimes intentional, sometimes accidental -- of trial-and-error experimentation that surfaces a winning approach.
Q: A co-worker and I have decided to start our own business together. How do we go from co-workers and friends to effective business partners?
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