Having a gap in your resume has become more common today than ever before. However, employers continue to take note of this and seek explanation leaving many job seekers stressing about their gaps. Although you might be tempted to hide these gaps from prospective employers with creative resume formatting or even outright lies, it is… Read More


Workplace Bullying There are many unfortunate truths about the working world. One of these is that no matter how old you are or what type of work you do, you can encounter workplace bullying. Workplace bullies are a lot like schoolyard bullies in the sense that they prey on their peers’ sense of self-esteem in… Read More


This year, you owe it to yourself to invest in your career. Having career resolutions and investing in your future career stability and success is never a losing prospect – no matter what you choose to do, you will be a stronger, better-equipped individual for it. And usually, the investments you make in your career… Read More


Your workplace should always have a first aid kit readily available. If anybody is injured in the workplace, he or she should receive first aid as soon as possible. Then, the victim or an advocate for him or her should ensure that he or she receives professional medical attention and that the accident is reported… Read More


Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, discrimination on the basis of religion is illegal for most United States employers. One form of discrimination employers can commit is refusing to provide reasonable accommodations when employees seek them due to religious needs. If a requested accommodation would create an undue hardship for the… Read More


No employer can bar you from working during your pregnancy. As a pregnant individual, you have the right to seek work, start a new job, and work for as long as you are comfortable working before your due date. In the time between conception and your child’s birth, your body will change in new, often… Read More


Many job seekers stress about the gaps in their employment history. Although you might be tempted to hide these gaps from prospective employers with creative resume formatting or even outright lies, it is far better for you to explain these gaps and emphasize your commitment to advancing your career with these employers.   Tell the… Read More


In 2010, the Break Time for Nursing Mothers law went into effect. This federal law created new requirements for employers to protect nursing mothers’ right to privately pump their breasts when needed. All employers, regardless of size, are required to comply with this law. It granted nursing mothers the following rights in the workplace: You… Read More