Table of Contents New York City has become the latest city to enact laws regarding pay transparency, opening up opportunities for increased leverage in job negotiations for workers throughout the country! When applying for a job, use posted salary information to determine how you will address questions about salary expectations and whether or not you… Read More

During the holidays it’s easy to get caught up in all the extra activities and the spirit of the Season.  But it is also the time of year that some people struggle the most. There are several ways to help you combat the stress associated with the holidays.  Acknowledge how you are feeling.  If you… Read More

Anyone taking on a leadership role in the workplace must walk along fine lines. Workplace leaders must innovate while keeping their company in the black. They must inspire co-workers to do an excellent job while holding them accountable. They are expected to create a workplace atmosphere that will attract new workers without compromising productivity. Even… Read More

Being fired or laid off from a job can isolate the person receiving the pink slip. However, there are right ways and wrong ways to offer your support. Usually, when a person is fired or loses a job, their life is turned upside down. However, the ripple effect a job loss can have on the… Read More

After a long week at work, the weekends seem to go by faster than we would like. Even those extended, three-day holiday weekends and full vacations become just a blur. No matter what the situation, the bottom line is that, for workers, leisure time seemingly passes faster than time spent at work. Thankfully, many mental… Read More

Mistakes in the workplace are inevitable. If it has not happened already, there will likely come a time in your career when someone at work is going to make a glaring error, and you will be faced with the dilemma of whether or not you should point out their mistake. While it may be easier… Read More