The Path to Success: From Intern to Employee

The job market has never been more competitive than it is now. So candidates today have to go above and beyond to stand out against other applicants. Obviously, the work experience of each candidate is important but how you present yourself is equally important. Once you have the basic educational qualifications required, employers are in a position where they […]

How to Deal with a Challenging Personality on Your Project

As a Project Management Professional (PMP), it is extremely rare to come across a perfect set of people who work cohesively within your team all the time. There will always be someone who doesn’t quite fit, their performance is problematic, or their personality clashes with one or more within the group. It is important to […]

Happiness is Employee Incentive Awards

Generally speaking, a company with happy employees means increased output and more revenue. Some of the main factors that contribute to employee happiness is feeling valued, matching them with jobs that accentuate their strengths and by celebrating their accomplishments. Consequently, it’s important to provide your employees with awards and incentives from time to time. Newsletter […]

Ray Was No “Norma Rae” He Understood Success

Last time we looked at Joe and the key to success. How he went from sweeping floors to plant manager in a few short years. Today we will look at Ray. As told by Dennis Miller: It’s not Fair! No SALESMAN should make that kind of money I started my career as an accountant for a […]

How to Successfully Climb the Corporate Ladder

Climbing the infamous corporate ladder is not as difficult as you once thought. With the right attitude and a solid belief in yourself, you can move up the rungs of this invisible ladder to enjoy greater success. When you are ready to stop standing still on the ladder and move upwards, here are some steps […]

How to be Motivated at Work

Your first job is often an exciting and electrifying experience, having set the milestone towards a hopefully vibrant and successful career. Over your first year on the job you are introduced to some rigors but you are bent on achieving results that exceeded your employer’s expectations. The novelty of the experience makes vitality spring forth into your working veins, […]

Shortcuts to a Good Job: Online Certificate Programs, Career Training or Community College?

Attending a big University may seem like the American dream. But there are many obstacles to completing college. For some, it could be the cost while for others, they simply don’t have the time to sit through four years of school. Someone with small children who desperately needs a better income may not be able to attend a traditional […]

7 Tips for the Newly Unemployed

Newly Unemployed?  Losing your job can be devastating–especially if you weren’t expecting it. Searching for another job can be time consuming in 2012 the average duration of unemployment was 40.2 weeks. So you need to put your finances in order immediately. If you are newly unemployed, the following tips will help you keep your head above […]

Leadership Styles in Management

Effective Leadership Styles One of the most important tools for corporate managers is leadership. Corporate managers generally arrive in their successful positions through hard work, diligence, and the proper training and education. Often coming from executive MBA programs and other top schools, corporate managers will have worked their way up as specialists in their fields […]

Degrees in Communications: Disney’s Dream

Mass Communications According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, the communications industry has a wide variety of interesting positions available, everything from graphics designers to reporters and technical writers to film editors. Plus there are announcers, photographers,  translators, etc. And that doesn’t even take into consideration all the new media jobs coming on […]