Leaving a job always has brings on feelings. Rarely do we leave without some sort of frustration or sadness. Oddly, I have left a job over 10 times. Only two were no-brainer choices which had
“Sometimes the best part of my job is that my chair swivels.” – Unknown Fact: We spend the approximate total of 10.5 years of our life working (data from the World Bank, Bureau of Labour
The other day I was chatting with a friend about the statement, “the war on talent” which is thrown around – though more often when the economy is more balanced. I told her how I
No, not another meeting! I think this to myself on a daily basis. While meetings may be daunting, many still do find them productive. There are just some areas where there can spark frustration.
“But I thought they said to do (fill in the blank)”. These are thoughts many of us have had after a conversation with a boss or a teacher. We thought they said something, but seemed
There's nothing wrong with that, but consider these things before you do. You have a new family and your expenses increase. Financial needs. Your industry is declining and there's not enough money. No raises are
As a Talent Specialist I see many candidates who are frustrated by the time they meet with me. They cannot understand why they haven’t made it to the interview stage with the hiring person at