Whether you love or hate performance reviews, they're part of most employees' work lives, so you might as well make the most of them. This means going in armed with good questions and determined to come out with concrete feedback you can use to improve your work performance.
Nearly 10 percent of the U.S. workforce spent at least one day working from home, according to a 2010 U.S. Census Bureau report, “Home-based Workers in the United States: 2010.”
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If you’re preparing for a job interview, you need to consider the types of questions you’ll be facing. Here are five questions you should be able to answer in an interview because there's a good chance you'll encounter them during your job search.
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Rackham Karlsson ordered a sign for the front of his new law office, but soon realized he faced a unique challenge: The temperature has to be at least 52 degrees Fahrenheit for the sign’s vinyl to adhere properly to the signboard.
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In the United Kingdom, the hospitality sector has thousands of roles going unfilled, according to the Pub and Bar Careers Programme, a free pre-employment program aimed at changing the negative perceptions of careers in the UK's hospitality sector.
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Looking to snag that promotion at work? Just because you’re the best at your one particular task doesn’t mean you’re the best candidate to climb the company ladder.
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