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So… You Think Your Boss is an Alcoholic?

If you work in a place where you might suspect that your boss is an alcoholic this can open up a whole different can of worms for you and the environment in which you find yourself working in. The first thing you need to understand is that even if it might be true, this isn't exactly the kind of thi ...more

How to Ask Your Boss or Supervisor for Personal Time Off

Probably one of the hardest things you might find doing is going to your boss to ask for some personal time off. This is separate from your earned vacation time, it's for something totally different. This is hard because you don't want to end up making your boss think that you are just trying to get ...more

How to Appear As Professional As You Can During Your Job Search

All job seekers no matter what kind of employment that they might be looking for all need to come off as being as professional as they possibly can. This is a vital part of looking for a job. This is not only a good way to present yourself to prospective employers but it also gives you some good exp ...more

Career Tips - How to Deal With Religious Discrimination on the Job

As much as we would like to deny the fact that religious discrimination still occurs, even in the United States, it's something that does and it happens more times than you think in the workplace. There are other types of discrimination that seems to be more public like sex and age for example, but  ...more

Career Tips - How to Reduce the Possibility of Getting Fired

In today's world, it is vitally important that you try and do everything that you can to avoid getting fired from the job. With so many job seekers out there looking for work, you know just how important your job is to you and it could be your own source of income. Remember, anyone can find themselv ...more

Manager Tips - Creating a Fair Work Schedule for Your Employees

If you are in a position where you have to sit down a make out schedules for employees, this can sometimes be a fairly difficult task to do or it can be easy, it just depends upon the amount of employees you might have and what their specific needs are a long with what your needs are as an employer. ...more

Job Search Advice - How to Write an Effective Cover Letter

All job seekers should not only know how to write a good resume, they should also be aware that with most jobs a cover letter is going to be needed as well. So it is important that when you are doing your job search that you should have yourself a good cover letter that is going to be effective.  ...more

Job Advice - How to Negotiate for More Than the Minimum Wage

Negotiation is not one of the easiest things for job seekers to do, or for anyone to do for that matter. It is something that does require a lot of effort and a lot of time. When you are looking for a job or if you already have one and want to negotiate for above the minimum wage, you need to know h ...more

Career Advice - Filing a Claim for Your Employee Benefits

If you work for a company that has promised you employee benefits, you expect that when something comes up in your life, that you will be able to make use of these benefits. A lot of employees in fact depend up certain benefits for medical as well as some personal reasons and it may be the only way  ...more

Career Advice - Discovering Your Strengths and Weaknesses for That Job Interview

So you've been out pounding the streets for a job recently and finally you've been called in for that ever elusive interview. Even though you might be excited, at the same time you are probably dreading that one question that nearly every prospective employer asks and that would be “What would ...more

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