We are in an economic crisis as we all know and companies are doing what they can to save money including eliminating employees. When there are many good and talented people working it can be difficult for a manager to choose which will stay and which will
be let go regardless ... Continue Reading
Bookkeeping is a great career in which you can work in a variety of settings. It also has great advancement potential if you’d like to enter the world of accounting. But how do you know if you’d be a good bookkeeper? Answer the questions in this article to know if ... Continue Reading
By Chris Penttila
As an entrepreneur, you’ll run into sticky situations at work, whether it’s grumbling employees or distractions, that get in the way of productivity.
Dealing with weirdness in the office is never easy, but it’s essential to running a successful company. “Human resources problems that get ignored have a really ... Continue Reading
my coworker likes to insult me (and others) about how she the hardest working person, or makes quips about what time i come in and any number of comments. She also seems to be a busy body trying to listen in on converstaions not involving her or trying to ... Continue Reading
Interviewers often have pet questions they use to test an applicant’s quality. Sometimes, they’re straightforward. (“Tell me about yourself.”) Sometimes, they’re deep. (“If you were an animal, what kind would you be?”) Sometimes, they’re just plain weird. (“How do they make M&M’s?”) Be prepared to answer whatever might come your ... Continue Reading
It was at a child care center. I was making more than the other employees, and they asked what I was making. I have a degree and experience that they do not have. They found out I was making more, and went and told the boss. The boss NEVER ... Continue Reading
There are employees and who are employees.
As a boss, even a very experienced one, sometimes it will not be able to tell which explain the problem in the interview. You’ll find out only after you’ve recruited and seen at a time for action. Then you will be able to see ... Continue Reading
In the not too distant past, there was a tendency to move forward to demonstrate their devotion to work. This could be how spending long hours at work, volunteer work on public holidays without extra pay, defending the company in public forums, currying the boss, do favors for him and ... Continue Reading
The supervisors are capable of human error as anyone else. If your most recent performance was not what we expected, the fault may lie with the supervisor who wrote that review. While “shrugging off” may be the easiest way to deal with the situation, ignoring an unfair review is never ... Continue Reading
I went to an interview and might get a job offer next month.
It’s not my ideal job. I don’t think I’ll learn much that is new. I’m overqualified. Other people in the company have the job I do want. They are not looking to fill that job. I know ... Continue Reading