Day: September 14, 2018

Entrepreneur to Employee: How to Find a Job After being Your Own Boss

There are few things in life tougher than being your own boss. Many of us dream of quitting our jobs and becoming an entrepreneur, but few ever succeed in the effort. According to estimates, as many as 80 percent of […] The post Entrepreneur to Employee: How to Find a […]

11 Things to Never Say During Your Performance Review

Between the feeling of being thrust into the spotlight, the one-on-one setting with your manager and the gravity of what’s at stake, performance reviews can feel pretty uncomfortable. And when you’re made to feel uncomfortable, sometimes you aren’t always the most conscious of (or careful with) your words. But if […]

6 Real-Life Examples of Age Discrimination

Age discrimination is alive and well in America. And it’s affecting more than the community of retirees who want to re-enter the workforce. Ageism is rearing it’s ugly head in interviews and recruiting conversations amongst 40- and 50-year-olds. Can’t believe it? Neither could we, at first. When we published “5 Ways […]

Training Decisions Have Real Bottom-Line Growth [infographic] – Friday Distraction

I always think of this time of year as “budget season”. You know, when organizations are thinking about what they’ve accomplished during the current year and the goals they want to achieve in the upcoming year. Not only is it great for performance, but it helps to create the budget. […]