It’s pretty much a national pastime to complain about your job. Even if you’re pretty good at it and the job satisfaction is there, we can all think of something that gets on our nerves.
As humans, we bond more over something we can criticize than something we love. Probably the number one thing we complain about in our jobs is: our co-workers.
It sounds uncharitable, even antisocial, to say it but let’s be honest: unless you have the patience of a particularly easy-going saint, some people will rub you the wrong way. So how do we deal with that? It all depends on what irritates you about your co-workers…
In today’s fast-paced and increasingly digitized world, it seems that everyone has a very short attention span, making it hard for business owners to get people’s attention and hold it. To ensure that people pay attention to your messages and respond to them, you always need to be on the lookout for ways to improve your internal and external communications. Here are a few handy tips for this…
After graduating from college, many students will be ready to jump into the job pool and put their degrees to use. However, the unemployment rates for young adults between the ages of eighteen and twenty-nine is over nine percent, and two million young adults have given up on finding work because of the lack of jobs. Many college graduates end up feeling that they did not study hard enough, or that they made poor choices, or that they should have begun searching for a job sooner. Fortunately, however, there are still many opportunities for college graduates in the active field, leading to fifteen percent becoming managers in the field and eighty percent optimistic about being hired.