Guest blogger Steven L. Blue is the President & CEO of Miller Ingenuity, an innovative company revolutionizing traditional safety solutions for railway workers, and author of the new book, American Manufacturing 2.0: What Went Wrong and How to Make It Right. … More
Topic: company culture
One easily overlooked way to describe the job search: consuming. Even the most resilient and proactive job seekers tend to lose themselves in the search for employment.
Getting hired is no easy task nowadays. Many job seekers forget to dissect job descriptions and their personal needs to get to the bottom of what they’re really looking for. Fancy job titles and company descriptions aside–what factors are requirements for you to remain happily in a position for the long haul? More
When thinking about career and job decisions, we know it’s important to factor in company culture. Companies and candidates are finally beginning to realize just how important culture can be. Culture is the approach to work, the mission of the company, the way people behave, and much more.
Of course, I completely believe that all those things are incredibly important. What I also believe is that even the little things can make a big impact. More
This morning in Jane Pratt’s XO Jane newsletter, Jane Pratt wrote about Jane Pratt’s 50th birthday celebration. In Jane Pratt’s account, all of Jane Pratt’s employees were super-excited to spend their lunch hour eating with their boss, Jane Pratt, at an organic raw-food restaurant that Jane Pratt picked out for herself. It definitely sounds like something they all freely volunteered to do, rather than feeling pressured to do. And now Jane has an even better idea: Wouldn’t it be awesome if everyone on her “team” got a tattoo celebrating their loyalty to their employer??? More
The series revamp of Dallas brings family feuds back into the limelight. But here are a few true tales that blow the cable drama away. More
Lauren Imparato was a trader at Morgan Stanley in New York City. “I had clients in Asia, Turkey, Europe and Latin America, so the day was never ending,” she said. After being promoted in 2009 she quit her job and opened her own yoga studio, I.AM.YOU one month later. “The transition from a bustling floor with constant chatter and noise to a self run business, of a yoga studio at that, was quite challenging. As was the change in budget and salary!” More