Category: Career Advice
It’s January – time for New Year’s resolutions – and especially after surviving 2020, many of us are looking for a change. Some have no choice. We have lost jobs, businesses, or loved ones, and we need a new start. Others have the luxury of choosing. We have realized that a fancy job title is less important than time with family and friends. Maybe exercising to fill time has morphed into a goal for a healthier lifestyle. New Year’s, New You? The beginning of the year feels like the right time to start afresh. We toss out old bills, sort […]
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Especially during the challenges of a global pandemic, it can be difficult to feel professionally successful in your role or career. Remote work, time management problems, and constant Zoom meetings can deplete feelings of professional success you may have felt while working in-office. A new survey from The Manifest found that there are several activities that could make employees feel more professionally successful. However, each opportunity is commonly underused by employees. The survey found: 15% of employees have a mentor, and 20% serve as a mentor About 8% of workers negotiate their salaries 23% of employees partake in networking activities […]
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