5 Reasons to Tell Your Boss About Your DUI

Lindy Kyzer / Mar 17, 2018

A DUI arrest may seem like a career killer, but it isn’t. Here are five reasons it’s always a good idea to report a DUI to your employer.

11 Steps to Handle an Unexpected Job Loss

Jay Hicks / Mar 6, 2018

If you get laid off, it is time to harden your financial security posture. To make your survival easier, here some immediate actions in ABC order

How Do Your Skills Translate into Your Next Job?

Marcelle Yeager / Feb 28, 2018

The hardest part of making a career switch is figuring out how the skills you have set you up for the job you want.

How to Praise Your Employees

Jillian Hamilton / Feb 27, 2018

While it’s good to praise your employees, it is helpful to be strategic about how or why you praise them.

6 Ways to Sharpen Your Cross Cultural Fluency

Melissa Jordan / Feb 15, 2018

If you’d like to enhance your cultural intelligence, here are a few approaches to do it.

What “Groundhog Day” Can Teach Us about Resilience

Caroline D'Agati / Feb 6, 2018

Recent studies and historians have asked why some people buckle under hardship and others are able to struggle through and achieve great things. Their answer is an intangible quality: resilience.

Finding a Security Clearance Job in Virginia

David Brown / Jan 30, 2018

Who’s hiring, what are the cleared jobs, and what does the competition look like? This is everything you need to know to get a job in Virginia.

Pros and Cons of Job Hopping

Jay Hicks / Jan 18, 2018

Recruiters and hiring managers understand corporate longevity is a rare commodity.  However, unexplained job-hopping can be detrimental to employment.