If you’ve been considering a career switch, there’s no better time to get started on your plan than now. If you don’t do anything different, you’ll likely find yourself feeling the same way this time next year. And the truth is that the longer you leave things, the more you can fall into analysis paralysis, lose your confidence and end up struggling to make any change at all.
When it comes time to scale your business, unless you rely entirely on automated systems you will have to recruit and hire staff to help you grow and expand. We need the help of others to achieve our goals, and in this sense, team recruitment plays a large part in taking your business to the next level.
More and more women are finding ways to make additional income but not from getting a second job. Instead, they’re opting for a non-traditional route to financial freedom. They’re exploring side hustles. Most are on-demand gigs like driving for Uber or picking up projects on sites like upwork.com. It’s often the flexibility and ability to work when they want that is more attractive than getting a second job.
You should never tolerate feeling harassed, abused or mistreated at work. More importantly, never allow yourself to accept that being treated poorly in the workplace is ok. It’s not. Unfortunately, some office environments can be quite toxic. And while others may accept bad behavior in the workplace, you should not.Read More
The work you’re doing may be rewarding and fulfilling, your co-workers are more like friends, and perhaps the perks that come with the job are amazing. Your boss however… Well, let’s just say that’s a completely different story altogether.
The moment you walk across the stage to receive your diploma can be both the happiest and the scariest time of your life. While graduating is amazing – it’s often seen as the gateway to ‘adulting’. There are new, very real, problems associated with being a college graduate… and we’re here to help you tackle the main one: finding a job.