The humblebrag. We all do it. But there's one situation where you shouldn't even bother trying.
Let’s cover 7 common situations when we say all sorts of things, but should say “Thank You” instead.
'My tendency to avoid taking a break when I need to, in a valiant effort to get more done, is actually making me less efficient'.
It's relatively common for workers to lie about their training history when they are applying for a job, according to a new survey.
In fact, 54% of respondents admitted that they had been dishonest to a potential employer when they were applying for a job.
If you’re making plans for a job change in 2016, make sure you’ve got a plan in place to keep your relationships at your old employer intact even after you’ve started somewhere else.
Remember when changing jobs every couple of years was viewed as problematic? How would you explain having three roles at three different companies in a span of seven or eight years? How would you address the unstable nature of your job history?
A free career advisory service helping mature workers plan for the next stage of their careers was launched this week.