Are you a success or do you feel like you are pretending to be a success? There are a significant percentage of successful people who still believe that they are fooling people. This feeling is called imposter syndrome. Here are six ways to overcome it.
Paid parental leave is a rarity in the United States, making us one of the advanced nations without it. However, it may slowly be catching on.
Do you ever say to yourself “I constantly get passed over for promotions”? Perhaps you fulfill your job description well, but there are other bad habits that you have slowly accumulated over time that may damage your opportunities. Here are seven big ones.
We believe we are better than average workers because we humans overestimate our abilities relative to other people. We overestimate our many things, including our work performance. And we likely surround ourselves with co-workers who pose no threat to our self-concept. If you want to improve at work, listen to those that can provide you critical feedback.
How many workers spend over 40 hours at work each week? Over 90 percent. That certainly provides enough time to implement company health challenges, which can improve your lifestyle habits and health behaviors. And with a group of motivated co-workers at hand, you have a built-in support and motivational community for the picking.
When you ask the interviewer questions you are showing a level of seriousness about the job you are applying for. It let’s interviewers know they need to sell themselves as much as you are selling your self.
A great workplace likely has the ability to cross all generational lines and prove that all generations search for the same thing at work: A friendly, fun, ethical workplace where people are proud to work.
Some work qualifications listed in job postings may be over-rated. Actually, some work qualifications may be darn right silly, especially when you look around and see the number of successful people who lack these qualifications and excel at their jobs nonetheless.
What’s the most common U.S. work-related Illness? It may surprise you to learn it is hearing loss. The number of occupations that expose workers to dangerous levels of noise is quite large. It is believed to be around 22 million.
A new report categorizes how different personality types react in severity to various forms of occupational stress.