Dr Woody Archive
Published January 03, 2012
It’s time to make resolutions for 2012, but for most of us, these lofty pledges are forgotten by Thanksgiving. Here are three tricks to help make your resolutions stick this year.
Published December 19, 2011
U.S. soldiers are returning home and many of them will be looking to the private sector for employment, but they face a higher unemployment rate than civilians and have to overcome employer misconceptions.
Published December 12, 2011
The holiday season is upon us and that means office parties, decorated cubes and plenty of holiday cheer at the workplace. Here are 12 holiday office missteps to avoid.
Published November 28, 2011
A part-time job can be an opportunity for both the employer and employee to feel each other out for a potential full-time opportunity down the road. Here are three tips for employees to prove to their employer that they need to be added full time to the payroll.
Published November 14, 2011
Mistakes in the workplace happen. The key is knowing how to handle your gaffes to get past them as quickly as possible.
Published November 07, 2011
Working remotely has become a great new alternative for those seeking to buck the office-establishment. But just like the traditional office environment, the coffee-house workplace has its share of annoying co-workers.
Published October 31, 2011
Although popular, the average LinkedIn user is in their mid-40s, which has created a perception among many younger professionals and college students that it’s not for them. But in these tough times, job seekers—no matter their age—need every edge they can get.
Published October 24, 2011
As the holiday season draws near, with it comes the chill of winter and that ever-so-pesky flu season. If you find yourself feeling overworked and rundown, it’s important to step aside and take a big-picture look at your priorities. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Published October 17, 2011
A holiday temping opportunity might not be the ideal option for advancing your career, it may be a small step in the right direction by getting your foot in the door in your targeted industry.
Published October 10, 2011
For unemployed job seekers, every penny counts, especially when it comes to finding resources to help find and land a position. On top of that, the financial, psychological and emotional toll a job loss can have on an individual and family can be overwhelming.