In good economic and hiring times, you don’t have to take the first job that comes along.
Your career can span up to 50 years of your life. Now is the time to review where you are and set a path to where you want to be.
Before you send your next email message, stop and check that you’re advancing – and not hindering – your career.
An employment lawyer reveals three common areas of employment contracts that often require attention.
If you have a positive mindset and consider your age as an asset, you will secure a job a lot faster than someone who considers grey hair an inhibitor.
Key decision makers in your future career want to see that you are familiar with current technology. How to upgrade your skills.
Being active in groups and events will help you become more of an authority, make connections with other influencers, and advance your career.
This is a guest post by Gord Orlikow, an executive recruiter. Long gone is any stigma attached to professionals who find themselves in transition. In an increasingly turbulent marketplace, there are a host of reasons an individual in a highly visible senior role could be in transition – change in organizational strategy or structure, new […]
Do you need an exit strategy? If you understand the basics of business or investments, you know that you should always have an exit strategy; a plan to make sure you get the most out of your assets when you sell or close the business or investment. As an employee, “YOU” are your most important […]
When you’re downsized, you will likely be presented with a severance package from your employer, which will be calculated according to statutory regulations, and agreements between you and your employer. Employers generally expect you to negotiate the first offer presented. Obviously it’s in the employer’s best interests to reduce costs, so they may not initially […]