All in Career
Networking is often frequently misunderstood; people think it is about bothering others to help them in some aspects of their careers. Whether you are just starting your career, looking for your first job, or are a well-established professional, networking is such an essential part of managing your career.
The intersection between work and social media play is causing problems for both employee and employer alike. To that end, even the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has published guidance around social media and employment. Whether you work for someone or someone works for you, a social media policy is very necessary these days. At a minimum, here are some things your social media policy should include.
It’s that time of year when the changing temperatures cause people to get sick. However, instead of staying home to rest and get well, many people continue to go to work, spreading their cold and flu germs throughout the office. The Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law went into effect on July 1, 2015, but many people are still unsure as to how it works and/or if it applies to them. Here’s a quick refresher.
Back in “the good old days” people went to school, graduated with a great job, climbed the corporate ladder, retired with a pension, and lived happily ever after. Those days are long gone;
One of the most misunderstood and anxiety-inducing experiences for early to mid-career professionals can be searching for a job.
This is the time of year where I always evaluate where I am in my career and I adjust accordingly.
Salary Negotiation Tips from Jayne M. Mattson and the Career Engage Team
There’s an old school of thought that says your awesomeness will speak for itself and you will be rewarded accordingly. However, it doesn’t quite work that way, and you could be selling yourself short by not speaking up.
Career Tips from Jayne M. Mattson and the Career Engage Team