Let’s say your startup has a customer service product.
Sorry to break it to you, but, Santa doesn’t exist.
By definition, startups are just starting up and for this reason, usually have limited funds, especially compared to their larger counterparts.
What! A job seeker with rights?
Once you’ve found yourself a company willing to help you advance your career, the next is to keep them convinced you’re worth it.
Though we’re constantly told to mind our own business in a place of business, most of us, can’t. This is never truer than when a new co-worker has just joined the ranks.
In case you think I’m biased, here are the lessons I believe every startup can learn from big companies. Now that that’s out of the way, here’s my view on a few things larger companies can learn from ...
Totally Fun 1. Start a party planning committee and plan the parties you never could before. 2. Play Office Lingo, which is basically Bingo, but with words or phrases you’re unfortunately likely to ...
It’s a year now that I’ve been working in the same company, and I’ve been the envy of my peers throughout. Not because the pay was unbelievable, the perks unparalleled, the travel off the charts, but ...
In case you weren’t already aware, a job is a two way street.