Regardless of your role in an organization, you likely have to give feedback on projects or discuss new ideas. But how do you share your insights in a way that is helpful while also acknowledging the work that has already been done?
If LinkedIn is part of your job search tool kit, there is no shortage of resources showing you how to leverage the site to build your network and learn more about your field. But how do you stand out to recruiters who also use LinkedIn?
Last week, contributors and influencers on LinkedIn discussed their “best mistakes” or cringe-worthy moments that changed their careers. Naturally, several people wrote about how getting fired was their best mistake, […]
We’ve talked about how mobile applications, career-focused blogs, and social resumes can improve your job search. However, there are specific social networking sites that, when used effectively, can help you […]
You’ve heard the phrase “pay-it-forward,” but what about “job-it-forward”? With the continued high unemployment rate, and the fact that many jobs are advertised and filled via word-of-mouth, currently employed individuals […]