Resume and Cover Letter

Jobseeker Tips | Should Your Resume Include Employment Dates?

person typing

How much information on a resume is too much? This common jobseeker’s quandary may have you stumped, especially when it comes to specifics like the dates of past employment. You don’t want to leave crucial info out of the picture, since employers need a comprehensive sense of your work history to see if you’re the […]

CONTINUE READING
In the Office

Afraid to Talk About Sensitive Topics at Work? Read This Guide First

women working on computer looking worried

Imagine this: you are at a meeting where some colleagues are beginning to talk about a sensitive topic, such as race and racism in higher education. You know that there is a possibility of accidentally offending someone with your thoughts, so you decide it is better to stay silent— even though you have insights and […]

CONTINUE READING
In the Office

4 Signs Your Workplace Relationships Could be in Trouble

man and woman working on computers not looking at each other

John and Julia Gottman are best known for their groundbreaking work as couples therapists. Their keen dynamic listening skills predict a pair’s likelihood at longevity or divorce with 94 percent accuracy. This is thanks in part to their identification of the so-called “Four Horsemen” of the (relationship) apocalypse—four factors that can disrupt and destroy romantic […]

CONTINUE READING
In the Office

The Importance of Practicing Humility at Work

woman smiling against yellow background

Every once in awhile, you may say something that unintentionally sounds like a brag. Without meaning to, you can offend colleagues with a perceived lack of humility, or by giving yourself more credit than you might deserve. Or perhaps you have a teammate who displays this behavior—no one can top their intellect and judgement. A […]

CONTINUE READING