Invest in Your Career! Take Advantage of The Future!

Posted: January 12, 2012
Invest in Your Career! Take Advantage of The Future!

One of the keys to your ongoing career success is to make investments in your career development, finding effective ways to boost your skills and experience. Investing in your career may involve getting personal career training, getting additional certifications, going back to school or participating in professional development programs which will allow you to acquire knowledge and discover career opportunities which may be better than what you have right now. Investing in your career will also allow you to have some control over how fast you move forward in your career and should also help you achieve work and life balance.

How Important is Job Satisfaction?

Posted: November 5, 2011
How Important is Job Satisfaction?

Are you happy with your job? Do you find satisfaction in your every day work? These are basic questions which don’t always get a positive response and that is because not everyone is enjoying job satisfaction as they should be.

Need Career Directions? Get a Career Coach!

Posted: October 31, 2011
Need Career Directions? Get a Career Coach!

Numerous studies have confirmed that work pressure and occupational worries and insecurities are some of the leading causes of stress and unproductivity. The number of workers experiencing work stress has increased steadily for the past few decades. A survey examining 800,000 workers in over 300 companies in the United States found that an estimated 1 million workers are absent from work every day because of work stress.

Retire from the Rat Race! Profit from your experience.

Posted: October 30, 2011
Retire from the Rat Race! Profit from your experience.

Do you want to retire from the rat race? Do you want to make a significant change in your career life by working on something you are passionate about? Now is the time!

The Art of Saying NO: How to Say NO at Work

Posted: October 29, 2011
The Art of Saying NO: How to Say NO at Work

Saying NO at work is something that many workers find difficult to do. People are afraid to turn down their boss and colleagues because they’re afraid of hurting their career, of not making a good impression at work. It is a reality that many employers today expect their employees to go the extra mile and work more than the regular tasks given to them. From managers to rank-and-file employees, workers say yes to all the demands being asked from them because they want to maintain good relationships with colleagues and supervisors.