While specific job skills and talent play a huge role in workplace success, a less talked about skill – self-advocacy – can lead to greater job satisfaction and higher compensation. Here's how to advocate for your own success.
It has become more common to hear employers talk about valuing workplace diversity and inclusion. For Baby Boomers and Gen-Xers, this meant including a certain number of people of different genders or races in the workplace. Today’s Millennial generation, however, prefers “cognitive diversity,” or the blending of different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives within a team. Here are eight ways to talk about how the diversity you bring can benefit a work environment.
Have you ever wondered what a virtual career mentor does? They are people who can assist you with developing the skills you need to gain the job you want. Here are a few examples of how they can help and how you can work with one.