You might only be in your 20s, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start thinking about what retirement will look like. You’ve heard the term 401(k), and maybe you even know it has something to do with retirement. Despite the importance of a 401(k), chances are that no one is going to sit you down and explain one to you. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
You landed an interview! Congrats! Just as you’re about to do your touchdown dance, your interviewer says that will be a Behavioral Interview. But wait -- what does that mean? Do you have to do something special for it? Our experts are here to answer.
You know your job hunt is going to be a difficult one when even entry-level positions require several years of experience. How are you supposed to get a job if you need work experience first? It’s an age-old struggle.
The school year is starting back up again, and for many students that means both taking classes and working part-time. Whether working a professional internship or a gig just to pay the bills, balancing a job with college requires hard work and determination. Either is difficult alone, but together they can seem impossible. Plus, as the exams begin to accumulate, so does the stress. So how does one deal with living the life of a student and employee?
How to Deal with Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
When a boss or co-worker makes a pass at you or says something sexually suggestive, it can be distressing or make you feel powerless. You might feel stuck, not wanting to stir up trouble over something that seems like no big deal. These feelings are not just a “you problem”; sexual harassment in the workplace is a real issue that should be taken very seriously.
Every workplace has that one person who can be difficult and test people’s patience. Unfortunately, sometimes that person is our boss. Disliking a boss puts you in a challenging position. It adds stress to your work day and can even make you consider looking for a new job. Although you might dislike your boss’s policies or management style, it is important to keep a level head and not burn any bridges.
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