You spend most of your day surrounded by the people you work with and
when it’s time to go home, you are ready to clock out. But what is one
to do when constantly invited out after hours by work colleagues? You
don’t want to look antisocial, but you have other things to do. There are other ways to fit in with your co-workers other than hanging out after work.
You cannot be at the office 24/7 365 days a year. There will be times
you have to be out of the office, whether away for a convention or
vacation. And when you leave, it’s time to prepare your co-workers to
step into your shoes temporarily.
Time is more than money. In fact, wasted time can mean missed
opportunities for a variety of things. And according to a recent study
by navigation and mapping products firm TomTom, Americans waste an
average 18 months of their lifetime. TNJ.com asked a few experts for time management and time saving tips.
Love it or hate it, video interviewing is here to stay. In fact,
according to a 2012 survey from staffing service Office Team, 66.7
percent of the HR managers polled use video interviews “very often” and
another 10 percent use them “somewhat often.” So it is vital
to be ready for video interviewing. Check out a few mistakes people
make when they conduct video interviews and tips from experts on how to