Recently, actress Mo'Nique came under media scrutiny when she claimed
director Lee Daniels had initially offered her the role of Cookie in the
now widely popular TV series "Empire." Daniels went on to publicly
claim that he never offered the Oscar-winning actress the role. But during a radio interview, Mo'Nique
pulled out a series of emails from Lee that did, in fact, prove he asked
her to read for the role. So should you always establish a paper
trail when doing business?
We're back again with another career roundtable discussion. As the saying goes, first impressions are everything, especially when it comes to the workplace. Here, experts weigh in on the best ways to fit in at a new job.
According to the 2014 Social Recruiting Survey conducted by Jobvite.com,
about 69% of recruiters believe that hiring will become even more
competitive in 2015 as a result of an increased demand for highly
skilled workers. Experts say certification is one solution worth considering.
According to freelancersunion.org, more than 53 million Americans, or
34% of the entire workforce, were doing some kind of freelance work as
of September 2014. There are a lot of good reasons
why you should consider freelancing even before you get your college diploma.
Consider these tips to get started.