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.
Starting a new job is an exciting time, but it can also be overwhelming. Jobs don’t always turn out according to expectations, and this can be stressful. You might even be so unhappy with your new position that you want to quit. We’ve been there, and we understand. Even if your position isn’t all that it was cracked up to be, it’s best to not give up right away.
Your job interview is coming up, and you’re stressing as to what you’ll wear. Every job is different, so you may be wondering what the dress code is for this particular interview. And if you get the job, will you have to wear the same type of clothing that you wore to the interview? The hiring manager told you the dress code is business casual - what does that even mean?
You have a Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, so your time spent on social media is at full capacity. However full your schedule may be, you should make time for LinkedIn. Although it might not be as fun, maintaining a LinkedIn profile is crucial for young graduates.
How to Flaunt Your Problem-Solving Skills in an Interview
You’ve snagged an interview for the job of your dreams and are ready to hit the big leagues. Before you begin planning your first day outfit, you are going to need to knock the interview out of the park. Luckily for you, there’s one topic upon which employers almost always touch during interviews: problem solving abilities.
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