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Why Now Is A Great Time to “Lean In”

As we are about to celebrate Administrative Professional’s Week beginning on April 24, 2013, there are many reasons why every assistant would benefit from reading Sandberg’s superbly researched book. The book is not only making serious waves, it is making serious sense....

How To Improve Your Job Search And Avoid Burnout

Many job seekers can agree it’s easy to get burned out from their job search. Although job sites are powerful tools for finding jobs and shouldn’t be ignored, job seekers need to be looking beyond the Internet for employment opportunities. Read on for four signs you might be getting bu...

How To Stop Low Morale From Spreading

Low morale can be infectious and it only takes one employee to poison an entire office. If left unchecked, it can actually cripple a company, regardless of its size. But a company doesn’t have to let it get that far. Read on for a few proactive steps that will ensure low morale doesn’t...

How Age & Experience Can Help You Land A Job

A plethora of articles are written about the value of boomers looking younger and behaving more youthfully to succeed in the perceived (and sometimes very real) youth culture of job search .Unfortunately, this drumbeat often skews the reality. In fact, there are several characteristics age...

Four Questions You Must Ask During An Interview

When it comes to interviews, most people think their job is to answer questions not ask them. But an interview is a two-way street, and the more questions you ask the better your chances are of making a lasting impression. Read on for four "must-ask" interview questions....

Glassdoor Nominated for TWO Webby Awards! Vote Now for Best Employment Site and Guides/Ratings/Reviews

Glassdoor is excited to share the news that we've been nominated as the ‘Best Employment Site’ and the ‘Best Guides/Ratings/Reviews site” by the fine folks at The Webby Awards. But we need your help to make it across the finish line....

The Ultimate Guide: Informational Interviews

An informational interview is a way to learn information about a career path, an industry, a specific organization or even a specific job. An informational interview is not a job interview. Instead, it is an opportunity to talk to a person who has a job you are curious about. It can help y...