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It’s that time of year again: the first quarter of the New Year. LinkedIn, Forbes, and USA Today all report that we—the American workforce—are on the move once more, looking for new, exciting opportunities in the job market. How about you? Are you one of those people...read more
Over the holidays, I received a great question from a reader in Brooklyn, NY, and I thought I would share it in this week’s blog. I think we can all relate to her dilemma: I recently started a job at a new company where the entire team frequently communicates over...read more
Wow! It must be the New Year, because I’ve been receiving a lot of questions from readers who’ve just started new jobs and are looking for advice. We’ve all been there. It’s your first day, and you’re not even sure where to hang your jacket. Or whether it’s OK to use...read more