This article is authored by Stephanie Lee and is originally published by The New York Times. Are you passionate about your work? Fulfilled in every aspect of your career? If yes, congratulations! You’ve done what we all strive for but rarely achieve. As for the rest of us, there’s hope: Part of why we haven’t … Continue reading Why ‘Find Your Passion’ Is Such Terrible Advice
This article is authored by Renee Pooley, Director of Full Potential Consulting, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. Whether you are ready or not, Millennials are fast becoming the most important voice in your organisation. By 2020 (yes, a mere 2+ years away) industry experts predict they will make up over 40% of … Continue reading Take The Test: Is Your Organisation Millennial-Friendly?
This article is originally published by Yahoo! Finance. The unemployment rate rose slightly to 4.0% in January 2019, while the labor force participation rate hit its highest mark since 2013. Overall, the report indicated that the U.S. labor market is still chugging along. And some jobs are growing faster than others. Construction and extraction jobs are in high demand … Continue reading The fastest-growing job in each U.S. state
This article is originally published by HRD. Age discrimination is the main reason nearly a quarter of workers in the UK find it difficult to land a new job, a new study showed. Job search engine Jobrapido interviewed 2,027 Britons to ask what they believed prevented them from getting the job that they wanted. As … Continue reading Are older workers being edged out of job opportunities?
This article is authored by Benjamin Hurley and is originally published by HRM. Over the course of a seven-year career in eCommerce, I have been made redundantthree times. Maybe it shocks you to hear that. It shocks me to write it out. But we shouldn’t be shocked. The fact is, redundancies are becoming more frequent. It … Continue reading Living in the age of redundancy