Are You Leaving Basic Skills Off Your Resume?

December 26th, 2014

Your resume presents a snapshot of your best skills. As a result, most resume advice recommends keeping it short – no more than one page. Job-seekers who try to follow this advice often omit basic or “beginner” skills from their resumes, assuming that hiring managers will infer from their advanced skills that they have the… Read More

Lessons to Learn From a Difficult Coworker

November 22nd, 2013

Working alongside a difficult coworker can completely destroy any positive feelings you have about your job and your workplace. Whether they sap your enthusiasm or rob you of creativity and confidence by being publicly hostile, dismissive of new ideas or badmouthing you behind your back, dysfunctional coworkers can turn your job into something you dread…. Read More