What to do if you love your job but hate your boss

It’s pretty well known that one of the most common reasons people leave jobs is because they don’t like their managers. We often say “people don’t leave jobs, they leave managers,” and according to a survey conducted in 2018, 60% of respondents said they had either left a job or were considering leaving one because…

The fastest growing jobs for women

A new report has listed the fastest growing jobs for women. Women make up nearly half (47%) of the North American workforce. And, according to the report from SmartAsset, despite the fact that this overall percentage remains unchanged over the past five years, certain jobs and occupations have seen significant growth for women. These occupations…

Cheating spouses more likely to engage in corporate misconduct

People who cheat on their spouses are more likely to cheat at work. If you have a work colleague who is cheating on their significant other, there’s also a bigger chance they’re laundering money or engaging in similarly shady business than if they were a faithful partner. A new study from the McCombs School of…

Study reveals the best strategies for getting a raise

If you believe you should be making more money, you are certainly not alone. A recent Gallup poll found that four in 10 workers feel they are underpaid. This makes sense. People keep pointing out that cost of living continues to rise while wages are not keeping up. A dollar doesn’t go nearly as far…

Overqualified? New study says you should probably hide it

The job search: you just can’t win. You work hard, improve your skillset, and add to your qualifications. Then what? Employers just think you’re a flake. Wait… what? Yeah. A new study has found that being overqualified can cost candidates job opportunities because hiring managers will suspect you of “lacking commitment.” Researchers at Carnegie Mellon’s…

These are the opinions employers will reject you for

How much of your opinions on politics, race, religion and similar topics do you expose on social media? And have you ever wondered about the potential repercussions of oversharing on these topics during the job search? A new study has shed some light on how one’s views on controversial topics can impact their chances of…

Four reasons your workplace should have a dog

Dog friendly workplaces are thing, and many people love them. Dogs are the best. They’re adorable and they love you unconditionally. They might also make you happier, healthier, and more successful, which is why your workplace should have a dog. Don’t believe me? There’s science! Here are four reasons your workplace should have a dog….