Month: September 2005

Feature: Avoid the Trap of Presenteeism

Feature: Avoid the Trap of Presenteeism We’re all familiar with the negative implications of absenteeism. We learn early on-while we’re still students-that truancy has consequences. At school, it can lead to suspension; at work, however, the response is more severe and likely to be permanent. Fail to show up for work, and your employer will

Feature: The Winner’s Quandary

Feature: The Winner’s Quandary It’s happened to many of us. You work hard at finding a new or better job. You send out hundreds, maybe even thousands of resumes, and finally, you get a response. The interview goes well for what seems like a perfect match: you really like the employer, and its recruiter says

Feature: The Source of Employment Survey

Feature: The Source of Employment Survey As most of us know, there is an almost limitless number of ways we can look for a new or better job. The trick, of course, is to find those that deliver the best results. If we focus our time and efforts there, we are likely to improve the