work

Career-Management Tips for 2010

Though the odds may seem daunting, job seekers shouldn't view finding new employment as an impossible goal, says workplace expert John Challenger, chief executive at employment consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas. "The key to success is to take an active approach and make your own opportunities," he says.

Are you a workaholic?

Justin, a 35-year-old executive at a high-pressure investment firm works 60-70 hours per week. Even on vacation, he often slips away from the rest of...

Teamwork takes time -- maybe too much

You always suspected that social butterfly two cubicles away was slowing you down -- and now you have the research to back it up.New research by Dr....

Jobs you really don't want

Words matter. Politicians know it. Lawyers who draw up contracts know it. And people writing classified ads, know it. A few friends of mine are...