A career today is less likely to be a decades-long, one-company relationship than it was forty years ago. Now, a worker may change employers several times, or make a radical career shift. This volume, instead of the more usual... Read More
“Foes or enemies may be a lot harder to spot than friends in the workplace,” cautions the author, “and at times it may be difficult to understand why they even became that way.” One employee described here learned this lesson... Read More
Workers can generate ideas for improvements that are useful, even innovative. Some organizations receive and utilize employee ideas with considerable success. Many more do not. The authors undertook a years-long international study of... Read More
Prehistoric humans experienced several simultaneous physiological changes when threatened. These constituted a “fight or flight,” or stress, response to predator attacks or similar situations. The author notes: “However, in the... Read More
The author affirms that the term “moral capitalism” signifies something possible and real. He holds that capitalism springs from natural instincts to own and control property. When businesses act using concepts similar to the notion... Read More
Lay-offs. Impossible bosses. Benefit reductions. Long commutes. These are a few of the conditions found in today’s workplace environment. For those who encounter these and other problems, there is this author-a career counselor,... Read More
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