How to Attract and Retain Employees in 2022

Photo by Linda Eller-Shein from Pexels According to the Wall Street Journal, workers in the U.S. resigned from a record 4.4 million jobs in September of 2021. Many industries are experiencing problems not only retaining current workers, but attracting new talent. The pandemic has allowed workers to re-assess their career goals. As a result, many professionals are looking for Read More …

2022 New Year’s Resolutions for Everyone

Photo by cottonbro from Pexels Many people make resolutions every year. If you’re like many people, you may stick with your resolutions for a while but give up because it’s not really what you want or need.  This year, don’t make resolutions based on what you think you should do but rather what you need. Whether you’re a Read More …

The Best Journals and Planners for 2022

Photo by Jess Bailey Designs from Pexels Keeping a journal has been shown to reduce stress, strengthen memory and boost self confidence. You may be looking for a planner to keep track of appointments, goals, and assignments. Or you might prefer journaling to write down thoughts, ideas and feelings. If you can’t decide, why not get both? Whether Read More …

Jobs in High Demand Right Now

The US is currently experiencing a labor shortage in many industries. Although employers may not be happy about the shortage, it’s a great opportunity for students or entry level workers to gain experience and for all workers to negotiate better pay and benefits. If you’re just looking for a job to provide extra cash or Read More …

The Best and Worst States for Teachers in 2021

Teaching can be a rewarding profession, but many teachers in the United States are overworked and underpaid. The COVID-19 pandemic has added to that stress, with teachers having to teach all classes online or develop hybrid models. Due to the lack of traditional in-person learning, a large percentage of students experienced significant setbacks in both Read More …

5 Red Flags of an Unethical Workplace: Q&A

According to the newly released Global Business Ethics Survey, close to 50% of US workers witnessed unethical and/or illegal conduct on the job in 2020. In addition, retaliation against employees who reported wrongdoing rose steeply, up to 61% in 2020. G. Richard Shell, Chair of Wharton Business School’s Legal Studies and Business Ethics Department is author of the bestselling Read More …

Best and Worst States for Jobs 2021

With the economy gaining 559,000 jobs in May, the personal-finance website WalletHub recently released its report on 2021’s Best & Worst States for Jobs. To help job seekers find the best employment opportunities, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 35 key indicators of job-market strength, opportunity and economic vitality. The data set ranges from employment growth Read More …