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Why Soft Skills are Important at the Workplace
While possessing the latest technical skills such as social media marketing, artificial intelligence and so forth is going to be necessary for pursuin ...
Do not derail your career by making these 5 mistakes
Ever feel like you are doing everything right, but just cannot seem to get ahead at work? You could be making one of these five common mistakes. Netwo ...
How to convey your work exit to clients and coworkers
Your resignation is approved and you will be moving on to a new job. But how do you break the news to the people you work with every day?Firstly, it i ...
What to do if you didn't get the pay raise you wanted
Picture this: its the day of your annual review, and lately youve been feeling on top of your game. You enter the meeting room confident, expecting po ...
How to ask your current boss for a reference (without getting fired)
Its okay to be nervous about the prospect of having to ask your current employer to write you a reference . Though your boss may be surprised or even ...
Got promoted? Here's how things will change
Pop the champagne because youve finally received that promotion youve been waiting for! Your hard work has paid off, and while you might be quite exci ...
6 character traits you will need in the banking industry
While your resume might tick all the boxes to get a job in the banking industry, recruiters expect more than a great track record. Wanting to make it ...
How to handle passive-aggressive colleagues
We have all likely been in situations where we use sarcasm instead of being upfront about our thoughts. While its okay to display such behaviour in ...
5 tips on how to work with your friends
The fascinating cases of famous friendships gone awry have been well-documented. One only needs to look at Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverins fallin ...
4 tips to absorb and retain information
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How to get one-on-one meetings with your boss
Employees commonly stay away from meetings alone with the boss because of how daunting it can feel. It can be scary, not to mention painfully awkward. ...
This is how you can train your brain to focus
Someone who is able to focus entirely on a task is a huge asset to a team. In this era of constant notifications from email, social media, digital cal ...
4 ways to grow your network in a new industry
Most of us build our professional networks over time and through the duration of our career. But what happens if you suddenly decide to change directi ...
How Millennials can work with conservative bosses
A lot has been said about the differences between Millennials and Baby Boomers, especially when it comes to their views on work and the workplace. Und ...
Facing workplace discrimination? Here's what you should do
Being singled out at work for reasons not related to your skill or ability hampers your productivity, mental well-being and ability to be an effective ...
How relationship advice can solve your work conflicts
No matter how hard we try to prevent them, conflicts will arise in one form or another. While thats perfectly healthy in any relationship, its when th ...
How FIFA 2018 can inspire you to overcome a career setback
Its only the first week, and the 2018 FIFA World Cup is already turning out to be a tournament of surprises. Among the top contenders, Germany has alr ...
4 tips for starting in a newly created role
Moving into a new job is always exciting, but its a prospect that can be equally daunting, especially if your role has been newly created. But a new r ...
4 techniques to skilfully make your point in meetings
Weve all been in a meeting and had the frustrating experience of trying desperately to make a point, only to fail in eloquence, be interrupted or be t ...
4 ways to advance your career in smaller companies
Depending on your preference of corporate culture, small businesses and startups are sometimes more advantageous than large corporations, especially i ...
Tips to acing your probation period
Congrats on your new job! Now all you have to do is ace your probation period. But how do you best navigate the first few months in the spotlight? As ...
5 networking tips for your next conference
Conferences crackle with potential. With hundreds of professionals and experts from myriad industries gathered in the same venue, its your opportunity ...
Do's and don'ts of getting to know your new boss
Given that a majority of us spend a third of our lives at work, maintaining friendly relationships with colleagues and superiors, is key to staying sa ...
Make the move from generalist to specialist with these 4 steps
In todays rapidly changing landscape, flexibility is one of the characteristics highly valued by recruiters and hiring managers. However, a specialisa ...
4 EQ skills that matter on the job
The term EQ may seem overused but remains necessary in the modern workplace. Emotional intelligence is linked to increased productivity levels and gre ...
4 courses that can help you upskill
Nothing can beat the experience you gain on the job, but a short course can help you to attain or fine-tune the skills necessary for landing your drea ...
Hate 9 to 5 Job? Here are 4 careers for you
If you are counting down the hours until you can finally leave the office, the regular 9-to-5 drill might not be for you. While some people thrive on ...
How to ease back into work after a break (Poll)?
When returning from a relaxing holiday, it can be hard to bounce back at work. Before getting frustrated with work and quickly burning out, its best t ...
How Black Panther can help you get your dream job
One of the finer movies to have come out of Marvel Studios in recent times, Black Panther is a heady cocktail of Afro-futurism, edge-of-your-seat acti ...
5 amazing jobs that will take you abroad
Dont you just love to pack your bags and explore a new place? What if you were paid to do so? Dont worry this isnt an online scam, as some professions ...
How to date a co-worker without sabotaging your career
Though it may be a cliche, an interoffice romance isnt as big of a no-no as it used to be. In fact, some studies show that up to 50% of people have da ...
How to get a promotion in 2018
Most of us start the year with a list of resolutions and plans, and more often than not, a career advancement is on the wishlist too. However, in orde ...
How to recharge your batteries over the festive holidays
December is the time companies reflect on the year that has just passed, plan for the year ahead and sometimes even to shut their office for the seaso ...
5 ways to beat procrastination once and for all
Ah, Ill do it tomorrow. We are all guilty of uttering these words. Tomorrow is soon, but tomorrow is never today! Easier said than done, it perfectly ...
3 warning signs your career is on autopilot
A career on autopilot? It may not sound so bad, but letting your career fall into an autopilot stage can be very damaging in the long term - for your ...
How to cope with working overtime
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How to gracefully decline a job offer
Sometimes, after spending weeks interviewing for a job and finally landing it, it becomes evident the role isnt for you.You may have found another gig ...
The top 4 mistakes you're making while giving feedback
In Hong Kong a majority of people feel comfortable giving feedback to their supervisors, according to a recent poll conducted by Monster. 32% of respo ...
4 reasons why you aren't getting promoted
Youve got the skills, the smarts and the swag, so why do you get passed over for a promotion time and again? Then theres your colleague who seems to a ...
4 tips to deal with an overly demanding boss
Dealing with a demanding boss is a no-win dilemma. And if your boss is a workaholic short deadlines, unreasonable demands, expectations to respond 24/ ...
The art & science of taking feedback: Here's how to do it like a pro
Whether it is during your annual review, a team meeting or just a quick note from your boss via email receiving negative feedback can be hard to hear. ...
5 kinds of toxic colleagues to avoid
Toxic colleagues are the worst. Not only is their behaviour detrimental to your work but they thrive on their shortcomings and somehow still seem to ...
5 annoying conference call behaviours
Conference calls sound like a great idea theyre meant to be fast and effective for colleagues and clients to stay connected. But often, it is cacophon ...
5 networking tips for introverts
For introverts networking can feel oddly outside their comfort zone. Yes, youve heard this before- its not what you know, but whom you know. Conferenc ...
Looking to switch jobs? How to identify your transferable skills
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84% of Hong Kongers are unhappy at work
Employees in Hong Kong arent feeling the love from their current jobs. According to an online poll conducted by Monster.com, a whopping 84% of respond ...
4 things to consider before quitting your job this year
The temptation to walk out of a toxic job can be overwhelming, but dont rush the decision.While some situations might warrant quitting, many problemsl ...
Here's why your manager chose to hire the other Intern over you
So youve collected your degree, hung up your graduation robe and are ready to bid your reckless college days goodbye with an internship.Along with a h ...
15 things Not to Say to Your Boss
By Megan Malugani, Monster Contributing Writer Think before you speak is always a good policy, and in the workplace the maxim could be further refined ...
How to deal with workplace conflict
Have you ever felt like standing on your desk and calling out a colleague for being laan?Have you ever stared down a colleague for three straight days ...
5 Olympian habits to adopt in the workplace
We recently sawhundreds of Olympians compete at Rio 2016 - an event that is the culmination of years of hard work, perseverance and determination. B ...
Is that company a good culture fit for you?
By Michael Neece, Monster Contributing Writer If you have the luxury of options for your next place of work, making a decision comes down to culture f ...
Managing the Black Hole in the Job Application process
ByMargot Carmichael Lester, Monster Contributing WriterYouve invested the time in completing the job application,polishing your resumeand writing acom ...
Five Bad Excuses for Calling in Sick
By Roberta Chinsky Matuson, for Yahoo! HotJobsAt some point in time it happens to the best of us. We become disengaged with our jobs, boss or just lif ...
Three Job-Interview Myths
By Charles Purdy, MonsterHotJobs Senior EditorThink you know all there is to know about interviewing for a job? According to career coach David Couper ...
Four Expert Career Tips for Fall
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En route to Employability: A step-by-step approach to job search
The search for a job has a lifecycle of its own starting with the desire to make a move to finding the right job that will contribute to an individual ...
These mistakes can jeopardize your hunt for the right job
Looking for a job is a job itself. While most people think landing the right job is being at the right place at the right time, it is more than just a ...
How not get fired while playing Pokémon Go
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Keep your career on track well into the New Year with these 10 moves
Lets be honest. Right now, the only things running through your mind are your holiday shopping, travel plans for family reunionsand the stress that co ...
Job Seekers Checklist of Values
Every day, we make choices -- some without careful consideration. Whether we realize it or not, often our career choice is based on values rather than ...
Weaving a communication web!
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. African proverbWe have heard it often enough. It is not what you know but who yo ...
Switching Jobs? Are You Ready?
We all see ourselves on a career graph. Sometimes we are content with where we are and sometimes, we are not. Knowing when it is time to move on can b ...
Sample Interview Thank-You Letter
Do you know that most applicants dont send a post-interview thank-you letter? Even if you think an offer is in the bag, you can always improve your ch ...
Analyze Your Career with a Personal SWOT
ByIan Christie, Monster Contributing Writer Want a fresh way to size up the state of your career? How about taking a page from the business-school pla ...
Five Resume Workarounds for a Spotty Job History
By Liz Ryan, for Yahoo! HotJobsIs your employment history the kind we used to call checkered? Well, youre not alone, or even in the minority. People b ...
Get Along with Your Personality Opposite at Work
By Peter Vogt, Monster Senior Contributing Writer Do you work with someone who drives you crazy -- and seems to do it on purpose? Well, guess what: Yo ...
Eight Ways to Make Yourself More Marketable
By Margaret Steen, for Yahoo! HotJobsThe economy is shaky -- and it may feel like your job is, too. Whether youre already job hunting or believe you m ...
Four Career Risks Worth Trying
By Denene Brox, for Yahoo! HotJobsTaking calculated risks in your career can help you reach your goals. Below are some of the common career risks that ...
Resolve Office Conflicts
By Beverly West, Monster Contributing Writer When the going gets tough, your coworkers can be the first to get on your last nerve. Whether its due to ...
When an Old Enemy Aims to Be a New Coworker
By Caroline M.L. Potter, Yahoo! HotJobsMoving on from a job can be tough when youve forged close bonds with your coworkers. But if you had a contentio ...
Common Interview Questions, Part 4
Part 4 in a Four-Part SeriesBy Ian Christie, Monster Contributing Writer Every interview has a unique focus, but some questions are asked so often, it ...
The Science of Google Web Presence
Can You Really Control What Shows Up Under Your Name?By Emily Bennington, Monster Contributing WriterWeve heard the message -- loud and clear -- that ...
Common Interview Questions, Part 3
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What the Colors of Your Job Interview Clothes Convey
By Gladys Stone Fred Whelan, Monster Contributing Writers Prepping for an important interview means researching the companyand making sure you have s ...
Workaholism: Five Ways to Keep It in Check
By Debra Davenport, for Yahoo! HotJobsYou know who you are: You take your cellphone to bed, work every weekend and never seem to have time to relax. Y ...
Why Did You Leave Your Last Job?
By Margot Carmichael Lester, Monster Contributing Writer There are many reasons you might have left your last job, and not all of them are rosy. Perha ...
Beware of Back-Stabbing Coworkers
Handling Peers Who Want to Make You Look BadBy Larry Buhl, for Yahoo! HotJobsThink youve been stabbed in the back at work? If so, youre not alone.In a ...
Common Interview Questions, Part 1
By Ian Christie, Monster Contributing Writer Every interview has a unique focus, but some questions are asked so often, it makes sense to do all you c ...
Passion Can Drive Your Career
By John Rossheim, Monster Senior Contributing Writer Whether it last happened today or 20 years ago, most of us have been hit with that pit-of-the-sto ...
Discover the Work You Were Born to Do
By James Gonyea, Monster Contributing Writer So youve been hearing that voice again, the one that says youre not doing what you were born to do. That ...
11 Things You Should Resolve Not to Do at Work in 2011
By Megan Malugani, Monster Contributing Writer The new year is a perfect time to say hello to workplace happiness and good-bye to the bad habits that ...
10 Questions to Ask When Negotiating Salary
By Dona DeZube, Monster Finance Careers Expert What you ask for during a salary negotiation doesnt just influence how much you earn -- it also tells y ...
A Fresh Start for Your Career
By Susan Bryant, Monster Contributing Writer What do you need to do to find the kind of enjoyment or progress you want in your career? Joel Garfinkle, ...
10 Career Resolutions
By Dan Miller, Monster Staff Writer Like the old saying, Today is the first day of the rest of your life, its never a bad time to start moving your ca ...
How Do You Balance the Holidays and Work?
Monster Members Share Their Tips and TricksThe holidays are generally a time filled with festivities, good cheer and even better food. So, who wants t ...
How to Handle Sticky Situations in Your Cover Letter
By Kim Isaacs, Monster Resume Expert Are you wondering how to deal with a sticky work history issue? Whether you were laid offfrom your last position, ...
Your Turn to Ask Questions
By Thad Peterson, Monster Staff Writer In many situations, the questions you ask in an interview can be more revealing than the answers you give. Recr ...
What Your Job-Related Dreams Could Be Telling You
By Peter Vogt, Monster Senior Contributing Writer If youve ever had dreams -- or even nightmares -- about your job, youre not alone.In a 2003 survey o ...
Six Interview Tips for Career Changers
By John Rossheim, Monster Senior Contributing Writer It takes courage to interview for a lateral career change, whether youre a journalist moving into ...
Nine Memorable Questions to Ask at Your Interview
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Five Questions to Ask After the Offer
By Denene Brox, Monster Contributing Writer All job hunters are waiting for that call -- the one that says theyve landed the job. But as eager as you ...
11 Ways to Hurt Your Career
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Develop Leadership Skills in Any Job
By Cheri Swales, Monster Contributing Writer No matter what position you hold, leadership skills are valuable for moving you through your career and i ...
Tips for Creating a Concise Resume
By Kim Isaacs, Monster Resume Expert If youre in the middle of updating or writing your resume, you may be asking yourself any of these questions:How ...
Cover Letter Checklist
Many job seekers struggle with their cover letters, but writing a good cover letter is a skill that can be learned and perfected. The time and effort ...
10 Interview Fashion Blunders
What Not to Wear to the InterviewBy Carole Martin, Monster Contributing Writer Any article about what to wear to an interview might well begin with a ...
Dressing for the Interview, by Industry
By Peter Vogt, Monster Senior Contributing Writer Theres no getting around it: In every job interview, youre going to be judged -- at least partially ...
Should You Always Send a Cover Letter?
By Kim Isaacs, Monster Resume Expert You found an exciting new job posting and are getting ready to submit your resume, but what about a cover letter? ...
13 Networking Mistakes
By Dan Woog, Monster Contributing Writer You wouldnt wear jeans to a job interview, but do you pay as much attention to job-hunting etiquette when net ...
The 10 Worst Mistakes Career Changers Can Make
Changing careers is never easy. Half the world thinks youve lost your mind, headhunters say youll never work again and your relatives contribute the ...
Promotion Know-How for Women
Theres good and bad news for women hoping to break through the glass ceiling. The bad news is that women are more than twice as likely to be underrep ...
Career Change and the Seasoned Worker
When youre finished changing, youre finished.-- Benjamin Franklin What would it be like to quit your job and start over in a more appealing career? If ...
What to Do When You've Outgrown Your Job
Youve been in your job for several months now and are doing tasks far above your job description. Yet you feel your boss is oblivious to the fact tha ...
Get Noticed at Promotion Time
Since you started at your company one year ago, several positions have opened up you could have easily slipped into. Instead, other internal candidat ...
Working Women and the Recession
The Prospects for Success for Women in the Workforce in 2010 A small statistic made big workplace news in 2009: For the first time in US history, wom ...
More Than Just a Secretary
Anyone in the administrative profession knows that the job of the traditional secretary has evolved substantially to include much more than typing, f ...
Jump-Start Your Career Change
The prospect of changing careers is both exhilarating and daunting. If you know exactly what you want to pursue, dont become stymied by the enormous ...
Can You Transition into Insurance Sales?
A career in insurance sales can be a real gamble even for someone with prior sales experience. While the most successful agents in the nation make mo ...
Nine Tips for Starting Out or Starting Over
Whether youre a new graduate or career changer, starting a career takes a lot of motivation and energy. If youre confident and know what you want, ta ...
Make Your Vacation Spot Your Home
Have you ever returned from a vacation and daydreamed about packing up everything you own and hopping the first plane back? Has another city or state ...
Is Changing Fields Right for You?
Ive got to get out of here -- this job is killing me! Or, Ive got to get out of here -- this kind of work is killing me. Whats the difference? Theres ...
Five Ways to Avoid a Tech Career Crisis
If you are taking a break from actively managing your IT career, just remember one word: Cobol. While this 50s-era programming language is still used ...
Is Starting Your Own Business the Answer?
Scott Stropkay decided to start his own business soon after leaving a good position for what seemed to be an even better one. After rumors that the d ...
Take Advantage of Downtime at Work
We often dream of having downtime at work. But when we actually get it, we dont know what to do. You should realize this is the perfect time to compl ...
Community College for Career Changers
President Barack Obama has proposed a 10-year, multibillion-dollar initiative to beef up community college programs across the nation, with a primary ...
Qualify Your Military Training with Credentials
Credentialing is a smart way to increase your chances of landing a civilian job without having to repeat coursework thats equivalent to your military ...
Career Admins Can Keep Up Their Skills Through Certification and Continuing Education
Keeping up with certifications and training in the administrative field can pay off for career admins. Just ask Karen Kohn. Kohn, a 35-year veteran o ...
Prove Your Resume Claims with a Career Performance Portfolio
Employers are skeptical and for good reason: Most have looked at hundreds or thousands of resumes, many making claims that eventually prove to be a s ...
Should You Disclose a Disability on Your Resume?
According to the Americans with Disabilities 2005 report, 54 million Americans -- nearly 19 percent -- has some type of disability. The US Department ...
Resume Dilemma: Employment Gaps and Job-Hopping
In todays economy, you need to carefully present your experience to avoid being seen as unstable. Start by evaluating your situation and determining ...
How Not to Say Thank You After an Interview
In the job search, theres nothing like performing well at the interview. And after researching the company, practicing your presentationand answering ...
The Power of a Simple Thank-You Note
When my wife was hired for her first real job after graduating from college, she was remembered and saluted by her new supervisor for one seemingly sm ...
Cover Letters Build the Case for Workers Over 50
The cover letter is dead. You may have heard this pronouncement from friends or colleagues, who cite the trend toward electronic submission of resume ...
10 Cover Letter Don'ts
Your cover letter is the first thing employers see when they open your materials. Avoid these 10 mistakes, and make your first impression a good and ...
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