No matter where you work or what career you’re in, layoffs happen. Regardless of your job type, from manual labor to sitting at a desk, layoffs are inevitable. It may not happen while you’re at your current company, but at some point in your career, a business may have to let go of some employees.Read More
Unmotivated? Toxic workplace? Annoying peers? Rude customers? It happens! Get your work life advice here. Your Office Mom lives to tell the tale.
The beginning of a new year is an excellent time to focus on your career goals and identify what’s working and what’s not. With that assessment, you may find that it's time to update your resume and get your job search activities into high gear. That being said, Your Office Mom wants to share some advice…Read More
Some of you may be getting a little anxious about upcoming Thanksgiving feasts. In fact, you may be wondering if there’s a way to get out of them. Perhaps, come down with a plague or something. That’s why I wanted to write this article and give you some solid advice.Read More
An internal job posting peaked your interest, and you're going for it. But, if you think your tenure, relationships, and past performance are going to weigh heavily in your favor when you're up against external candidates, think again. It's that assumption that can sabotage your chance of landing that coveted internal position.Read More
When you’re looking for a job the last thing you want to do is spend time looking for articles to help you get that job. And, because Your Office Mom knew it was the last thing you wanted to do, we decided to do it for you. We selected four articles to give you perspective and help focus your energy on what's important: condense your resume, consider your competition and make an impression after the interview.Read More
You're searching multiple job sites. You’re trying to peruse LinkedIn connections faster than Tinder swipes. But, what's your strategy? If you don't have one, you need one. Otherwise, after getting the hell out of you current nightmare and the luster of your shiny new job wears off you realize that other than the location and the cool ass industrial vibe, the company culture sucks, your manager is an absolute Neanderthal, and the boys club is rampant.Read More
I recently attended a conference in Vegas. I planned to publish a post about making the most of conference experiences before the event but got caught up in my presentation and prepping for a video shoot. In hindsight, it worked to my advantage. Because let’s just say, I was enlightened in Vegas…Read More