Here at Nine2Five, we have a lot of lively correspondence with Midwest technology job seekers, job holders and, in a few cases, people who are hanging onto their jobs by their fingernails.
They write about things that happen in their workplaces. They write about their experiences with finding a job, getting promoted and managing a pretty wide range of other w......Full article >>>
l finances in a way that can be off-putting to people who are working pretty hard and who arent in your income tax bracket. Do you think you might want to temper that?
Stan replied: Heck no! Let it be a motivator for them. The harder they work, the more likely theyll get their own fast cars and whatever they want. Why shouldnt I talk about my personal life in the office just like everyone......Full article >>>
age these turkeys, the HR managers who may observe or hear of the problem and the employees who have to suffer through the brag fests in silence.
If youre the manager of a guy (thats a unisex term) who talks about all his money, you have to nip it in the bud.
Joanne, I pay you an excellent salary for a number of very important reasons. Chief among these reasons is the high degree......Full article >>>
king big purchases, thats a bad sign in and of itself. I'm talking Enron and Tyco here.
Prudence shows itself in lots of different ways. Personal and conspicuous spending is a pretty visible one. A lot of very fast cars in the parking lot can mean that the company is going great and all of you will soon prosper (or not). Be warned.
Its all a matter of context. If your stock optio......Full article >>>
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