Surviving the First 90 Days at Your New Job

Surviving the First 90 Days at Your New Job

Congratulations! After countless interviews, job searches, information sessions, and daunting application processes, you finally landed the job. Now, the real work begins. Surviving the first 90 days at your new job is crucial for your development and personal growth within a new role. No matter your experience level or familiarity with the new position, you can ensure success by creating …

Closing the Gap: Own Your Career Break and Start Fresh

Closing the Gap: Own Your Career Break and Start Fresh

  Bereavement. Career transition. Caregiving. Full-time parenting. Gap year. Layoff/position eliminated. Health and well-being. Personal goal pursuit. Professional development. Relocation. Retirement. Travel. Voluntary work. These are all reasons for taking a career break. In a survey of nearly 23,000 workers and more than 4,000 hiring managers, LinkedIn found that nearly two-thirds (62%) of employees have taken a break at some …

Self-Care Won’t Fix Your Burnout

How many times have you been told to take a vacation or get a massage to combat your burnout? If you are chronically burnt out from work and stress, these “self-care” solutions won’t fix your burnout and are at best a temporary reprieve, not a long-term fix.   I recently read an article about managing burnout that has stuck with …