All posts tagged "career issues"

  • You’ve got this: How to deal with a lunch thief

    Dr Froswa’ Booker-Drew answers your questions, putting her years of experience and practice into the goal of solving those knotty problems that beset us, and assuring us: ‘you’ve got this’. If you’d like Froswa’ to...

  • Keeping women in STEM careers: Looking to data for answers

    Companies across industries from IT to biopharma have long emphasized the importance of recruiting and maintaining women in jobs in the so-called STEM fields – Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. They spend billions every year...

  • 5 Smart steps to approach your boss about being a family carer

    Over a period of just a few weeks in 2016, online editor Richard Eisenberg faced a sudden “avalanche of medical emergencies” — including supporting his 89-year-old father through a kidney removal and helping his mother,...

  • How to pick the career of your dreams

    Any time you come to a decision to either begin a career or change to a different one, it can seem like such a harrowing and agonizing experience. And you may have to endure months...

  • Are you in the wrong career?

    Are the words“a career is not for ever sound familiar?  In the early years of our life we study, explore and spend time learning as much as we can about a career path that excites...

  • switching careers

    4 key tips to boost your career

    Often, a career can seem like a wild animal. It’s out of control, and often it leads us down paths that we don’t really want to be on. For instance, you can start working for...

  • time schedule rushed

    3 top ways and 6 things to stop doing to manage your time better

    Exhausted? Tired? Overwhelmed by how much you’ve gotta get done – and that’s just before lunchtime? You’re not alone. Busy has become a status symbol where whoever’s the busiest wins. We wake up in the...

  • switching careers

    7 tips to stop your career sinking

    Maybe you see your career as ‘the unsinkable’. However that’s what they said about the Titanic – so they weren’t on the lookout for risks that could endanger it. And we all know how that...