No workplace is perfect. Office politics exist everywhere — though in varying types and degrees. Research shows its prevalence: It has been reported that 93% of managers claim workplace politics exist in their organization, and 70% feel that to achieve success, a person must engage in politics.
Tag: Young Women At Work
Your resume has been refreshed for the new job search. On it, you have placed your latest credentials and updated your summary. You even had a friend assess your cover letter. Now you are ready for that next new job.
At several points over the course of your career, you’ll embark on the competitive mission to get eyeballs on your resume — but before you try wooing a recruiter, there’s another obstacle to contend with: the applicant tracking system (ATS).
According to the report “Workplace Conflict and How Businesses Can Harness It to Thrive,” 85 percent of employees deal with conflict on some level. Friction can take many forms, such as discriminatory practices in the workplace, interoffice politics, or challenges working within a team dynamic.
Succeeding in the Moment: Navigating Stressful Conversations and Toxic Behaviors in the Workplace
During these challenges times, when social distancing continues to be the norm, virtual networking can provide invaluable….
2020 has changed the marketing environment and increased conversations about diversity and inclusion within the field, forcing marketers to implement new tactics to create a new type of workspace. When we are talking about young women in a professional environment, we understand that some can feel isolated at times. The lack of support, recourse, and tools create an extra step on the hard road to success.