Workplace stress is keeping you up at night?

You’re the boss of your company, but your company is not the boss of you According to a Monster’s 2020 State of the Candidate survey of 1,000 full-time and part-time employees in the United States, 34% said their job negatively affects their mental health. Many employees have experienced anxiety (41%), depression (24%), and physical illness…

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How to negotiate severance pay when you’ve been laid off

Tired employee

You might be getting a pink slip, but you want to make sure you’re also getting as much compensation as possible when you head out the door. You probably know that you can negotiate your starting salary and raises when you start a job, but did you know that you can also negotiate your severance pay agreement when you…

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7 jobs in high demand right now, and what experts suggest you consider if you want to apply

About 10 million Americans filed for unemployment in the final weeks of March. Not all industries are furloughing or laying off employees, though. With surges in demand for groceries, toiletries, and delivery in general during the coronavirus outbreak, many industries are hiring and hundreds of thousands of front-line positions are currently open. “Employers have the primary responsibility for providing a safe and healthy work environment,”…

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