Did you know that your job can actually make you physically sick? That a study recently published in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine came up with the result that high job demands can increase risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by 45 percent.
Quitting is usually seen negatively. It is a bad thing, a taboo, a consequence. But what of successful quitting? Sometimes quitting can be a good move for your career. Monster introduces three people who quit and did it successfully.
Restaurants are more volatile than your teenage child’s mood swings. Restaurants come and go, fail and succeed in the blink of an eye and often over random, tiny things. For when your restaurant’s going down, Monster has some signs that will tell you. And what to do after, too.
When you get fired, it is important for you to figure out and soon whether you were fired rightfully or not, which in turn will help you decide whether you should fight back or move on. Monster lists some laws that should protect you from being wrongfully terminated.
When you quit, and chances are that sometime in your life you will have to, don’t be the story your ex-colleagues tell around the office cooler. Monster helps you stay professional and graceful as you make your exit.
Social networking sites have a vital role in today’s networking world. Not only do they help you maintain connections with people too far away to meet face to face, they can also be a lot less stressed (and a lot more planned) than physical connection.
Are you the kind of person who can’t stop making work calls even while on the beach, and who takes their laptop everywhere? The truth is, for those of us who care even a little bit about work, vacations are just stressful.
We’ve all said things we wish we could take back. But it is one thing to say something you regret and another entirely to write something that will now be immortalized on paper and can be shared and transferred forever
Having your own space might make you feel like decorating and personalizing it, and there is no reason why you shouldn’t. But don’t forget that it still belongs to your employer and it is out there for everyone to see.
When you start a new job, you are prepared to be nervous and have some serious performance anxiety. But are you prepared for the job to be disappointing? Monster suggests you prepare for this scenario by planning a few simple steps to help you cope if that ever happens.
Writers are underestimated and underpaid: this seems to be quite the universal fact. However, if you are great at writing and also at something else, there is no reason why you shouldn’t use your writing skills to network. Monster helps you see how.