When women become leaders at tech companies, it's big news. This is partly because of the role they have in changing both their companies and the work world -- see Sandberg, Sheryl, and Mayer, Marissa -- but it's also partly because powerful women in tech are still somewhat rare.
Alcohol enthusiasts, rejoice: It turns out that (moderate) drinking at work might boost your performance.
It's the trickiest thing to pull off in today's workplace. We're often in pursuit of a little extra something -- meaning, money, a few extra skills -- without the unwanted responsibilities and pressure that often comes with those things.
PayScale’s career advice column, 9 to Strive, is back. This time Industrial/Organizational Psychology Practitioner Muneeb Bukhari is here to help readers explain away gaps on their resumes and what to do when you get a raise that doesn’t meet your expectations.