Technology, the great work unifier! We all have email, cellphones, apps, computers, WiFi, voicemail, video chat, and smart watches to keep us connected day and night. It’s fantastic! When tech becomes a problem is when work doesn’t stop at 5 …
As they say, it happens to the bet of us. Getting stuck in your career isn’t the end of the road, it can actually be a hidden opportunity ready for the taking. Here are a few tips to help you get yourself out of a seemingly hopeless career rut and on your way to professional bliss.
Now that the holiday craze has died down and it's back to reality, it's time to get serious about what lies ahead for 2015. Before you dive headfirst into your new year's resolutions list (which you dusted off from last year), we've compiled a list that will help you get your life and career on track for the coming year.
Ever been about to walk into a meeting or job interview, yet had no idea who you were about to talk to? Most people would tell you to prep for a meeting by looking at the participants' LinkedIn profiles to get a sense of what they do, what they’ve done, and a little bit about their educational background to see if you have anything in common. But what if there was an app that did actually did all that legwork for you?
LinkedIn is one of the largest social networks on the web, and has emerged as one of the most important tools for job seekers. However, in our increasingly mobile world, it's important to always stay connected -- even when you’re looking for your next career move. To help job seekers find, make, and keep the connections they need, LinkedIn has introduced a suite of new mobile apps, each designed with a different purpose, depending on where you are in your career.
If you've been single within the last year, you've probably heard of Tinder -- the dating app that allows you to swipe right or left to indicate your interest in a potential new boyfriend or girlfriend. Based on that idea of matching users with what they want in life, a new app called Jobr offers to help job seekers find their next gig.
In the olden days, productivity tools were a bit bulkier: pen, paper, the occasional actual, physical clock. Now, you can have just about anything you need to improve your efficiency, right in your phone or tablet. These are some of the best apps for getting stuff done.
Professionals are constantly looking for ways to better organize their time in order to carve out a few more minutes (or hours, if they’re lucky) to find that elusive work-life balance. Here are five apps that every professional needs to help them attain a better sense of control over their everyday lives.
If you're like most of us, you likely not only have a long list of things to do today, but also more lists of things you need to accomplish this week, this month, and even by the end of next year. Many of these tasks you may need delegate out, whether it's to an assistant, co-founder, or other members of your team. Keeping track of these tasks can be a pain.
With this year coming to a close, it’s time to start thinking about what 2014 has in store for your career, especially if you’re looking for a job. Here are three awesome apps to help you establish and accomplish goals to enhance your career in the new year.
One reason workers hate open-plan offices is that it makes it nearly impossible to schedule appointments for mundane but necessary things like haircuts and car maintenance. Fortunately, there is, as they say, an app for that.