Workers Want a Thank You More Than Cash

When’s the last time you received a simple “thank you” for a job well done at work? If you’re finding it hard to recall, you’re definitely not alone — and that could be the reason you (and many other professionals) …

4 Questions to Ask Yourself If You Find Yourself in a Career Funk

Starting a new job can make you feel like you're a kid again. You never thought you'd be this excited about going to work, but then again, this job's different – it's "the one." You work your butt off to impress your bosses, and they love you because you're the first one in, last one out. However, after the honeymoon phase ends and everyone stops being so nice and accommodating, you begin to feel reality sinking in … again. You start having those all-too-familiar feelings of uncertainty and frustration: "I thought this time would be different." The days roll into months, and you can't seem to shake the feeling that something's not quite right with your once dreamy 9-to-5. You might even feel like you chose the wrong job and career altogether. Before you decide all is lost, here are a few things you may want to consider.

3 Actually Useful Job Perks You Didn’t Know You Wanted

These days, it's all about the perks: companies, possibly in lieu of an abundance of jobs or exorbitant salaries, have made an effort to outdo each other in the perk department. Netflix upped the ante in 2015 by announcing a year of paid family leave, and Facebook went as far as to offer egg freezing. And while those are certainly offers that will make you pause, the majority of us not working at the world's most sought-after tech jobs may wonder what's left on the table for the regular folk. Enter: these interesting offers.

Should You Tell Your Co-Workers How Much You Make?

Americans spend a lot of time at work. It's no wonder that co-workers turn into sincere friends sometimes, given how much we're together. But, there is one topic of conversation that even the closest co-worker buds tend to avoid – discussions of salary. There might be some really good reasons to start talking about it though, despite the fact that money discussion makes us a little uncomfortable. Let's look at this issue a little more closely in order to understand the potential benefits and drawbacks of discussing compensation with co-workers.

Are Attractive People Rewarded With Better Grades and Higher Earnings?

We know that motivation, talent, and maybe a little bit of luck are a great recipe for success, but what if there are other factors at play as well? Does a person's level of attractiveness impact the trajectory of their career? Let's take a look at some of the latest research and information on the topic to discover whether or not attractive people are rewarded professionally for their looks.