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Aaron Gouveia

Aaron Gouveia has worked as the Content Manager of Salary.com since 2011. Prior to that, he was an award-winning journalist at several prominent New England newspapers.

Articles By Aaron Gouveia

  • 7 Ways to Show Employees Some Love

    This "holiday," established in 1995, serves as a day to honor workers across the country. After all, National Bosses Day is celebrated in October, so it’s only fair the rank and file employees have their moment in the sun as well. That’s … Read more...

  • 12 Bad Habits That Hold Good People Back

    Most self-help books tell you all the things you need to start doing if you want to be successful. Which is why James Waldroop's "The 12 Bad Habits That Hold Good People Back: Overcoming the Behavior Patterns That Keep You From Getting … Read more...

  • Mourning One of Our Own

    Our salary information allows people to better negotiate a starting salary so they can earn more money. Money which then gives them the ability to do things like buy a house, get married, start a family and begin saving for retirement. And … Read more...

  • Social Networking for Career Success

    Would you study and memorize all of your friends' contact information even though you had a working smartphone? How about doing the dishes by hand despite an operational dishwasher in your kitchen? Of course you wouldn't, because both of … Read more...

  • Wasting Time at Work 2012

    A Facebook status update here, a Tweet there and maybe you find that perfect dinner recipe on Pinterest. In this day and age most jobs require a computer, most computers have the Internet and distractions to workers are plentiful. But how … Read more...

  • Companies Should Start Hiring for Attitude

    A collection of degrees and a host of credentials is all well and good, but if you don't have the right attitude at work you'll likely be shown the door. And that's a costly outcome for both employee and employer. Read more...

  • TV Producer Sherali Najak

    Najak is doing what he's wanted to do since the age of 15 -- producing a television show. He is the senior producer of live and remote broadcasts for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's esteemed Hockey Night in Canada, which is the … Read more...

  • The Procrastination Equation

    "I'll get to it later." Who among us hasn't uttered those fateful words? It could be a daily occurrence or perhaps it only happens on big projects or the weekly task you despise most. But however procrastination finds its way into our … Read more...

  • What's a Mom Worth in 2012?

    Every year for the last 12 years, Salary.com has surveyed thousands of mothers across the country to figure out which jobs they spend the most time on and how many hours they work in a week. Then, using our extensive salary data, we figure … Read more...

  • Goal Play: Leadership Lessons from the Soccer Field

    At first glance, coaching girls youth soccer doesn't have anything to do with running a multimillion-dollar company. But in his more than two decades of coaching, Paul Levy has taught (and learned) lessons on the soccer field that directly … Read more...