If you're not careful in how you approach your employer, you risk humiliating yourself, pointing out your flaws and even throwing co-workers under the bus unintentionally.
The good news is you got the job. But the bad news is you're worried you might be settling for a position that isn't the right fit for you. So where do you go from here?
Have you ever felt a little bit out of your element? Of course you have. Maybe it was traveling to a foreign country or pursuing a new hobby outside your comfort zone.
People send a lot of email. However, another study showed that only 14% of work emails are “important.” So when is an email important enough that it’s worth $11,000?
Think back to the last time you were at a party or a social event, and you had to make small talk with new acquaintances. Inevitably the question of "So what do you do?" is asked...