Some people think the best way to be successful at work is to stomp their way to the top, stamping on people as they go and doing whatever it takes.
It’s expected that by 2050 more than 50% of the workforce will work from home, or do a role that involves travel, where home is used as a base. But what’s the best way of making it work?
Interviews are a chance for you to get to know the person you are thinking of hiring and you want to know as much about that person as possible, but there are a few questions you should avoid.
We’ve all had bosses who we would do anything for, they just seem to have a knack of getting the best out of people. They inspire and encourage, but how do they do this?
If you’ve worked for a company for a while and you’re finding you’re being given more responsibility and tasks, without any formal recognition, then maybe it’s time to ask for a promotion?