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Posted March 17, 2014 by

How to Dress as a Working Woman on Your Entry Level Job

If you’re a woman on an entry level job who could use some tips on how to dress, the following post has some for you in an infographic, as well as those preparing for a job interview.

Being successful in your career takes a number of different factors. Women have to work hard, be smarter, and strive to prove that they are qualified for whatever jobs they are undertaking. One of the biggest mistakes that women make in the workforce is in the image they present. Women not only have to have

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Posted December 14, 2012 by

6 Tips to Survive Your Holiday Office Party

Harrison Monarth

Harrison Monarth, Salary.com contributing writer

With its booze, year-long pent-up emotions towards co-workers, the specter of organizational politics, various inter-office rivalries and the “secret” cubicle farm romance everyone knows about, the annual company holiday party has all the explosive potential of an open fire in a dynamite factory.

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Posted November 22, 2011 by

Survey: Attendance Optional at Company Holiday Party, Most Executives Say

It will soon be that time of year again for the holiday office party.

Will skipping the holiday party at work land you on the boss’s “naughty list”? Not necessarily, according to a new OfficeTeam survey. More than six in 10 (61 percent) executives whose companies host holiday parties said there’s no unwritten rule requiring employees to attend. But that doesn’t mean staff should miss out on the merriment: Thirty-eight percent of respondents indicated that making an appearance is expected.

Managers whose companies host holiday celebrations were asked if they agreed or disagreed with the statement, “It is an unwritten rule that employees should make an appearance at the holiday party.” Their responses*: (more…)