10 Times You’ll Have to Give Your Employees Tough Feedback (and Exactly What to Say When You Do)

Positive and negative feedback are an important part of anyone's professional and personal development. But giving effective feedback can be a hard thing to do. So to help you out, we've put together 10 real-life examples that'll be sure to make your feedback more impactful.

50 Reasons You Might Be More Privileged Than Your Co-worker (That You’re Not Aware Of)

Privilege is a social force that’s widely impactful, yet highly misunderstood. The best work environments strive for those who have less privilege to reach success as equally as those who do not. But in order to do that, we must first know exactly what privilege looks like.

20 Interview Questions Every Data Scientist Should Be Ready to Answer

Data science is one of the most in-demand jobs today. In addition to the usual "Tell me about yourself" elevator pitch, your cultural, experiential, and technical vocabulary should be on point, too. Here are 20 common questions you should be prepared to answer in an interview.

Yes, There Is a Difference Between a Social Media and Community Manager

You've heard the roles before: social media manager and community manager. But what do they do? What's the difference between their responsibilities? We break it down for you so you can figure out which one fits your skill set and interests.

Here’s What Happened When I Stood Up to My Office Bully

According to the Workplace Bullying Institute, bullying is actually four times more common than sexual harassment in the workplace. When I experienced workplace bullying, I was starting a new job—one that required me to work directly with this colleague. Here's my story.

6 Jobs That’ll Help You Do Good With Your Law Degree (That Don’t Involve Being a Lawyer)

Many people pursue law school because of the desire to make a difference. While it can be a challenging decision to move away from law, the good news is that there are plenty of jobs in the social-impact space where your law degree can be quite useful.

Here’s How Much You’ll Get Paid if You’re Looking for a Job in HR

With the exception of finance, HR is the department most familiar with employee salaries. It should come as no surprise that HR professionals also know how to negotiate for competitive compensation. Here's how much you can expect to make if you're pursuing a role in the HR field.

This Will Help You Decide if You’ll Do Better at a Small Nonprofit or a Large Nonprofit

Finding a workplace where the organization’s culture feels like a fit can greatly affect your overall job satisfaction. We break down what the culture at a small versus large nonprofit means so you can find a company that's perfect for you and your career advancement.

This Is What a Career Path in Sales Looks Like

All sales jobs are not created equal. If you work in sales (or are interested in working in sales), here are the eight main sales positions you should consider, how much they all pay, and what skills or experience you need to break into them.

9 Moments to Appreciate Every Day if You Truly Want to Be Happy

Happiness, whether in your work or your life, is up to you to cultivate. Find that happiness by taking a moment to appreciate each of these things.