You may have heard that having good “credit” is important, but you may be unsure about what that means. Your “credit” is an indication of your trustworthiness in repaying debt and consists of your credit history, your credit report and your credit score. Continue reading
Does the thought of an unexpected expense – such as a vet bill, a fence repair or a medical bill – make you uneasy? If you’re living paycheck to paycheck, the tips below on frugal living can help you save for a rainy day.1
When you’re stressed on the job, your body may start showing some of the signs: sore muscles, tight jaw, headaches. You may feel cranky, unfocused or sleep-deprived. Continue reading
Just the thought of communicating with your boss can be enough to produce stress and anxiety. However, with a little preparation and practice, you can be on your way to confident and effective communication. Continue reading
Losing one’s job during a workforce reduction is tough. But those who remain in the workplace also feel the effects of cutbacks. Continue reading
In a challenging economy, you may not feel that you can simply change jobs — but you might be able to change how you think about your job to improve your job satisfaction. Continue reading
There was a time when the boundaries between work and home were fairly clear. Today, however, work is likely to invade your personal life — and maintaining work-life balance is no simple task. This might be especially true if you’re concerned about losing your job due to restructuring, layoffs or other factors.
Still, work-life balance isn’t out of reach. Continue reading
Job burnout is a special type of job stress — a state of physical, emotional or mental exhaustion combined with doubts about your competence and the value of your work. If you think you might be experiencing job burnout, take a closer look at the phenomenon. What you learn may help you face the problem and take action before job burnout affects your health. Continue reading
Just the thought of communicating with your boss can be enough to produce stress and anxiety. However, with a little preparation and practice, you can be on your way to confident and effective communication.