How To Have Fun During Retirement (Keep Working)
6 Jobs you may be overlooking What do school kids and retirees have in common during these dog days of summer? For many, it’s having lots of time and not knowing what to do with it. “But that comparison begins to breakdown almost immediately, because in a few short... Read more
The 4 Keys to Building Rapport
Emily, a sales manager in a large organization, was having significant challenges with her team. Communication with team members was inconsistent, and she continually struggled to motivate them. Her team was regularly missing their monthly objectives, and failed to provide meaningful status updates. The core issue Emily faced is... Read more
Basics for Today’s Businesswomen
Advice and trends for female entrepreneurs In today’s technology driven age, the successful small business owner is a savvy individual with a passion for their product. A survey recently conducted by and the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) gathered insights from women-owned businesses across the nation.... Read more
People’s Care Los Angeles
People’s Care Comes to Town When the ribbon was cut for People’s Care Los Angeles, a world of opportunities opened up for local adults with developmental disabilities. A part of People’s Care, a chain of facilities with support programs for the physically and mentally disabled, People’s Los Angeles will... Read more
The Six Principles of Successful Workplace Negotiation
No matter what your job title, chances are you engage in workplace negotiations every day. Whether selling products or services to clients, vying for more company resources, driving your ideas through to completion, or simply managing the day-to-day workload, being able to successfully negotiate with others is essential for... Read more
One Giant Leap for America at Work Neil Armstrong: The Astronaut, My Friend.
 As told to Kevin Nguyen by Francesco Caprio On July 20, 1969, America accomplished its single greatest technological achievement of all time, when Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon. It’s important to acknowledge that Apollo 11’s Moon landing, occurring 8 years after President John F. Kennedy audacious... Read more
Top Business Books
With help from getAbstract, the world’s largest library of business book summaries, Working World takes a quick look at the TOP 5 Business Books. 1. The Innovative Sale Most salespeople strive to think creatively, but few know how. Sales consultant Mark Donnolo shows the way. Drawing on his background... Read more
Study Shows More Sales Jobs for New Grads in 2015
OptifiNow shares insider secrets on how to succeed by developing basic skills As graduation season approaches, there is good news for college seniors who have not yet landed a job. The number of permanent, full-time job opportunities for recent grads has increased more than 20 percent in the last... Read more
Working Your Way Through Retirement
A Part-Time Job Could Be The Answer If Your Golden Years Leave You Bored Or Short Of Money Many people who waited eagerly for the day they could stop working and enjoy a leisurely retirement find that the reality doesn’t match their dreams. “Some people are not prepared financially... Read more
Eight Simple Ways to Show You Care as an IT Professional
When working with end users, customers, and technical support staff, often the most common feedback received relates to how much a support person cares or doesn’t care. The simple act of caring about our fellow human beings is the starting point for providing great customer service. When you truly... Read more