Diana Coker

Part-Time Jobs for Students: What To Look Out for?

Interviews - February 10, 2020

Part-time jobs for students are hard to find, in the competitive world of today, most companies and organizations look for people who have experience and skills. As such,...

73 Creative Job Titles in Corporate America

Recruitment - February 08, 2020

A job title says a lot about a person, his creativity, and his attitude towards the job. It is a description of an employee’s duties and role in the position. Thoug...

10 Best Job Sites for People with Disabilities

HR Tools & Technology - February 04, 2020

The employment scenario is changing; employment opportunities for people with disabilities are increasing. This growth is powered by a movement by employers to introduce ...

Hiring New Employees? Here’s A New Hire Training Checklist

Training & Development - February 03, 2020

Handling new employees in an office takes effort, time and lots of patience. The entire training process is tedious and lengthy- both for the employer and the new employe...

Fun Employee Engagement Activities for Valentine’s Day

Workplace Culture - January 22, 2020

Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love, of feelings and affection for one another. It is not only a day specifically meant for couples, but for everyone to show t...

Ways To Make The First Day At Work Successful

Recruitment - January 13, 2020

Your first day at work can be exhilarating, so follow these tips to set yourself up as a rising star in your company. Once you have passed the taxing hiring process and h...

STUDY: Less Negative Spillover of Paid Parental Leave than Hyped

Featured - January 11, 2020

Employers give paid paternal leave in almost all high-income nations. It has been introduced to decrease gender inequality and for bonding with children. It includes leav...

Clever Holiday & Christmas Gifts for Coworkers!

Workplace Culture - December 24, 2019

When you spend the better part of the day with your colleagues, it is natural that you develop friendships with some of your co-workers. Come Christmas, you want to celeb...

The Right Answer To “Why Should We Hire You?”

Interviews - December 18, 2019

Most of us have been asked the same question in our interviews which we may find repetitive and can’t relate what is asked. One of the most common among different q...

The Ultimate Guide to Discipline an Employee

Training & Development - December 04, 2019

Employee discipline is an unavoidable aspect of performance management. When done right, it can turn a slacker into a star performer. Typically, the process to discipline...

Best Paid Jobs of 2019 | Glassdoor

Featured - December 02, 2019

Healthcare professionals are outperforming the computer geeks of the world in salary stakes, according to some surveys. The best paid jobs of 2019 are in healthcare, info...

How to Respond To Ageism in the Workplace

Workplace Culture - November 13, 2019

Ageism in the workplace, whether subtle or blatant, takes an emotional toll. Learn how to combat ageism in the workplace. These are tough times for workers over a certain...

How To Resign Without Burning Bridges

Workplace Culture - November 12, 2019

Resigning from a job is common and should be dealt with responsibly. Attempts should be made to resign without burning bridges. This would help in creating long term rela...

How To Get Your Seasonal Job Search Strategy Right

Interviews - October 07, 2019

A lot of companies are preparing for making their big push for seasonal hiring. If you’re thinking that means only retail and holiday-related jobs, then you’re wrong....

Creating a Desirable Employee Value Proposition (EVP)

Compensation - October 03, 2019

As the U.S. economy grows, more people are returning to work and moving to better jobs. The labor market remains tight for all industries and across all skill levels ind...

How To Motivate A Multigenerational Workforce

Workplace Culture - September 20, 2019

For the first time ever, five generations of workforce coexist in the workplace. Due to each generation having different expectations of their work, culture, and knowledg...