In This Issue
Eat healthier. Spend more time with family and friends. Get a better job. January is a time of resolutions – and reflection. And with the beginning of every year it has many of us assessing the past year – and taking a fresh look to the one ahead. This month we have several feature articles that may prove useful to those of you resolving to improve career prospects in 2013.
In our article Recovering from the Holiday Madness we take a look at some strategies you can employ to help you regroup – and it starts with a simple self–assessment; writing down your goals and reconnecting with what you want to accomplish in the New Year. If the holidays left you bereft of energy, 2013 is the time to resolve to delegate, commit to work–life balance and more. Click here to read more
In keeping with the New Year’s theme, we explore tactics to improve work–life this year. In New Year Resolutions for the Workplace it’s all about committing to making the best of your job – whether in an old job, a new position, or exploring a whole new opportunity; and it starts with a shift in perception – from finding ways to enjoy your commute, to ways to improve teamwork – all the way through to finding the career you love. These approaches will help you enjoy your job more on a day–to–day basis – or lead you to a new career path altogether.
If you are looking for work, or changing careers this year, there is some good news on the employment front. With the unemployment rate continuing to steadily improve last year, 2013 may prove to be a turning point for many job seekers. Be sure to visit our Career Exchanges. Search our thousands of job postings, as well as access our comprehensive set of career management tools.