Category Archives: National Job News

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Sales Development

By Livia Stancu –  The sales industry is inherently a competitive field. It can be intense, and at times difficult. It weeds out all but the most resilient and patient. The skills and knowledge you gain in a sales development role can quickly help you move through the ranks and push you to the very... Read More

Why Introverts Might Be the Best Negotiators in the Room

By Quora-  In negotiations, how do I deal with my inherent dislike of direct disagreement or conflict? originally appeared on Quora – the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Mira Zaslove, Manager at Start-Ups and Fortune 500, on Quora: First off: you... Read More

Empire State Manufacturing Sector Revs Up in January

By: Dow Jones Newswires Manufacturers in New York say business conditions this month are the best in more than a year, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Empire State Manufacturing Survey released Wednesday. The Empire State’s business conditions index increased to 12.51 in January from a revised 2.22 in December, originally reported... Read More

6 Things That Are Killing Worker Productivity (And How to Fix Them)

Many bosses are quick to blame unrestricted Internet access and short attention spans when their employees aren’t getting things done at work. But there are other factors that are potential culprits behind your office’s lack of productivity, and as a leader, you might be contributing to them. Chris Majer, founder and CEO of The Human... Read More

6 Things That Are Killing Worker Productivity (And How to Fix Them)

Many bosses are quick to blame unrestricted Internet access and short attention spans when their employees aren’t getting things done at work. But there are other factors that are potential culprits behind your office’s lack of productivity, and as a leader, you might be contributing to them. Chris Majer, founder and CEO of The Human... Read More