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Before you Quit Your Job – Ask Yourself These Six Questions

Everyone has had that kind of day – a workday so miserable, no amount of wine, exercise or TV-binge-watching can erase it. But, is quitting really the answer? Maybe, maybe not. Before you write that resignation letter, ask yourself these six questions.

Five Reasons Why Knowing a Foreign Language Will Help Your Career

In the global economy, one of the most valuable traits an employee can possess is the ability to speak a second or multiple languages. Knowing an additional language like Spanish, French or Mandarin, for example, illustrates to an employer the value you bring as an employee and a person. Here are five reasons why speaking a foreign language can help you in your career.

Six Tips and Habits to Keep Work Stress in Check

None of us are strangers to feeling stressed out at work. Try incorporating even one of these six practices into your work routine to keep the stress levels in check every day.

Underqualified? When Should you Apply and When Should you Skip It

You found the perfect job on paper! It’s the right next step for your career. The responsibilities and most of the skills match your background, but they are asking for requirements beyond what you have. Should you apply? If so, how do you compensate for the missing pieces?

Watch: One Word to Describe WinterWyman

We asked WinterWyman employees what word they would use to describe our organization. Watch what they have to say!

Starting Your First-Ever Job? Here’s What to do in the First Three Months

Congratulations! You’ve worked hard for over a decade and graduation is officially behind you. But, now what? It’s time to enter the workforce. As informative as college may be, no college course can truly prepare you for what to expect during the first few months of your first job out of college. What should you do on your first day? Your first week? Or even your first month? Consider these tips to put yourself on the path to success.

When is Right to Extend a Counter Offer

When it comes to offering employees a counteroffer, every situation is unique and needs to be addressed subjectively. Sometimes it’s best to extend a counteroffer, and other times, an employer needs to wish the employee well and let them go.

The Evolving Role of Texting in the Hiring Process

Is texting between job seekers and recruiters acceptable? For me, the answer is yes - within reason. Read why.

Are You Prepared for the New Massachusetts Equal Pay Act?

Under the guidance of Hillary Massey of law firm Seyfarth Shaw, and Michelle Roccia, WinterWyman’s EVP of Employee Engagement, we’ve put together an overview of some notable parts of the updated Mass Equal Pay Act.

Four Things Your Company Can do Today to Attract and Retain Fresh Talent

Workplace culture has become a very important component for employees considering their longevity at an organization. Here are a few suggestions every company should consider to create a workplace that will attract, engage and retain employees.

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