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TOPIC: Career Advice
Where did your day just go? Chances are good that some portion was swallowed up by meetings. In a recent survey by Salary.com, 47 percent of workers cited “too many meetings” as the No. 1 time waster on the job.
One could argue that Ayo Haynes ’90, MBA ’92 is the embodiment of Bentley's liberal-arts-meets-business philosophy..
Bill Kracunas MBA ’11 spends a large part of his today looking at tomorrow.
“When it comes to career development, if you’re standing still, you may actually be sliding backward.” So says Barbara Hyle, director of alumni career services at Bentley. In today’s challenging job market, the advice rings especially true.
Imagine this scenario.
You’ve just started your first job out of college and you get this inter-office mail from your new boss: “Has our client answered the questions we had for our report?”
Recently there’s been a trend to stereotype millennials as ungracious, narcissistic, social media–obsessed, lazy, self-entitle
It comes down to the way you think. Job hunters, including millennials, need to understand that a technical mastery of the finer points in your chosen business field is not enough.
Wish your employer would treat you like a rock star? Chances are you're being treated more like a worker bee. And that's not good.