We know many of you are seeking a new (or better) job, so to help you uncover valuable opportunities, we'll be spotlighting a job of the week. This week, we’re featuring an opportunity for an assistant to the CEO of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.
We all know the many ways in which social media—and Facebook in particular—can be problematic for our careers. Many of us know people who have found themselves in an uncomfortable situation when a boss or potential employer discovered something embarrassing in their Facebook profile.
We may also get a little too casual with our status updates, sharing opinions and information that may be too personal (or perhaps even offensive) for our professional images.
As noted in an article last week, there are good reasons why job searchers may try to keep their quest for a new position quiet. Despite one’s best efforts, however, sometimes a boss gets wind of a search. Perhaps he overheard colleagues talking about your plans or saw you leaving work in an interview outfit. What can be done to ease tensions and ensure that your current position isn’t in jeopardy?