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Peter Post considers the importance of vacation time as time off and away from work and offers two pieces of advice for clarifying whether a person is available while on vacation or not available.
Stu Coleman, a partner at Waltham recruiting firm WinterWyman, is a hiring and contracting expert. He takes your questions during a live chat Monday, September 14 at noon.
Elaine Varelas offers advice on who to use as a reference when you don't trust your manager.
?It seemed that anyone with a calculator and spreadsheet was a real estate expert up until the point when the economy crashed. Today, folks in our industry are more focused on how we can add value to properties and surrounding communities, rather than just on the bottom-line financial figures.
Peter Post examines the way to navigate how to deal with making a mistake at work.
Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to make a significant career change.
Meraldo Lizardo of BMW of Boston helps with the logistics of juggling over 100 vehicle appointments a day, squeezing expensive German automobiles into a tight urban parking lot where space is at a premium.
Peter Post offers advice t hosts of a business meal about how to choose wine and cautions the host not to ask others to make the wine choice.
Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to play both sides of the interview table.
People can be very skeptical of chiropractic and have preconceived ideas, but animals don?t have this filter.
Peter Post examines the ways a new hire can make the firs day of work as successful as possible. From being on time to keeping your schedule clear after work, the advice will smooth the transition to a new job.
Elaine Varelas offers advice as to how to navigate a job search across many roles and industries.
Elaine Varelas, managing partner of Keystone Partners in Boston, has over 20 years experience in career consulting, executive development and coaching. She takes your career questions during a live chat Monday, August 24 at noon.
Even in this day and age, there?s still something fundamental about being out on the water that speaks to us all in a way that?s hard to describe. But for me, it?s a certain sense of tranquility that?s hard to find elsewhere.
Peter Post answers a reader's question about people who send mistake riddled emails and how to address the problem with them. Post as well points out that proofing emails is best done either by a colleague or after letting the email simmer and then returning to it.
Are there any stray goat hairs on my clothing? That?s the question that Elaine Philbrick needs to ask herself before she goes to a swap broker meeting for her company, Derivative Advisors.