I’m quoted in a piece written by the talented Kristina Monllos about the struggles people, including myself, find themselves having… Read more Getting Older
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There’s some decent thinking here in a post about the kinds of ways companies can focus their thinking around employee… Read more Let Employees Direct Their Own Continued Education
I was taken aback by this opinion piece. Objectively, I understand that the message the author was trying to convey… Read more College Degrees Are Not An Indicator of Ability or Value
(Ed. Note: The following was written back in early July for a work project but in light of a new… Read more How Big Is Gig? Not Even the Federal Government Knows
There’s a lot of interesting information in LinkedIn’s most recent hiring report for the Chicago area, including how the city… Read more I Have These Skills..So Where Are the Jobs?
(10/19/18 Update: I wound up contributing this post to The Freelancers Union Blog. You can now read it in full… Read more What Should Freelancers Do With Their Rage?
Big news recently as Telltale Games, the developer of popular “story” games like The Wolf Among us and The Walking… Read more It’s Not Just Writers Who Should Backup and Capture Their Work
Here’s a simple tip for managers who are looking to inspire their teams to perform their best, to bring their… Read more This is How you Inspire Team Loyalty
Last week I broke one of my cardinal rules: Never try to have a nuanced argument with someone on Twitter.… Read more More on the Dignity of Work