While interviewing Indra K.Nooyi, the CEO of PepsiCo, at the Aspen Ideas Festival Monday, David Bradley, who owns The Atlantic, asked two questions that elicited as frank a discussion of work-life balance as I’ve seen from a U.S. CEO. Below is a lightly edited transcript. Read more

6 ways women can build confidence at work


Women still are underrepresented in many industries, in government positions and in the board room. But that can change. Exuding confidence is one step toward speaking up, standing out and moving up the corporate ladder. And you don’t have to act like a man to get there. Read more

10 Reasons Job Seekers Should Embrace Social Media


A June CareerBuilder survey of more than 2,000 hiring managers and human resource professionals revealed that 43 percent of employers use social networking sites to research job candidates. The report states: “One third (33%) of employers who research candidates on social networking sites say they’ve found content that made them more likely to hire a candidate. What’s more, nearly a quarter (23%) found content that directly led to them hiring the candidate.” Read more

6 Great Reasons to Become a Receptionist


Why should you become a receptionist? If you are someone that is passionate about helping others, it may be a good career choice for you. However, there are many people who feel that this job is not the best choice for their needs because the pay isn’t the highest or because the work can be demanding. Is it right for you? To find out, consider the following benefits for working in this particular field. Read more

When Should You Become A Mom?


As the majority of staff is women, Jolie Siam always pays special attention to the balance of life for them. One of their biggest concern is the huge impact of having children in their future career. When is the perfect time for them to be pregnant, so they can fulfill their family duties and work? We’d like to present to you one example of a succesful woman:

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