Have you ever had one of those difficult coworkers who took credit for your accomplishments?  You know the type—slick, loud, often the manager’s favorite.  I imagine we’ve all had our share—in part because just one feels like way more than enough.   But what can you do if there’s one in your workplace, stealing all…

Code-Switching Is Hard Work

Who are you at work?  Are you your true self, or do you engage in some sort of code-switching when you’re working?  People of color are very familiar with code-switching, but if you’re White, the term may be new to you.  Essentially, it’s how someone from an underrepresented population changes behaviors to better fit the…

Be sure you list your skills in your resume!

Lead your resume with a skills section.  This sets s strong tone for the whole document, and lets people know right away.  As I’ve mentioned before, the first people to read your application materials will probably be people from HR or from various other departments at the organization, so summarizing what you offer lets them…