Month: November 2016

Serendipity & A Message

A long term case of analysis paralysis and frustration over the lack of direction and progress in my career transition has been shattered, thanks to my friends, family and a great episode of The Geek Whisperers!

Reply is Hazy. Try Again Later.

Having a Personal Vision Statement is key towards advancement. But what if your vision isn't clear?

Your Younger Employees are Frustrated: Here Is Why

Clearly young people are frustrated, and it's not limited to politics. Younger employees who are in the workforce are also frustrated at the biases they face at the office.

Manufacturing is Gone. Programming is Next.

The often-touted solution to manufacturing job loss is more education. But changing every assembler into a programmer is merely delaying the inevitable.

A Pre-Election Day Reminder: Politics in the Workplace

Earlier this year I published a post on why politics and political discussions should be avoided in the workplace. Given that Election Day is tomorrow, I feel that now is a good time for a reminder that this subject should really never be something that is discussed in the office, especially for those of us ...

The FDA Has a Hiring Problem: Here is A Free Solution

Yes, pay is lower in government service than in the private sector. But pay is not the be-all, end-all. As someone with management experience in the Nonprofit Sector, I was also in a similar position where I could not compete for hires on pay alone; it forces you to get creative.