I never realized the importance of thought, presence, and objectivity until I began working as a Monitoring and Evaluation intern. I specifically asked for the position due to my desire […]
Great question! In today’s advanced society, there are many preferences, demands, and pressures to deal with, in all areas of employment. Those who do not meet these can quickly fall […]
This guest post was written by graduate candidate and full time professional, Kristina Swope. Well, easier said than done. On days like today, where the humidity is 450% and I’m drowning […]
This article was written by Lindsey Sampson, a 3rd year international affairs student at NU as a regular student contributor for The Works. Pulling five eight-hour work days in a row […]
This guest post was written by Kristina Swope, a full-time Market Research Project Manager in Philadelphia and NU student pursuing a Master of Science in Organization and Corporate Communication. In April 2013, I […]
In recent years, globalization and advanced technologies have increasingly given companies the ability to allow employees to work remotely. So how has this trend changed the game for businesses and the lives of their workers? We talked to Jay Mulki, associate professor of marketing in the College of Business Administration, who is conducting research in this area and recently presented at a conference sponsored by Care.com in New York City.