Sharon Florentine

Senior Writer

Sharon Florentine is a senior writer for CIO.com, covering career development, IT management, training, and diversity.

How to get more from annual performance reviews

How to get more from annual performance reviews

Though some organizations are doing away with the annual performance review, the majority of companies are sticking with the standard. Here's how to get the most out of your yearly performance review.

5 apps to help you get more done in less time

5 apps to help you get more done in less time

Ever feel like there aren't enough hours in a day? With these tips -- and these productivity apps -- you'll get at least one of those precious hours back.

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Heroverweeg je interne communicatiestrategie

Het is een belangrijke factor voor succes

Sexism is dead! Phew!

Sexism is dead! Phew!

Ladies, rejoice. According to 56 percent of (older, white) men, sexism is officially dead.

Why you need to rethink your internal communication strategy

Why you need to rethink your internal communication strategy

While communicating with customers, vendors and end-users is certainly key to business success, your internal communication strategy is just as critical. Here's how to boost your signal.

How to look for a job while you're still employed

How to look for a job while you're still employed

Ready for a new job, but not quite ready to let go of your current one? You don't have to. In fact, you're more attractive to potential employers if you're already working. Here's how to conduct a job search while you're still...

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Vakantie voorbij? Voorkom de 'back to work blues'

En dat kan op 6 manieren

6 ways to beat the back-to-school blues

6 ways to beat the back-to-school blues

Summer's almost over, and that means more structured routines and fewer lazy afternoons. These quick tips can make reentry into 'real life' less painful.

10 tips for being healthier and more productive at work

10 tips for being healthier and more productive at work

Taking care of your health and well-being can improve engagement and performance, but you need to kick these 10 bad habits first.

Why it’s time to dump your outdated applicant tracking system

Why it’s time to dump your outdated applicant tracking system

Still using that clunky, outdated ATS? It's time to consider a next-generation solution that focuses on candidate experience instead.

5 tips to train like an Olympian for your next job interview

5 tips to train like an Olympian for your next job interview

Trying to land a new job? Take a cue from Olympic athletes: Apply some hard work, preparation and dedication and you're sure to land that dream role.

Domestic violence is a workplace issue

Do you have a formal policy in place to deal with the effects of domestic violence? You should.

How underemployment contributes to the STEM skills gap

How underemployment contributes to the STEM skills gap

Underemployment is a severely underrated problem in today's economy, according to a new report from compensation and benchmarking services provider PayScale.

5 teamleden die je liever kwijt dan rijk bent

Deze mensen kunnen met hun gedrag je project in de soep laten lopen.

10 tips to master the art of the career humblebrag

10 tips to master the art of the career humblebrag

Modesty is the best policy, right? Not when it comes to describing your professional accomplishments. Here's how to master the art of the self-promotion to advance your career.

5 types of toxic team members and how to handle them

5 types of toxic team members and how to handle them

You know who they are -- that one team member whose behavior ruins projects and the concept of teamwork for everyone else. Here's how to handle the five worst offenders.

A cynic’s take on Apple’s diversity numbers

A cynic’s take on Apple’s diversity numbers

Apple’s new diversity statistics show the company’s making slow but steady progress towards full parity.

Closing the wage gap, one state at a time

Closing the wage gap, one state at a time

It's harmful (and borderline unethical) to ask candidates for their salary history before offering them a job and now, in Massachusetts at least, that practice will soon be illegal.

3 manieren waarop irritante collega's productiviteit vernachelen

En hoe je er iets aan kunt doen

3 ways annoying coworkers kill productivity

3 ways annoying coworkers kill productivity

That guy in the next cube playing Slither isn't just getting on your nerves, he may be causing your productivity to plummet and your engagement to drop to zero. Here's why you shouldn't suffer in silence.

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