Want to stay healthy, both emotionally and physically? Researchers from UC San Diego and Yale have some simple advice for you: Limit the amount of time you spend on Facebook. While this may sound like typical anti-social media crankiness from academia, this time they have some impressive research to back up their case. Holly Shakya, […]
Archives for May 2017
You’ve come to the interview prepared to answer the hiring manager’s questions, of course. But career experts agree that solid interview preparation involved preparing your own set of must-ask questions. As executive coach Karen Elizaga explains, “It’s important to look at an interview as a two-way street. Of course, you want the job—but you want […]
We hope you enjoyed your 3-day weekend. There is always a great tribute at Mt. Soledad in San Diego for those that lost their lives. Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, […]
We are excited to announce Sayva made the list of 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in San Diego! This is an annual award granted by the San Diego Business Journal and we are extremely honored to be recognized. Thanks so much! For more details click here.
I’ve never really aspired to be an “organized” person. To me, the whole thing about making to-do lists, and color-coding your wardrobe, and filing your emails into uber-specific folders has always seemed kind of, well, superficial. I mean, I have more exciting things to do than figure out whether two T-shirts are the same shade of […]
Our own Jon Broderick was in the panel discussion at the California Technology Summit. He was a part of the discussion about IT Recruiting and Millenials, with a couple other professionals in that field.
Our Quartley event was yesterday and we attended Petco Park for a day game to see the Padres against the Brewers. It was a great day in beautiful San Diego as we enjoyed the game with food and drinks all day. It’s always nice to unwind with your team after a quarter of success. Check […]
Data about trash collected by more than 6,500 volunteers at San Diego County beach cleanups in 2016 revealed that 80 percent of all trash contained plastic. Cigarettes containing plastic foam filters were one of the most common types of trash found in the sand, according to the San Diego Coastkeeper and Surfrider Foundation in the […]
Outrageous. That’s how I would’ve characterized the suggestion of running a half-marathon several years ago. I would’ve laughed it off, made excuses for why it was impossible, and maybe even thought unkind thoughts about the person encouraging me to pursue such a challenging and time-consuming hobby. Fast-forward to the future and on February 26, 2017, […]
Everyone loves to toss pearls of wisdom at recent grads. But how do you separate the valuable insight from the generic platitudes? Business Insider asked a few career experts to break down some common clichés that are useless — or even downright misleading. Here are a few well-meaning thoughts that everyone should probably stop sharing with recent […]