Anne Fisher, Fortune

Anne Fisher

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Recent articles by Anne:

Why Hasn't Mentoring Brought More Diversity to Senior Management?

Sponsors of top talent often fall prey to "Mini-Me Syndrome," choosing protégés who remind them of themselves. → Read More

IBM's Big Bet on Artificial Intelligence Training

Big Blue is "upskilling" more than 350,000 employees worldwide. How many of them will stick around? → Read More

Graduating College Soon? What Employers Want From the Class of 2019

If you started job hunting last fall and have gotten nowhere so far, cheer up. → Read More

Are You Ready for the Rise of 'Hybrid' Jobs?

Welcome to the era of the "hybrid" job. → Read More

How Should Employers Handle Drug Addiction at Work?

Research suggests that about two-thirds of opioid addicts have jobs. At least a few of them probably work for you. → Read More

Are You Afraid to Quit Your Job?

The most puzzling aspect of this rip-roaring job market has been the "quits rate." → Read More

Why Most New Ideas Fail—And How to Make Yours an Exception

"Nothing removes fuzziness from your thinking like numbers." → Read More

Giving a Speech? 6 Tips to Wow Your Audience

Planning to speak to a group at work or a conference? Here are six tips for hitting it out of the park. → Read More

A Short Guide to Business Etiquette Abroad

Depending on where in the world you go, it's easy to offend people without realizing it. → Read More

How Women Can Negotiate to Close the Gender Pay Gap

That gender gap represents, on average, almost $59,000 in annual pay. → Read More

Looking to Change Careers? The Cannabis Industry Wants You

According to Glassdoor, hiring at cannabis companies jumped 76% in 2018. → Read More

Why Your Employer Is Spying on You—And Why That Might Be Okay

Algorithms can now gather massive amounts of real-time data on every imaginable aspect of what you do all day. → Read More

10 U.S. Cities Where Employees Are Happiest—and Most Miserable

Zeroing in on the 50 biggest metropolitan areas in the U.S. → Read More

5 Career Moves You'll (Probably) Make in 2019

Here are five ways you could shake up your work life in the next 12 months. → Read More

Is Your Job Search Taking Forever? This Could Be Why

If you've been looking for a new job for a while and getting nowhere, cheer up. You're not alone. → Read More

Why McDonald's Might Be Training Your Next Great Hire

No question about it, "soft" job skills have a PR problem. → Read More

Will #MeToo Spark Backlash Against Women in the Workplace?

It's a long way from over, and all the possible ripple effects aren't yet clear. → Read More

'What Is Your Greatest Weakness?' How to Answer the Staple Interview Question

"What is your greatest weakness?" is a favorite question to ask during job interviews. Here's how you should—and shouldn't—answer it. → Read More

These Are the 10 Best U.S. Cities for Jobs in 2018

Compiled for Fortune, Glassdoor created a list of places with the most job opportunities relative to the area's population. → Read More

Are You Underpaid? Here’s What to Do About It

With companies' earnings strong and a lighter tax load, you might think more employers would share the wealth. Unfortunately, you'd be wrong → Read More