Q: About four months ago, I immigrated to Canada from Nigeria. I am still trying to understand the Canadian culture, but I think I’m adjusting pretty well. However, I am worried about my job.
While organizers consider moving the Detroit auto show from January to October, new data on media coverage suggests the old format ain’t dead yet.
Q: I was recently stunned when one of my employees began complaining about my leadership style. “Jim” said he wanted to talk about a project, but he spent most of the time criticizing me. To avoid getting angry or defensive, I just listened to his comments without responding.
Hate leaving behind your furry friend while you trudge through the hours at work? Increasingly, businesses are allowing their employees to bring their pets to the office.
Automakers have come a long way from safety features such as seat belts and air bags that are meant to prevent injuries in a crash. Today, manufacturers are adding advanced driver aids that can fend off an accident in the first place. And there’s a good chance that your next new car will have them.
Tech startups and giants such as Google and Facebook might provide employees with all the healthful coconut water and seaweed snacks they can handle, but if their employees are reaching past the good stuff and just scarfing down corn chips and Diet Coke at their desks all day, all is not wel…
Q: I have become very frustrated with my annual performance review. For the past four years, my manager has given me a “meets expectations” rating. Although he often compliments my work and never has any complaints, he continually rates me as average. When I ask how I might improve, he just …
Q: I had my 2000 Cadillac Escalade towed to the mechanic, and he determined that my battery needed to be replaced. After the new battery was installed, I was informed that the “4-wheel” light on the dash was constantly on and that the mechanic could not determine the cause. He referred me to…
When people want a roomy, comfy, American-style sedan, it’s ironic the American brands have all but eliminated that type of car.
Q: I own a 2002 Chevy Suburban with 178,000 miles. I bought it from my brother-in-law for $3,000 for my son to drive while in college.