The "Mad Men" era may be over, but some workplaces can still be particularly challenging in recovery. Some pointers on putting your sobriety first.
Also called a "recovery-ready workplace," it's a winning proposition for high-quality employers and employees alike.
And how can I create one at my company? Here's why and how implementing a work-life recovery program pays off.
A job can bring serious benefits to your recovery, even beyond the financial ones. But it can also test you. If you understand a few things going in — or going back — you'll be golden.
In recovery and ready to work? Before you jump into the job market, create a career success plan to ensure you’re well prepared. Get tips from the author of "A Holistic Approach To Your Career."
Addressing time off for recovery can be daunting. This guide will help you prepare to answer any challenging questions during the interview process.
Reentering the workforce can be daunting, but these companies offer second-chance employment opportunities for those in addiction recovery.
Recovery or no, it always helps to have a standout resume when you’re job-hunting! Watch this video for some tips on polishing one up.
Your responses to an interviewer's questions matter — but you get to ask questions too. When you're putting recovery from addiction first, it's important to ask the right ones.