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Are you bored at work? Stuck in a rut? Unengaged? “The cure for boredom is curiosity. “There is no cure for curiosity.” – Dorothy Parker   According to ABC employment expert Tory Johnson, “Worker dissatisfaction ranges from feeling overqualified with no sign of advancement opportunity to feeling underappreciated by bosses who treat underlings as though… Read more »

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Embarking on a new career journey is exciting – but it can also be a bit frustrating. Many jobs require “experience,” but how can you get that experience if you’re just starting out? Instead of throwing in the towel, take these strategic steps to launch your career today. Take an Honest Self-Inventory Study job descriptions… Read more »

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Did you ever notice that there are certain people who have great jobs? They are always working on a consistent basis even in shaky industries and uncertain times? And then there are those who are either constantly unhappy in their careers, or go for long periods of time without work. They blame the world and… Read more »

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By now, you probably understand the potential dangers of social media. Indiscriminate use can seriously damage your professional reputation. So when people in your office (especially your boss) want to be your Facebook friend, how do you use Facebook so that you can still show your face at work? Here are several quick tips for… Read more »

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Some people always seem to get faster promotions, make more money and generally stand out on the job, in any economy. Why is that? While there’s no one thing that will guarantee career success for everyone, there are three things you can start doing today to make yourself more valuable — to any employer, in… Read more »

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  If you need help building a great team at your company, connect with the group at Harvard Resource Solutions. We provide the talented candidates your organization needs. Schedule a meeting with us at your earliest convenience. Contact Harvard Resource Solutions, now hiring for Detroit jobs today.

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Providing great references can make or break your chances of getting a job offer. Find out whom you should choose — and how to stack the deck in your favor. Why are references so important? Employers want to know if you have the skills and experience to succeed in the job and if your work… Read more »

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Everyone’s a critic. This dismissive expression is meant to criticize the act of criticism and undermine its value. But when received and managed properly, criticism is a useful tool. You may think of criticism in a negative light: As disapproval. Finding fault. Judgement. But consider the function of film, book, or art criticism. In this… Read more »