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Every organization is thinking about the ways in which they can provide a wellness program for their team. Big or small, your company does have something to offer. But how do you know which options work best for your specific organization? Wellness programs can offer your team a chance to make healthier lifestyle choices, increase… Read more »

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Summer is well and truly here, and after a long cold winter, the hot weather is more than we could have asked for. Are you starting a job this summer? Maybe it’s temporary or maybe you expect it to be a long-term, full-time position, but in either case, it’s your job now to make the… Read more »

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Once the intense summer heat hits in waves, many companies aren’t thinking about employee health and wellness programs in the same sense they do during the winter when the flu is prevalent and indoor air spreads illness around like wildfire. But summer is actually the perfect time to consider the ways you can improve your… Read more »

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Going to college seems like a luxury of the recent high school graduate. College campuses are full of younger people without career experience looking to get the tools they need to succeed in our highly competitive job market. So, if you’re already established in your career, is there really a right time to go back… Read more »

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Dejzua W. Call Center Representative Outbound calling on customer and data entry Immediately available Customer Service experience, eager to learn Tracey C. Administrative Assistant Over 5 years’ administrative support  experience Skilled in the areas of travel coordination, meeting and conference scheduling, event coordination Polished professional candidate with excellent communication skills Bachelor’s degree

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You’ve probably heard that collaboration is king in today’s millennial-driven workforce. Younger employees want to collaborate in the workplace, so it’s important for managers to better understand how collaboration works and how it can be a benefit to all of their employees across the generational spectrum. Collaboration allows for innovation, cooperation, and long-term career satisfaction…. Read more »

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Writing a resume is hard work. It seems so simple, you just make a list of the things you’ve done in the past. But there is so much information today about what you should and should not include that it can become quite confusing to figure out what should be on your resume. One of… Read more »

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Millennials in the workplace are quickly replacing baby boomers as the largest generation working today. But even as millennials are taking over, there are a lot of personality differences between them and their older counterparts. For baby boomer or Generation X bosses, it can sometimes feel like speaking an entirely different language. So how can… Read more »

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VERONICA T. Data Entry Specialist Personable with over 5 years data entry (alpha numeric and numeric) experience in various industries Tested at over 10,000 KSPH Administrative professional who prides herself in being a multitasker, deadline driven and capable of processing a high volume of data HYLENA N. Receptionist/Administrative Support Has over 5 years’ experience in… Read more »

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Okay, stop right there. You’ve been searching the internet for “interview advice” and “how do I interview,” and you’ve landed here. There’s a reason for that! We all think we’re experts at interviewing, but are we really focused on what it is the company wants? By reading this interview advice, you’re going to think about… Read more »