Find Out Which Marketing Position Suits You Best!

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Have you thought about a career in marketing? Whether you’ve graduated with a degree in communications or marketing or you’re looking to make a career transition, marketing is a great field to be in right now. With the advent of digital marketing, companies want to work with experts in online communication and other types of… Read more »

Upskilling Your Workforce: Is It Right for Your Business?

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Is “upskill” a buzzword? Sure. But is it something you should know about and maybe even do in your company. Upskilling means that you’re training your employees to take on higher-level roles in your company over time. It’s more than a trend, for many professionals its an essential part of a good working relationship with… Read more »

Didn’t Land the Call Center Job? Here’s What to do Next!

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You wanted that call center job. When you get that rejection, it can be devastating, and you may even feel like your entire career is sidetracked or derailed. But there are much healthier ways to handle this rejection and also turn it around to. Not getting that job doesn’t have to be the end of… Read more »

Is “Good Work” Good Enough for Your Workplace?

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Do you offer good work to your employees? Maybe the jobs you have are honest, hard work that will give workers a sense of purpose. You also expect your employees to perform good work based on the standards and expectations you’ve set for them. But what encompasses good work in the first place?  Your company… Read more »

5 Ways to Move Your Career Forward and Student Debt Back

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Student Debt is a massive issue for so many people. It’s not just Millennials who are affected; the newest generation entering the workforce may also experience crippling student debt. So, what can millennials and Generation Z professionals do to move their careers forward and student debt back? Here are some ideas that can get you… Read more »

Should You Be a Call Center Friend … or “The Boss”

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To get the best performance out of your team, should you be their friend or their boss? Is it possible to maintain a friendly and personable relationship and still have the authority you need to encourage the efficiency and productivity you need from your team? Here are some things you need to know about your… Read more »

Pick Productivity Back Up After the Holidays

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It’s February, and that means the holidays are behind us, and even the newness of the New Year has finally worn off. How do you make sure your employees pick up their productivity now that the holiday season is over? Here are some tips to help your team get back into the swing of things… Read more »

4 Benefits That Will Help You Land Michigan’s Best Talent

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Do you want to attract the top talent from right here in Michigan? Now that the New Year is in full swing, you may want to consider the benefits you offer to make your company the most attractive choice for new Michigan job seekers. It’s no longer enough to provide competitive salaries. Here are four… Read more »

How to Feel Happier in Your Administrative Assistant Role!

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Are you pleased with work? Not just content enough and excellent with the day to day business and a weekly paycheck. Are you pleased and fulfilled by the work you’re doing every day? If you can’t say yes, you have room for improvement. There are ways to feel happier in your administrative assistant role, and… Read more »