Improve Employee Health and Wellness This Summer

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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 »

Is There a “Right Time” to Go Back to School?

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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 »

Does Your Workplace Focus on Collaboration?

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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 »

Woah, That Resume Is TOO Long!

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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 »

Read This Before Your Next Interview

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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 »

Are You an Emotionally Intelligent Leader?

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It takes a lot of different personality traits and skill levels to achieve success in a leadership role. Good business sense is just the beginning, there is so much more at stake that requires your immediate attention. The Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations Rutgers University suggests emotional intelligence is also essential when… Read more »

Here’s How to Make Your LinkedIn Profile Stand Out From the Crowd

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Recruiters use LinkedIn to find qualified candidates every day. But with so many profiles to scroll through, how do they determine which individuals to reach out to regarding their open position? If you answer these three questions, you can create a profile that will attract recruiters and help you stand out from the crowd. Before… Read more »

Get Ready for an Influx of Generation Z Employees

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You may just be getting used to the millennials who have overtaken baby boomers in the workplace. But now it’s time to consider the next generation heading into the workforce in the next several years. Still without an official title, Generation Z (following Gen X and The Gen Y millennials) are ready to enter the… Read more »

The Two Phrases You Are Forgetting in the Workplace

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You say a lot of things throughout the course of the day. You may check in with your employees on the work they’re doing. You may discuss disciplinary actions when it’s necessary. You speak with customers and clients. As a manager, you may feel like you’re always talking about something. But what happens if your… Read more »

Find (And Keep) The Best Professionals With These Tips

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Attracting top talent is the primary mission of your company and your HR department. You need the best employees with the best fit for your business, so where do you find talent? And once you have strong employees on board, you need to focus on keeping them engaged and happy on the job. So how… Read more »