Want a New Receptionist Job in 2016? Get These 5 Errors Off Your Resume!

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Are you in the market for a receptionist or front office position this year? If so, you may want to take another look at your resume to ensure that you’re not making some critical errors that will be a barrier for employment. Just like a receptionist is a company’s first impression to clients and visitors,… Read more »

5 Steps Administrative Candidates Need to Take Before the Busy Holiday Season

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The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is not just a thing crooners emphasized in classic Christmas carols. It’s very real. Shopping, cooking, baking, decorating, and visiting are all integral parts of most people’s holiday plans. You may even find yourself traveling much of the next two months as families become scattered across the… Read more »

Don’t Let a Bad Boss Kill Your Productivity!

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People don’t quit jobs, they quit managers. This is the number-one reason for dissatisfied employees to leave an otherwise great job. Bad bosses can cause huge problems for employees so you need to know how to deal with them effectively. Quitting a job should be your last resort. You can’t change how someone else acts,… Read more »

Useful LinkedIn Updates for Job Seekers

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LinkedIn is a powerful networking tool that is attracting more and more professionals each day. The idea is that it could replace the formal resume and make networking — even face-to-face — much easier. Fears about social media affecting personal interaction have been largely unfounded, with many studies showing that it actually enhances relationships —… Read more »

Why You Shouldn’t “Do Your Job”

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This may sound very counter-intuitive when it comes to your career and its eventual advancement, but there may be a time that doing your job actually harms more than helps. Many organizations are currently embracing a teamwork environment designed to encourage all members of the staff to work together for the greater good and, eventually,… Read more »

Don’t Let Being Shy Stop You From Landing Your Dream Job!

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Introverts need to work too, and you shouldn’t let your shyness keep you from landing the job of your dreams. You may have to approach your interviewing process differently to demonstrate your passion, but it is more than possible. Before you enter your next face-to-face interview, here are some tips to help you boost your… Read more »

What Your Resume Needs to Land You an Administrative Job

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Does your resume say all the right things to land you the best administrative position? Administrative assistant jobs encompass a wide variety of job duties, and people with diverse backgrounds find themselves qualified for these types of roles. Long gone are the days of the sitcom secretary just fetching coffee for the executives. Whether you’re… Read more »

Are You an Imposter at Work?

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Do you ever feel like you’re simply going through the motions at work? Do you find yourself saying and doing things that you not only don’t believe, but that also go against your core values? If you’re spending your day feeling like you’re an imposter, it might be time to make a major career change… Read more »