Is it Time to Change Jobs?

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It may be time to change jobs if you dread going to work, you’re doing more procrastinating than working, the job is taking its toll on your health and more. Work can be very hard. The environment could be very stressful, your boss could be very heavy-handed, or you could struggle to find work-life balance…. Read more »

4 Daily Habits to Help Make You More Successful

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A few daily habits to help make you more successful include writing down little tasks in the morning, start the day with a good sweat, use a checklist, and being a lifelong learner every day. High achievers and A players just seem to be on their game all the time. The rest of us just… Read more »

Learn How to Turn a Setback at Work into an Opportunity

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Some things are worth doing. If you love your job but are dealing with frustration or some sort of setback, it can make you feel like putting a resume together and fleeing the scene. That may be a good idea but maybe not. It’s important to deal with the setback logically, especially if you like… Read more »

4 Ways To Help Your Employees Improve Productivity

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When it comes to productivity, employees can’t be managed in the same way. That’s because some employees just naturally exude productivity, juggling life commitments and work responsibilities. But other employees seem to procrastinate or just simply stay focused long enough to reach their full potential. How can managers get these employees to increase their efforts… Read more »

How to Choose the Best Job References

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When you are looking for a job, one of the key parts of the hiring process may involve providing references. Your references can speak to your talents and abilities, and their word often carries a lot of weight among those who are considering hiring you. Because the testimony your references give can make or break… Read more »

Tips for Getting Hired After Long-Term Unemployment

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If you have been out of the workforce for a long time, it can be really difficult to get hired. Employers may be wary your skills have stagnated or may be concerned there is a reason why you’ve been unemployed for so long. You need to overcome these objections so you can land a great… Read more »

Knowing How and When to Disclose Your Salary Requirements

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If you’re going through the hiring process, you need to be smart about negotiating salary. Failure to ask for a fair salary when you first start out can affect your earnings going forward as raises are often based on your current salary. On the other hand, if you ask for too much, you could lose… Read more »

Essential Skills for Being a Receptionist

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If you are interested in a receptionist job, you need to be prepared to be the face of the company that hires you. When a customer or client walks in the door, the receptionist is the person they interact with first. It is up to you to make a positive first impression for the company… Read more »

How to Use Social Media to Find a Job

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Recent studies reveal 92 percent of all companies use social media during the hiring process. This could mean something as simple as checking Facebook page or Twitter feed, or it could mean companies connecting with candidates on websites like LinkedIn. If you’re involved in a job search, you cannot ignore the impact of your social… Read more »

Advancing Your Career as an Administrative Assistant

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Working as an administrative assistant can be a great way to earn a living. Your boss, and the entire company, will depend upon you, and your job will be integral to the success of the company. You can also earn a competitive salary and good benefits. However, you can do even better by using your… Read more »