Three Ways to Gain Respect at the Office

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Regardless of how skilled or experienced you may be, respect in any professional setting is earned over time. As you grow and develop in your leadership role, you should always remember that actions will speak much louder than words. This means that all the choices you make will have a direct impact on how others… Read more »

Help your friends. Get paid. It’s that simple!

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Do you know someone who dreads heading into work each and every day? We can help you, help them.  And you’ll get rewarded too! If you know someone currently looking for employment, or someone that might benefit from a change in scenery, let us know. Simply complete this short Refer a Friend form and we’ll get to… Read more »

3 Attitudes You Need to Change in Order to Succeed

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Negative attitudes are the bane of many people, both in the workplace and life in general. People generally don’t like being around people with negative traits and attitudes, and if you fail to change for the better, you won’t get far in life. Achieve your greatest potential by monitoring your attitude and see what kind… Read more »

3 Tips to Ensure a Terrible Boss Doesn’t Get the Best of You

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  It’s been often said that employees don’t technically leave their companies, but their bad bosses Although a bad boss is guaranteed to kill employee morale, for many workers, leaving just isn’t an option Protecting yourself from a bad boss often means checking your performance, documenting everything, and even understanding where your boss is coming… Read more »

5 Things to Expect During Your Second Job Interview

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Good news: you were asked to return for a second interview. Now what? Being invited to a second interview obviously means the first one went well. Now the job is to seal the deal. At this stage, you can expect to talk to more people, talk about company culture, and touch on salary among other… Read more »

4 Tips to Settle Back into Your Work Routine After Summer Vacation

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A vacation hangover is something people experience during their return to work from a great vacation. Oftentimes, the transition to the reality of work and regular life can be disconcerting affecting your productivity and morale. Keep an upbeat attitude at work after going on holiday with these 4 strategies. It’s known as a vacation hangover… Read more »

3 Ways to Take the Fear Out of Your New Management Role

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A promotion to a management position is a huge step in building your career But a management role also means more responsibility, which is where many rookie managers find themselves struggling The key to ‘owning’ your role as a manager is a change in mindset and understanding of the roles you and your staff play… Read more »

3 Gentle Ways to Follow Up on an Interview

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You’ve just landed an interview for a job you’ve been pining for all your life, and if you’re reading the signs right, you nailed it. The hiring manager or recruiter tells you to that they will “get back to you” regarding their hiring decisions, which you take as a sign that they’ll call you. But… Read more »

Top Tips for Finding a Summer Job Now

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Gone are the days when finding a summer job was easy, especially for students with little to no applicable work experience. Unfortunately, due to job shortages, competition for jobs has never been fiercer, which means landing a good summer job is going to require more than just sending out your résumé and waiting on the… Read more »

How to Sell Yourself as a Manager Candidate

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Successful business leaders understand that old-school management methodologies no longer work (if they ever did). Companies now look for leaders, not managers – those who can inspire and lead by example rather than push or coerce. If you have true leadership skills, your career future is bright and your ascension up the career ladder virtually… Read more »