How to Keep Cool at Work During the Summer Heat

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Doing your job and doing it well should always be top of your mind when you’re at work; however, with the summer months in full swing, you may notice that you have another task on your plate – trying to keep cool.  Whether you are sitting in an office, working on a warehouse floor, or out under… Read More »

Are You Struggling to Manage Your Time? Follow These 3 Tips

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At one point or another, most of us have been able to relate to the sentiment, “there just isn’t enough hours of the day.” From working a full-time job (and everything that comes along with that), picking up the kids, going to the grocery store, attending your cousin’s wedding, and trying to maintain some semblance… Read More »

The Easiest Way to Reconnect with Your References

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There is a saying: “With clothes the new are the best, with friends the old are the best,” and while not spot on when compared job references, it gets the point across. References are a powerful thing when it comes to landing a good job. They have the ability to put everything a hiring manager… Read More »

Here’s What Your Business Needs to Know About Low Unemployment

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The economy and the job market are in constant flux. One minute (or more accurately, several months) the economy will be booming, and the next, it seems to be ice-cold. Compound that with talk low unemployment, and it can be enough to confuse even the savviest of business owners as to where their company stands.… Read More »

Is Your Newest Hire All Talk and No Work?

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If you are a hiring manager, it doesn’t matter if you are trying to fill an entry-level, junior, senior, management or executive position – the expectation of that new hire is always the same: to perform. However, as if often the case, expectations and reality can be very different things, and all too often, managers… Read More »