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How to Keep Your Employees Safe All Year Round

Sadly, we live in a world where organizations develop and train employees for catastrophic, disaster, or terrorism situations, which now includes ‘active shooter’ situations. As a leader, it’s your responsibility to prepare your team for these situations and that means not ignoring the possibility these situations happening, including an active shooter situation taking place in… Read more »

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Will Changing Jobs Really Make You Happy?

Whether there is a concrete job opportunity in front of you or not, sometimes it seems like happiness will follow if you can just get out of your current job. However, the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, as the saying goes, and sometimes the thought of working another job… Read more »

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How Your Attendance Impacts Your Workplace

Maintaining a good attendance record at work includes more than just not calling in sick regularly. It also means starting your job duties on time, staying on the job throughout the day to complete duties properly and attending all scheduled meetings and appointments. When you are persistently absent, it forces other employees to pick up… Read more »

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Things You Should Never Talk About at Work

With the same people seeing each other every weekday for 40 hours or more a week, conversations in the workplace can get pretty loosey-goosey. However, that doesn’t mean you should let your guard down and start saying whatever pops into your mind. Despite some people getting away with saying whatever they want to on Twitter,… Read more »

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7 Ways to Help Your Employees Save More Money

Companies try to give their employees good compensation for their services, but sometimes employees still have a tough time meeting all of their financial goals. If you can’t afford to pay your employees more, you could always take other steps to make them feel financially secure. Here are a few tips on how to help… Read more »

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Why a Mock Interview Can Get You Your Next Job

Like it or not, an interview is a kind of performance, and therefore – it’s helpful to get a lot of practice in before the real deal. The best athletes, musicians and actors practice over and over before they hit the field or the stage. These performers go through so much repetition; it reduces the… Read more »

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How to Structure Your Resume When You Know You’re Underqualified for the Job

If you have most of the core skills listed in a job posting, but you don’t have every single skill a company is looking for, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t apply for the job. We often encourage job seekers to reach for jobs they may be slightly underqualified for, knowing that employers often use job… Read more »

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Learn How to Interview Employers While They're Interviewing You

You may have heard of this idea that a job interview is a two-way street – that the candidate is interviewing the company as much as the company is interviewing the candidate. But what does that actually mean if you’re the applicant? How does one go about interviewing a potential employer? Truth be told, the… Read more »

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Curveball Interview Questions

Strange, curveball interview questions appear to be quite divisive among hiring personnel. Critics say they don’t produce any useful information. Supporters say they can provide insight that standard interview questions cannot. Furthermore, applicants often prepare stock answers for the typical interview questions, turning the interview into more of a recital that anything else. While curveball… Read more »

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6 Ways to Proofread Your Resume to Avoid Careless Errors

It’s essential that you proofread your resume and any other documents, like cover letters, before submitting them as part of a job application. Paperwork with basic errors, like missing periods or mismatched fonts, makes it weeding out sloppy job seekers a simple task. Don’t make it so easy on hiring managers. Try these tips when… Read more »