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Try as they might, hiring managers can’t escape many of common interview questions we all know and love: What is your greatest weakness? Why do you want this job? What is your greatest career achievement? These questions have stood the test of time because they do provide use information to a hiring manager, even though… Read more »

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Even if you’re working a job, you’ve always dreamed of doing or you have a real passion for what you do, staying motivated throughout the workweek can be difficult. There are all kinds of reasons why you might not feel motivated at work. Sometimes, a project gets bogged down, or unexpected challenges may come up…. Read more »

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If you are planning on looking for a new job in 2020, the first thing you need to do is get your resume in order. Admittedly, even taking that first step can be a tall order, especially if you’re currently working a full-time job. Getting your resume ready for a job hunt involves reviewing your… Read more »

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After working hard all year, you deserve to cut loose and party with all of your coworkers around the holidays, right? Well, not exactly. Ask around in any company, and you’ll quickly start hearing horror stories of holiday parties past. After hearing a few of these stories, it shouldn’t take long for you to realize… Read more »

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are a company leader, re-evaluating your management style is a great way to do that. It can get challenging to evaluate yourself because we all tend to have a self-serving bias that distorts the perception of ourselves. A common way to judge a leader is to look at their contributions to the growth and bottom… Read more »

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A company’s culture is loosely defined as its values and internal relationships. When a company has a good culture, it can mean less stress for employees, lower turnover, and higher productivity. When the culture is bad, it can force good people out the door and have a dampening effect on productivity. As an employee, it’s… Read more »

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Regardless of why you’re quitting a job, it’s essential to resign in a thoughtful, professional manner. The way you resign from your job could affect your future as a professional. If you quit in a positive, professional manner, you are in a position to get professional references and maintain your network connections. Below is a… Read more »

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The leaves are off the trees, and it’s getting c-c-cold out there! Not only that, but the skies are looking pretty grey these days, and it can be easy to slip into a bit of a funk. Feeling down isn’t just bad for your personal life, it’s also bad for your professional life since it’s… Read more »

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If you accept a job offer with a salary that you don’t like, you’re not only setting yourself back in the short-term, you’re also looking at long-term pay issues, as all of your raises moving forward will be based off that initial salary. Clearly, it’s in your best interest to negotiate if you receive an… Read more »

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In addition to the human costs, which can be devastating, the financial costs of workplace injuries can seriously impact a company. Each year, American companies lose billions of dollars due to injury and illness. If you want to keep a lid on workplace injuries, you should make workplace safety a major component of your company’s… Read more »