This Advice Will Make You More Coachable and More Hireable

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This Advice Will Make You More Coachable and More Hireable

Like the best athletes in the world, you have to be coachable in order to be successful. You might be the most skilled or experienced in your field, but realizing you can always be better, and letting others give you guidance, insight, and suggestions is more valuable to an employer than just a sparkling resume…. Read more »

How to Successfully and Confidently Re-Enter the Workforce

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Confidently Reenter the Workforce

Getting back into the workforce can be a struggle no matter what your reason is for stepping away from it. Taking a break from work to go back to school, study abroad, start a family, look after a sick relative or deal with your own illness are all noble reasons for not working. However, simply… Read more »

What Should I Wear to My Interview?

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  In a perfect world, a hiring manager would judge job applicants based on their backgrounds and how they performed in an interview. Appearances wouldn’t matter one bit. Unfortunately, this isn’t a perfect world, and an interviewer is going to judge you based on what you wear to the interview. Therefore, you need to put… Read more »

Attention Managers: Learn How to Improve Time Management

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  Accountable for both how they spend their own time and the time of those they supervise, managers often face a heavy work load. Having the time to get everything done often seems impossible. However, a few simple habits or ways of thinking can help you optimize your time. Have Daily To-Do Lists Always have… Read more »

4 Morning Rituals to Help You Tackle Any Obstacle in Your Workday

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  On cold February mornings, it can be hard to roll out of bed, check your smartphone, get something to eat, and possibly hit the gym before going to work. However, an effective morning routine has been shown to, more often than not, lead to an effective day. Some morning habits, like avoiding the snooze… Read more »

Why You’re Always Asked if You Have Reliable Transportation

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  The ability to get around is an important part of everyday life, and many companies want to know if you can be relied upon to come in on time, both for your scheduled shift and for on-call situations. If you don’t have access to a personal vehicle for transportation, you may feel like ‘reliable… Read more »

Improve Your Managerial Skills in 2017!

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  Around the New Year, many of us resolve to get better at our jobs. For managers, improvement doesn’t necessarily have to mean taking a class or consulting an expert. Improvement can come quickly and easily by adopting good habits. For instance, a manager could simply put more thought into how they interact with employees. By… Read more »

How to Reduce Holiday Stress at Work and at Home

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  It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but that doesn’t mean it can’t also get stressful from time to time. Between the shopping, party hosting and short staffing at work, the holiday season can get stressful in a hurry as we look after others and their responsibilities. It is important you look after… Read more »

How to Make the Most of Your Time While Unemployed

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  The longer any period of joblessness lasts, the more difficult it is to get a job or even a job interview. That’s the thought of many people who’ve been out of work for extensive periods. For many hiring managers, that perception is also a reality. Many hiring personnel admit they’re more likely to pass… Read more »

How to Squash Jealousy on Your Team

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  Promotions and bonuses are ways for you to recognize a top performer on your team, but this kind of attention can also provoke jealousy in employees who have to watch their co-worker get something that they did not. Like other negative emotions, jealousy can contribute to a toxic environment that can sap employee morale,… Read more »