How to Create a Stronger Team by Hiring for Diversity

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Research has consistently shown that companies with a diverse workforce are more productive, have lower turnover and present a stronger brand. When you bring a wide range of ideas, viewpoints, and communications styles to the workplace, you’re not only creating a diverse team, you’re engineering a diversity of thought that can be agile and responsive… Read more »

What Can You Do When Your Neighbors at Work Hate Each Other?

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In an ideal situation, everyone at your workplace would get along: You might not all be best friends, but you’d get along well enough to enjoy working together. In the workplace, however, it’s quite common for people to not like each other. While dealing with the presence of a someone you find unpleasant is pretty… Read more »

The Best Ice Breakers to Use While You’re Networking

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Personal relationships can still make or break your career. This is why people attend company and industry events; and why you must be skilled at introducing yourself. When attending a networking event, you ought to have a strategy for getting to know other people. There is the tried-and-true elevator pitch, but that’s only appropriate in… Read more »

How to Write a Resume When Your Education Level Ended in High School

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Job seekers who don’t have any education beyond high school might feel down on their prospects for getting a job, but they shouldn’t. There are lots of great jobs out there for folks with this level of education. That being said, these job seekers can do themselves a massive favor by writing a good resume…. Read more »