Stop Expecting This at Work

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  Most professionals have certain expectations regarding their work. Being fairly compensated for their efforts is one example of a common expectation, and that one doesn’t tend to be damaging. However, some employees fall into the trappings of one common misconception, and that can lead to decreasing job satisfaction and even unnecessary job hoping or career… Read more »

Post-Holiday Warehouse Jobs Available Now!

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  After the holiday, seasonal warehouse positions largely disappear. Luckily, there are post-holiday warehouse jobs available now, many of which can be long-term. If you are looking for a new role, here are a few warehouse jobs worth checking out. Warehouse – Monroe, MI If you are looking for an entry-level position with tons of… Read more »

You’re Making Your Job Harder Than It Should Be…

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  While every job is going to be challenging, at least at times, that doesn’t mean it should feel like a slog each and every day. If even the simplest tasks seem to take an eternity, or like they are harder for you than anyone else in your workplace, it’s possible that it isn’t the… Read more »

Make Money for the Holiday Season With These 5 Open Jobs

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  While the holidays are clearly on the horizon, there’s still plenty of time to make a little money before the largest gift-giving season of the year is in full swing. If you are looking for an ideal opportunity, here are five open jobs that are worth exploring. 1. General Labor If you are relatively… Read more »

What Your Employee Engagement Is Missing

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  Most managers know an engaged workforce is a productive one. However, crafting an environment where employee engagement is the norm is often easier said than done. In many cases, the majority of any company’s employees aren’t overly engaged. While they may be meeting expectations, few are as enticed and entranced by their work as… Read more »

The Difference Between Production Worker and Supervisor

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  Nearly every manufacturing environment uses a form of hierarchy. Workers report to supervisors, supervisors report to managers, and managers report to senior leaders or company owners. The structure ensures various operations and decisions are handled at the right level, an approach that, when properly implemented, can enhance productivity. Senior leaders aren’t burdened with small… Read more »

Why You Should Be Grateful for Temporary Jobs

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  Many job seekers question the value of temporary jobs. After all, they are typically short-term opportunities, so it may be hard to see how those experiences can help you during your career. However, temporary jobs can actually be incredibly beneficial. They give you the ability to explore different roles, industries, and workplaces, all without… Read more »

It’s Not You, It’s Bad Company Culture!

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  Sometimes, the hardest part of a person’s job has nothing to do with the tasks they need to complete. Instead, the environment itself creates the biggest challenges. When the things that are making it harder to remain productive include workplace politics, poor communication, constant turnover, or interpersonal issues among team members, you might not… Read more »

Don’t “Ghost” Employers!

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  When it’s a job seeker’s market, candidates have a surprising amount of power. However, a side effect of shrinking labor pools and low unemployment has been the increased rate of candidates deciding to “ghost” potential employers. For example, some job seekers are choosing to no-show to interviews, instead of canceling in advance. Others are… Read more »

Don’t Be Frightened! Introverts Can Be Great Interviewees

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  For job seekers who considered themselves introverts, an interview can be intimidating. After all, it requires you to share details about yourself, and that might not be something you are usually comfortable with, especially since you are probably meeting the hiring manager for the first time. However, just because interviewing may be a bit… Read more »