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 »

Put an End to Employee Attrition This Year

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  With the labor market remaining tight, most businesses are finding themselves in a job seeker’s market. Skilled professionals can quickly find new opportunities, some employers that aren’t measuring up will often end up shorthanded. During periods such as this, retention needs to be a priority at every company. Otherwise, employee attrition can leave your… Read more »

How to Find a Job Without a Resume

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  Building or updating a resume can be a cumbersome task. If you’ve never had a resume before or haven’t applied to a job opening in several years, the idea can also be very intimidating. While most vacancy announcements do require a resume as part of the application, not all of them do. There are… Read more »

Help Employees Create Career Plans for 2019 and Beyond!

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  With the business world in a constant state of evolution, often because of advances in technology, and the labor pool shrinking, companies need to go the extra mile if they want to keep their employees engaged. Your workers are an asset and, by helping them identify clear pathways for advancement, you can show your… 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 »

Disagree With Your Year-End Evaluation? Here’s How to Handle It

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  As the year draws to a close, employees around the country are sitting down for one of their hardest meetings of the year: their year-end evaluation. While many will likely receive compliments on their performance, constructive criticism usually comes along too. When the negative feedback is valid and insightful, it can actually be beneficially,… Read more »

The Best Gift You Can Give Yourself (and Your Career)

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  Self confidence is often touted as the key to success and, in many ways, it is. But those who extoll its virtues, especially individuals who seem to possess it naturally, can’t always articulate what to do if you are lacking in the self confidence department. Luckily, self confidence is a gift you can give… Read more »

Can You Keep Employees Engaged During the Busiest Time of the Year?

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  When employees are scrambling at work and juggling personal responsibilities related to the holidays, keeping them engaged on the job becomes increasingly challenging. After all, your staff likely has a lot on their mind, and not all of it relates to their position. Luckily, there are things you can do to boost engagement, ensuring… Read more »

Sick of a Long, Cold Commute? Find a Job Closer to Home!

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  If you ask professionals to discuss their favorite part of their workday, odds are they won’t talk about their commute. Typically, the time spent getting to and from work is an inconvenience; minutes or hours that workers would prefer spending with their families, being productive, or simply relaxing. In America, the average commute is… Read more »

3 Ways Tech Can Improve Employee Health

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  The basics of good health have remained largely unchanged over the decades, focusing on key points like getting exercise, eating balanced diets, and getting sufficient sleep. However, how people monitor success in these arenas has changed dramatically, predominately thanks to technology. When it comes to good health, the benefits extend beyond the person’s own… Read more »