5 Reasons it Might Be Time to Look for Another Job

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Maybe you were quite happy with your job initially, but over time your contentment has dwindled. If you’re unsure about whether you’re satisfied with your current position, ask yourself these five questions to determine if it’s time to start looking for a new job. 1. You Dread Each Workday The thought of going to work… Read more »

Have You Checked Facebook for a Job?

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Facebook is the biggest social network by a landslide. There were over 2.3 billion active users as of the second quarter of 2018, which means nearly a third of the world now has a Facebook account. The number of features has grown immensely, with one of the newer ones being Facebook Jobs. Here’s what you… Read more »

6 Safety Precautions Warehouse Workers Can Take Into Their Own Hands

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Working in a warehouse means you’re exposed to certain dangers on a daily basis. Whether it’s dealing with pallet racks, driving a forklift or loading/unloading materials, you need to be aware of your surroundings and remain diligent about safety. While your employer likely makes significant efforts, there are several ways you can take safety into… Read more »

How to Come Out on Top After Juggling Job Interviews and Offers

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Here’s the situation. You’ve been put a lot of time and energy into your job search and have ultimately received multiple offers from two or more companies. This is certainly a good problem to have. You want to handle the situation correctly and land the best position for you. Here are some tips to ensure… Read more »

Do’s and Don’ts: Toxic Co-Worker Edition

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While some co-workers may be difficult, a toxic co-worker brings a distinctive brand of disharmony to the workplace. Abby Curnow-Chaves outlines some common behaviors in the Harvard Business Review including: Backstabbing, criticizing and blaming Gossiping and spreading rumors Hoarding information Purposely undermining others If this sounds like someone you work with, here are some do’s… Read more »

5 Tips for Making a Slow Day Go by Quickly!

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Super busy days in the workplace can be stressful and overwhelming. But incredibly slow days can be equally troubling because of the boredom and tediousness that often occurs. Below are five tips for staying productive and making even the slowest of days go by quickly. 1. Plan Ahead You never know how long the calm… Read more »

Best Ways to Handle Your Mistakes at Work

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Mistakes are inevitable in the workplace. Even with careful planning and execution, errors will still be made. But you can often negate much of the impact by knowing how to handle this situation. Here are some tips for doing so. Everyone Makes Mistakes – It’s How You Move Forward As soon as you realize your… Read more »

Rejected From a Job? See Why a Follow-Up Email Could Benefit You in the Long Run

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Not getting the job can be frustrating and disappointing, especially if you and/or your recruiter spent a lot of time on the potential assignment. So you may not always feel inclined to thank a company for their time. But in reality, it’s very important to send a follow-up email which can benefit you in a… Read more »

Achieve a Positive Work-Life Balance Through the Summer

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Summer is a time of year that’s synonymous with the beach, vacations and generally taking it easy. Here are some tips on how to achieve a positive work-life balance during this time to balance taking time to relax with getting the job done. Establish a Specific Time to Be Done with Work Do you ever… Read more »

Turn Your Placement into a Job Offer

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For a worker, a temporary position is good, but a permanent one is even better. A common goal is to turn a placement into a legitimate job offer where you remain with an employer long-term.  Here are some tips that should help you make a great impression so that you’ll inevitably receive a job offer…. Read more »