Will an Error on Your Resume Cost You the Job? Maybe.

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Job applicants often look for positions in highly competitive industries. In many cases, a single job ad will have dozens or even hundreds of applicants. Recruiters examine the smallest of details to determine who’s the best fit. One mistake that greatly hurts your chances and can potentially cost you the job is making mistakes on… 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 »

Technique to Stay Calm During the Job Search

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Sometimes a job search is quick and painless. Other times it can drag on for weeks, months in the worst cases, years. As a result, it’s common to feel stressed, anxious and frustrated when things don’t go your way. But here are some a techniques that should help you stay calm until you ultimately find… Read more »

How Do You Deal with an Angry Caller in Your Customer Service Position?

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Working in a customer service position can be incredibly stressful at times. It’s common for callers to be angry, and this anger often gets thrust upon employees who didn’t necessarily play a part in the issue. Diffusing the situation requires you to understand the caller’s mindset and effectively come up with a viable solution. Here… Read more »

4 Tips to Staying Healthy at Work

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Health and wellness in the workplace is a major concern for both employers and employees. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) cites that some of today’s top health-related challenges are diabetes, obesity, heart disease and stroke. But there are four specific ways you can stay healthy at work and feel better overall. 1. Quit Smoking… Read more »

How Will Millennials Change Your Workplace Culture This Year?

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One buzzword we hear a lot these days is “millennials.” If your unfamiliar, this consists of the age group of individuals born roughly between 1980 and 1995. As of 2015, there were “53.5 million millennials in the U.S., and some experts predict they may make up 75 percent of the labor market by 2025.” Their… Read more »