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How a Good Night’s Rest Impacts Your Workday

July 12, 2019

Have you ever stayed up late to watch TV or finish a project, only to find yourself exhausted at work the next day? You may think this is no big deal, but research shows getting enough sleep has a significant impact on your work performance. Improve Your Memory Experts believe sleep deprivation delays memory in…

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3 Facts That Will Change Your View of the Manufacturing Industry

June 28, 2019

How much are manufacturing workers paid? What percentage of U.S. employees work in manufacturing? The answers may surprise you. Find out what you may not know.

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Are You Making Clear to Your Potential Employee What Is Non-Negotiable?

June 21, 2019

If you aren’t letting candidates know exactly what you expect during recruiting, your company could be setting itself up for trouble. Learn how to hire smarter.

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3 Tips to Talking About Your Salary Requirements

June 14, 2019

Would you like to make as much money as possible? Most people would. Use these top strategies to help salary negotiations fall in your favor.

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Robotics and Automation: Should We Be Sacrificing Jobs for Greater Productivity?

June 7, 2019

Although technology will take away some jobs, robots won’t leave everyone instantly unemployed. Learn how your company can adapt to the new economy.

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3 Signs You Need a New Job

May 24, 2019

Everyone has bad days at work. But, if those bad days are stacking up, you may be ready for a change. Here are three telltale signs you should start a job search sooner rather than later. You Dread Going to Work Of course, most people prefer Friday afternoons to Monday mornings. However, if you spend…

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Best Ways to Follow Up After an Interview

May 10, 2019

After an interview, you’ll want to know how you did. Are you a top contender, or should you keep looking? Unfortunately, some companies are not great at following through with candidates. Here’s how you can keep things moving without appearing annoying or desperate. Step #1: Write a Thank You Note Many job hunters overlook this…

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How to Appear Unprofessional in Your Interview

April 26, 2019

When you have an interview, you want it to go well. Unfortunately, some seemingly minor missteps can leave a bad impression on your potential employer. If you want the job, don’t do any of the following: Arrive LateIn an interview, you are presenting the best version of yourself. When you can’t get there on time,…

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Handling a Slip-Up at Work

April 12, 2019

It happens to the best of us. Sometimes we make a mistake on the job. These slip-ups can range from a minor, yet embarrassing, “Whoops!” to more a serious and potentially career damaging “Uh oh!” Regardless of the situation, remind yourself, this isn’t the end of the world. You may need time, but you can…

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How to Address Gaps on Your Resume

March 22, 2019

Resume gaps are a problem because they raise an automatic red flag. What went wrong? Why did you stop working? Will you be a bad employee? The trick is to calm your potential employer’s fears. People take time off for a variety of reasons. Here’s how to approach the subject. The Do’s Stay Honest –…

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