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The way employees dress can have an impact on your company’s reputation. If clients frequently visit, dress code sets an image of professionalism. If they don’t, the way your workers dress can be more relaxed and comfortable, as long as it fits the needs of your business.   Once you’ve determined the dress code that works… Read more »

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You’ve attended an interview and received a job offer—but it’s your very first one. Part of you is nervous (because what if there are no other offers?) and another part of you is curious (what else is out there?). If you’re feeling stumped about what your next step should be, it’s time to get a… Read more »

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As the end of the year draws closer, you may have outstanding goals you hoped to achieve for your business. You want to report success to your employees and customers, keeping the company profitable and progressive. So what can you do in the fourth quarter, while holidays and upcoming PTO is at the forefront of everyone’s minds?  … Read more »

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Are you currently in search of a job? The fact is, looking for a new job can be a job in itself. You’ll invest time getting your paperwork together and updating your LinkedIn page, then perusing job sites, applying to positions, preparing for interviews… it’s a lot to undertake! With all this time invested, you… Read more »

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When you’re looking for new employees, it can be a long and tedious process. And when you finally reach the end and have extended offers to your top choices, of course, they’ll be the first on your contact list. But what about the candidates who didn’t make the cut… should you contact them, as well?… Read more »

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Do you have one in your office? That coworker who just always seems to say the wrong thing to you, and really knows how to “push your buttons”? You dread times when you need to interact with this person, and may even try to avoid them. But then, the worst-case scenario happens: you need to… Read more »

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Your workplace is made up of people with different personalities. One of the most obvious is the introverts versus the extroverts. Since these two personality types tend to perform much differently in meetings, you can take steps to ensure everyone has an opportunity to feel comfortable. This will help you maximize participation.   Start with something… Read more »

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What goals did you set for yourself in 2019? As you entered the New Year, what were you hoping to accomplish? Though yearend always seems like it’s far in the distance, December can creep up before you know it, and you may have a few lingering goals left to check off. If you feel like… Read more »

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Happy employees stick around, pure and simple. And since we spend so many of our waking hours at work, the concept of doing a job just to pay the bills is becoming more and more antiquated. People want to enjoy what they do! It’s not a crazy concept. Why not find joy in coming to… Read more »

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During your interview, you want to be memorable (in a good way). How you make the interviewer and other people at the company feel when you interact with them is key to setting a positive tone for your interview. You want to show the interviewer you have the skills to do the job, plus you fit the company culture. Helping him or… Read more »