Are THESE Prouctivity Killers Causing You To Waste Valuable Time?

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Do you watch the clock? Do you procrastinate? Employees, and managers, are really good at finding ways to feel busy but are actually major productivity killers. Before you waste another second of valuable time in your work and your life, have a look at these 6 productivity killers that you need to ban from your… Read more »

Is Student Debt Impacting Millennial Retirement Plans?

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We hear stories about rising student debt and the inability of Millennial professionals to leave home. This generation has entered a volatile job market which has caused many to pursue alternative job choices such as remote, freelance, or contractor work. How will this affect the future of the millennial generation? Student debt may be the… Read more »

4 Skills Every Employee in 2015 Should Have

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We live in a global world connected by invisible strings through the internet. Today’s professionals have to have a number of updated skills from their counterparts just 20 or 40 years ago. The way we communicate and conduct business has changed completely so it makes sense that our skills should evolve as well. Soft skills… Read more »

How to Prevent Heat Illness in Florida as Summer Heats Up

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Summertime in Florida can be brutal, so it is critical that both employees and employers know how to stay safe with the searing heat. If you’re working at a job where you may spend most of the day outside or in a non-climate-controlled environment take note of these tips to prevent heat-induced illness in the summer…. Read more »

Establishing a Mentor Relationship to Assist Your Career Path

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Whatever your ultimate career goals are it can be helpful to have a sounding board to help you determine the answers to some of the hardest questions. A mentor is a person who has been where you are and is where you want to be. They are contain a mind of knowledge that can’t be… Read more »

Discussing Previous Employment During Your Job Interview

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When you’re interviewing for your next job there are a few questions that will be unavoidable. You will absolutely be asked to discuss your previous employment history. There are good and better ways to have this discussion so it is important to be prepared before the interview. Here are some helpful tips that can improve… Read more »

Start Strong | Tips on a Successful First Day at the Office

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Now that you’ve accepted the job offer it is time to focus on making the best first impression on the job. Getting through your first day shouldn’t feel like a trial so there are some things you can do to make it go as smoothly as possible. While it can be traumatic, everyone’s been there… Read more »

Establishing a Career Path | Where Do You Want to be in 10 Years?

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Do you know where your career is heading? Far too many professional enter industries without knowing exactly what they want to do in the future and as they gain experience it can be difficult to change jobs later in their career. If you have concerns about your future you might want to take some time… Read more »

4 Strategies of Building a Relationship with Your Coworkers

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You spend more of your waking hours with your coworkers than you do your family or friends. For this reason it is essential that you build the right professional relationships with these individuals. A negative coworker can cause long term problems for you as well as the rest of your team. However, it is never… Read more »

Developing an Understanding of Company Culture When Interviewing

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Company culture is a huge topic for today’s businesses. They are advised to hire individuals who fit in with their current team and the core values. However, understanding corporate culture is as important for the candidate as well. You want to make sure you’re accepting a job in a company that fits your goals, values,… Read more »