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There is a lot of misinformation about the youngest members of your staff. For every stereotype that is unfounded there is sometimes a grain of truth. Many professionals believe that millennials are job hoppers and won’t remain loyal to a company if a better opportunity comes along. This is only partially true. Millennial employees are… Read more »

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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 »

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Your company vision is the glue that holds your team together. It is a combination of your mission statement and corporate values. It is extremely important that your staff buy into the vision that you have established for your organization. How do you start creating a better company vision that your employees are happy to support,… Read more »

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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 »

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Your staff is not a fixed asset for your company. Finding the right people and placing them in the best jobs is an important first step but it is not where company interaction should stop. Your employees need to be challenged and encouraged to grow and develop within your company. To do this, you have… Read more »

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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 »

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We are halfway through 2015 so it is time to double down on the goals your team set at the beginning of the year. Not only should you encourage your staff to meet their goals but aim to shatter them altogether. There is nothing like the satisfaction of achieving a level above and beyond the… Read more »

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Congratulations, graduate! You’ve made it through at least four years of college and are ready to hit the ground running in your new career. It can be difficult to look at the current job climate when you need to find a new job, but as a recent graduate you have some tools at your disposal… Read more »

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When you manage a diverse staff you are going to have to learn to work with a variety of personality traits, both desirable and undesirable. Everyone will have different ways of working together and being productive. Some might love deadline oriented work while others are chronic procrastinators. If you have a balance of fast and… Read more »

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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 »