Tagged: Career Advice

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5 Tips for Making the Most of Your First 30 days on the Job

The first 30 days on the job for any new hire can be totally overwhelming. With a flood of meet and greets, orientation meetings, training sessions, and new hire paperwork you’re still expected to stay organized and demonstrate your value.  Here are a few tips to help your first 30 days position you for long-term career success.

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Women in the Workplace

6 Pieces of Advice for Women in the Workplace

Last week I had the pleasure of attending my first networking event with the Young Professional Women’s Association of Worcester.  Founded in 2011, the YPWA helps to engage and empower Worcester’s young professional women through both social and educational events, and creates opportunities to bring them together. This particular event was a ‘Working Women Panel’ […]

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Add Flexibility to Your Life in 2017

Add Flexibility to Your Life in 2017

We’ve all heard the phrase “New Year, New Me”, and at some point have made a resolution or set goals. A common theme in setting a resolution or a goal is to ultimately benefit us in some way. I suggest adding flexibility to your life, and here are some areas that you can do that.

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New Years Resolutions for Meetings at Work

New Year’s Resolutions for Meetings at Work

It’s a new year! Congratulations everyone, we’ve made it to 2017. The “thing to do” this time of year is to come up with a New Year’s Resolution or a few of them. I thought I would come up with one this year for work. Meetings seem to be a topic that most people have […]

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Get a New Job without Leaving Your Company

Get a New Job without Leaving Your Company

When looking for a new job, sometimes you do not need to look very far. We all get content, complacent, and even reach the point of boredom, discontent, or down right misery sometimes with our work. Switching up your job can reinvigorate you, renew your sense of purpose, and make work fun again. If your […]

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