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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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Office Holiday Party Etiquette

Office Holiday Party Etiquette

It’s that time of year again! Your work holiday party is probably fast approaching and you certainly don’t want to be “that guy” or “that gal” who does something outrageous and inappropriate. Here are a few tips to surviving your office holiday party… and not getting fired come Monday morning.

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5 Tips for Working in an Open Workspace

I started my career in an office where we sat at Ikea desks with nothing but a computer, a phone and the folks around you. A few years later, I switched jobs and had a 5th floor office, with a door (that closed!) and a window (with a view of a mountain). I was more […]

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5 Ways to Reset Your Mind During the Work Day

The typical workday can be highly stressful, especially if you’re sitting at your desk 8 hours a day. It’s easy to procrastinate or lose focus without keeping your mind refreshed and alert. Here are a few ideas that can help you reset your mind during the work day.

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6 Ways to Reinforce Positivity in the Workplace

Attitudes are contagious. Now ask yourself, is yours worth catching? This past weekend I had an eye-opening experience that reinforced the importance of keeping a positive attitude in tough or challenging situations. So, what attitudes are you displaying at work? Is it one that reinforces positivity and optimism? Read below to learn 6 ways to […]

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Tailor Your Resume for the Job You Want

Your resume tells the story of your career, and you have done a lot! When you apply for a new job, the presentation of information should communicate to the reader, the recruiter, HR team, or hiring manager what you have done and why you are a fit for this position. It is important to tailor […]

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