Tagged: office tips

How to Be Prepared for Your First Day of Work

This Tuesday’s blog is for all the folks who are fresh off the market and getting ready to start their new job. Congratulations, you did it! Your first day of work is always exciting, but it is also nerve-wracking. A person’s impression of you takes only 3 seconds based on a quick glance, so you […]

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for the Office

It’s that time of year again when everyone begins looking introspectively and thinking about New Year’s Resolutions. So why shouldn’t professional organizations look at developing resolutions as well? Here is a list of some New Year’s Resolutions for you and your team. 1)  Challenge yourself and the organization:  It’s easy to become complacent in a […]

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Don’t Come to Work Sick, Please!

Have you ever had the pleasure of sitting next to your cube-mate who is coughing or sneezing all over the place?  Don’t you wish that he or she just stayed home that day, so as not to spread their germs throughout the office, or even worse, directly onto your desk? There is an incredible tug-of-war […]

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Top 5 Office Kitchen No-No’s!!

If you work in a corporate setting, chances are you’ve either encountered or been the perpetrator of one of these office kitchen no-no’s… 1.  Eating another employee’s lunch This is one you want to avoid all together, especially in a smaller office setting. Lunch is a special time during the work day, people look forward […]

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Hope Is Not A Successful Recruiting Strategy…

Hope is a strong emotion and one that can carry us through many difficult situations in life. Sometimes it is the only thing that can keep us going and, when we don’t know the outcome, “we hope for the best”. I’ve relied on hope and I do hope for the best, but when it comes […]

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It’s Spring Cleaning Time!

Well it’s official!  Spring is here and I can finally see my front lawn again.  The snow piles have melted and now everything that the cold winter had hidden is now quite visible again (including some pesky fall leaves that I didn’t finish raking in November).  As such, spring is a time of new beginnings […]

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