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5 Easy Ways to Show Appreciation to Temp Workers

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It’s no secret that companies where employees feel valued and appreciated are more productive, rewarding places to work – which equates to success on every level. There are plenty of ways to express gratitude to permanent employees, however temp workers are often left out of the equation. Companies that work with temporary workers understand that… Read more »

3 Ways to Say Goodbye to a Job Without Burning Bridges in the Process

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Quitting a job is never easy, even when the “split” is amicable. There are a lot of dynamics that play into leaving your place of employment, and depending on the reason’s why you’re saying good-bye, it can happen that you end up leaving on less than the best terms. While you might be fine washing… Read more »

5 Things You Can Do to Encourage Professional Development Among Your Team

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When you bring a new employee on board, it’s usually with the assumption that this person will grow from a professional standpoint over time. What isn’t always taken into consideration is how that growth will happen. The type of employee development your business needs doesn’t happen on its own, instead it needs to be encouraged… Read more »

4 Ways to Avoid Scaring Off Employers with a Promising, Polished Resume

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This time of year Halloween has us on our toes, never knowing when the next spooky ghost or goblin is going to come jumping out from around the corner. We tend to expect the unexpected this time of year, but if there’s one place where the scare factor doesn’t belong, it’s your resume. When you’re… Read more »

4 Ways to Deal with and Protect Yourself from the Negativity of Coworkers

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Negativity in the workplace is one of those things that creeps in, spreads itself around and has a negative impact on just about every aspect of workplace operations. Most of us have been in a work situation where a coworker’s negativity has drained us of time, energy, and even the ability to focus on the… Read more »

How to Excel as a Receptionist

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Receptionists serve an important role in businesses across practically every industry. They’re often the first point of contact between a business and its customers or clients. They’re also responsible for making sure every aspect of front office operations is running smoothly. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than a million people are employed… Read more »

4 Ways to Prevent Back Injuries at Work

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It’s estimated that 80% of adults will experience back pain at some point in their lives, with work-related back injuries being among the most common culprits. People who work in warehousing, manufacturing and other light industrial industries are at the greatest risk due to the physical nature of their jobs. Employers have a certain level… Read more »

4 Ways to Retain Your Best Employees

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At any given time, you can look at your staff and be correct in guessing that nearly half of them have their eyes set on the next move career-wise. They might be interested in a promotion within your organization, but they’re also not going to pass up a great opportunity from another employer if one… Read more »

7 Ways to Overcome and Move On From Job Rejection

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We’ve all been there. You landed the interview, put your best foot forward and when you finally heard back from the company, you were told they decided to go with someone else. There isn’t a person on this earth who hasn’t experienced rejection, but that doesn’t make it any easier to swallow. Job rejection is… Read more »

How to Excel as a Receptionist

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Receptionists serve an important role in businesses across practically every industry. They’re often the first point of contact between a business and its customers or clients. They’re also responsible for making sure every aspect of front office operations is running smoothly. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than a million people are employed… Read more »