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Want to Find a Job Fast? Try These 3 Things!

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It’s always nice when you have the opportunity to look for a new job at your own pace. Unfortunately, this usually isn’t the case. Many people head to the job market with a sense of urgency, either due to financial stress or because their current job is creating a different kind of stress altogether. It… Read more »

Beat the Heat and Don’t Become a Statistic

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Summer, along with the warmer temperatures and longer days that it brings, is upon us. While the blazing sun might make for a great day at the beach, the same doesn’t hold true for those who work outside in the heat, or in warehouses and manufacturing facilities that can become excessively warm during the summer months.   Each year, heat–related stress is… Read more »

What’s Going to Happen in My Warehouse Worker Interview?

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You’ve just gotten the call for an interview with a local warehouse, and you’re both nervous and excited because this is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Knowing what to expect and preparing for your interview ahead of time are the surest ways of impressing a potential employer during your first meeting. Warehouse worker interviews… Read more »

Should I Wear a Suit to My Admin Job Interview?

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Congratulations! You’ve just landed an interview for an admin position that’s been on your radar. If you’re like most job candidates, once the initial endorphins subside, a bit of nervous fear sets in. Suddenly, all you can think about is preparing for the interview ahead. You’ll probably do research into the background of the company… Read more »

5 Ways to Build Strong Leadership Skills Even in Entry-Level Positions

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Just because you haven’t made your way to the corner office doesn’t mean that cultivating leadership skills shouldn’t be on your radar. Regardless of your current role, even if you’ve just gotten your foot through the door, working to develop leadership skills today will serve you well into the future.   Leaderships skills are important,… Read more »

How to Address Employee PPE Complaints

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Every seven seconds, a worker in the United States is injured on the job. Many of these injuries could be avoided with the proper use of personal protection equipment (PPE), especially in warehouses and manufacturing facilities. Thanks to PPE, the number of workplace accidents is significantly less than it otherwise would be. You would think,… Read more »

3 Ways to Manage Your Workplace Stress

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We live in a culture where the average worker is expected to do much more than just work, and highly stressful working environments are considered normal. Not surprisingly, this has led to a spike in depression and anxiety among employees nationwide. And the number may be even higher as not all employees admit to feeling… Read more »

How to Improve Your Career by Becoming More Coachable

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You’ll often hear many sports observers say some of the best athletes in the world are also the most coachable. In many ways, the same principle applies to the office. You could have an outstanding skillset or tremendous work ethic, but you will always need someone who can teach you to be better. Being coachable… Read more »

You Don’t Have to Put Up With a Workplace Bully

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Workplaces, being staffed with adults, should be bully-free zones. But survey commissioned by CareerBuilder and conducted by Harris Poll found otherwise, showing that as much as 28 percent—or 1 in every 4 people—were victims of workplace bullying. As much as 19 percent of workers left their jobs because of bullying and abuse. And the survey… Read more »

What One Bad Employee Can Do to Your Workplace Culture

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One bad apple really can spoil the whole bunch! Toxic employees are not only harmful, rude and difficult to get along with, they also create a highly negative and stressful workplace environment for everyone else. What’s more, a single toxic employee may be the catalyst for a downward spiral in in terms of harmony, engagement… Read more »