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Focus on Safety: Stay Active at Work

June is National Safety Month!   Whether you work on a construction site or in a traditional office setting, safety at work impacts every worker in one way or another. For employers, safety can affect everything from workers’ compensation costs to productivity. For employees, it impacts work environment, health, and morale. Sponsored by the National Safety Council, […]

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June Feature

Five Steps for Crafting a Quick and Effective Elevator Pitch

According to the late author and motivational speaker Zig Zigler, “success occurs when opportunity meets preparation.” You never know when you might cross paths with someone who could impact your career or become your next big client. So, it’s important to have a well-crafted “elevator pitch” ready to go when you need to introduce yourself […]

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Five Questions to Have on Hand at Your Next Networking Event

As you advance in your career, it’s very likely the next step up the corporate ladder won’t come through an online application, but rather through your professional networks. According to research from Interview Success Formula, an online interview preparation program, 80% of available jobs are never advertised. And, if you’re solely relying on applying online, […]

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Is Work-Related Stress Wearing You Down?

April is Stress Awareness Month. Here are a few facts about work-related stress and five quick tips on how to address it.

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The Results Are In: Most Effective Ways to Deal with Work-Related Stress

In honor of April being National Stress Awareness month in the U.S. and Canada, we asked our readers about the most effective ways they deal with work-related stress. More than 1,800 people participated in the poll and with 14% of the total vote, “set boundaries/leave work at the office” was the top choice, followed closely […]

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Overcome Your Presentation Anxiety: 5 Quick Tips

Public speaking skills are always in high demand, and if you’ve been in the business world for any length of time, you’ve likely been called upon to present an end-of-the-year report to the board of directors or share a new marketing initiative with senior leadership. So, it’s important to hone your public speaking skills to […]

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Job Searching Past Retirement: 3 Quick Tips

You’ve worked for one company for the better part of your career and now you’re back in the market for a new job. Age is only a number, and you know that your experience is valuable. How do you show that to interviewers? Stay Up to Date with New Technologies Employers expect recent grads to […]

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Infographic: What Not to Eat Before a Presentation

It’s normal to feel a few butterflies in the stomach before speaking in front of a live audience. In addition to taking a few deep breaths and giving yourself a pep talk in the mirror, what you eat before a big presentation can go a long way toward calming your nerves and preparing you for the big show! Check out […]

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Dec Feature

Have You Cleared the Path for a Successful 2018?

The New Year is here! Are you starting off on the right foot? There is often a lot vying for your attention at the beginning of a new year, so it’s essential to take every step you can to clear the path for 2018. With fewer distractions in the way, you and your team will […]

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5 Important Ways Great Leaders Earn Trust and Respect

Difficult to earn and easily lost, trust and respect are two of the most important characteristics of great leadership. Workers look to their leaders for guidance and behavioral cues that influence the way they react to a given situation. So, the trust a workforce has for the people in charge greatly impacts productivity. In fact, […]

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