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Some of life’s best decisions can come when you conquer your fears. Finding a new job is one example. You may feel secure but stuck in your existing position. The latest statistics show only 30% of the American workforce are engaged in their job. The rest are floating along, collecting a paycheck but not much else.  If Read more »

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It’s hard to believe, but at the beginning of 2020, we experienced record low levels of unemployment only to take a 360-degree shift in about a month toward record-high unemployment, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.    This startling turn of events taught business leaders a lot of lessons, and by the looks of things, we’re still learning to adapt Read more »

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When you’re scheduling an interview or coming in to meet with your future employer, there are a few tips that give you a leg up over your competition. You likely know what to bring to the interview, to arrive early and to dress professionally. You probably have done research before arriving to learn the company’s mission Read more »

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Employee morale has its ups and downs. If you’re tuned in to your employees, you can see some of the subtle, and sometimes not so subtle symptoms, like eye-rolling, high turnover rates and reduced performance. The best approach is to tackle the issue head-on because it won’t go away on its own.   Gallup data Read more »

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Having conversations with your boss can be challenging, especially when it comes to sensitive topics like advocating for yourself, bonuses or even turning in your resignation. Ultimately, your job and career may feel like it’s in your manager’s hands and having a solid relationship goes a long way towards improving your potential at your current Read more »

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Conduct by anyone in the workplace that falls under harassment should never be acceptable. There are two basic types of unlawful harassment. The first is generally committed by someone who can intervene in employment decisions, such as promotion or termination. The second falls under the umbrella of a hostile work environment. It is important you Read more »

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Every employer’s goal is to satisfy their customers. With higher customer satisfaction comes a greater return on your investment and a growing bottom line. Yet, a positive correlation between the two is not inevitable and some companies have poured too many resources into improving the customer service, and end up paying a big price in the Read more »

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The process of looking for a new managerial candidate is challenging since the success of your business often rests on the shoulders of your managers. These people may be the greatest asset to your company. Leadership is responsible for big picture thinking, but your managers ensure the strategies are followed. These people are on the frontline, Read more »

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Your interview is an opportunity to shine for your new hiring manager. Preparing will take a little more time than Googling a common list of interview questions. You’ll want to make a great first impression, have knowledge of the company and its product, and know how to communicate you are the perfect fit for the Read more »