3 Signs Your Management Style is Outdated

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If you’ve been a manager for a while now, you’re probably quite comfortable in your role. Being confident in your abilities is great, but that doesn’t mean you can stop learning and growing. The workforce is constantly evolving, so the most effective bosses realize the need to adjust their management style accordingly. You won’t resonate… Read more »

4 Ways to Start a Job Search After Being at the Same Job for a Long Time

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You’ve stuck with the same employer for several years, but now you’re ready for a change. The idea of leaving your comfort zone probably feels both exciting and nerve-wracking, but that’s only natural. The job search landscape is quite a bit different than the last time you were a free agent, so follow these tips… Read more »

It’s Okay, You Can Admit You Don’t Like Your Job

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If you hate your job, you’re not alone. The first step towards finding career satisfaction is admitting you need to make a change. You’ve been in a funk for a while now, so do yourself a favor and acknowledge what’s blatantly obvious to everyone around you. 7 Signs You Don’t Like Your Job        You Spend… Read more »

4 Ways to Handle Employee Summer Vacation Requests

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Summer is here, and your employees want to be anywhere but the office. It’s the most popular vacation season of the year, so your team is eager to get out of town with family and friends. As a kind and caring employer, you want them to have fun and enjoy life, but you also need… Read more »

How to Handle a Once-Promising Employee

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In the beginning, this employee was a rising superstar. They consistently exceeded your expectations, had a sunny disposition and were always happy to pitch in wherever needed. Unfortunately, things changed when the employee got comfortable on the job. Their true colors started to shine, and their real self wasn’t anything like the person you thought… Read more »

3 Tips to Look Your Best on a Job Interview

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First impressions are monumental in most aspects of life, especially job interviews. When you greet a hiring manager for the first time, you want to impress them with your professionalism — not distract them with your inappropriate attire. What you wear to a job interview might seem trivial, but it holds more weight than you… Read more »

3 Reasons to Consider Group Interviews

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Traditionally, job interviews involve one candidate and anywhere from one to a few company representatives. All eyes are on the person interviewing for the job, as the recruiter, hiring manager and maybe a few potential colleagues grill the candidate to see if they’re the right fit for the job. However, a new trend of group… Read more »

4 Ways to Deal With a Difficult Co-Worker

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There’s a lot of things you get to choose about your professional life — your job, employer, company location — but your colleagues isn’t one of them. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to work alongside an amazing group of people, but it doesn’t always work that way. Even one bad apple thrown into the mix… Read more »

4 Ways to Deal With Employee Personality Clashes

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Your staff is a mix of people with very diverse personalities. This is great for the most part, because it takes all kinds of staffers to keep your company running smoothly. Of course, conflicting personalities can also cause a divide in your workforce — but only if you allow it to happen. Stop conflict before… Read more »

4 Tips to Job Searching While Employed

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Simply put, job searching while gainfully employed is tricky. You’re forced to perform a delicate balancing act to present yourself as a serious candidate, while not doing anything to make your employer suspicious of your impending departure. It may feel like you’re sneaking around at your current company, but you’re not doing anything wrong. While… Read more »