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Don’t let the Holiday Season Take over Your Social Media

It’s the end of October and the Holidays are right around the corner. There will be costume parties, turkey suppers and gingerbread houses in the very near future. The seasons will change and temperatures will drop but one thing should stay consistent, your job search. How you present yourself during the holiday season may determine […]

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Set more Achievable Resolutions when you Ring in the New Year

Around this time every year people are eager to share what their New Year’s resolutions entail whether they are personal or work related.  For many people, brainstorming and sharing these goals proves to be much easier than actually carrying out their resolution(s).  Eagerness and persistence aren’t negative traits to possess, but set some goals for […]

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Does Your Organization Truly Value Its Employees?

If you’re one of those individuals who can wake up in the morning and truly LOVE your job, not because of the money, but because of the loyalty and happiness your company provides, then you’re truly blessed.  In today’s world especially, most would assume that if you’re employed then you might just be “sticking it […]

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Four Ways to Keep Your Workplace Productive During Holiday Vacation

During the holidays, many people take vacation, but many offices are open and doing business throughout the entire holiday season.  While the atmosphere does take on a decidedly quieter feel, work does continue.  Here are four ways to ensure while you or others are out of the office, the people who remain can keep things […]

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Office Holiday Cheer Outlook

 We found this “holiday cheer” infographic on careerbuilder.com, and by “cheer” they clearly mean “dollars.” When times are tight, budgets are smaller and spending during the holidays for bonuses, parties, and gifts is likely to be less.  We’d like to point out that plenty of work places manage to find holiday cheer outside of dollars. […]

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