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Vacation coming up? Don’t take off just yet.

We’re smack in the middle of summer – the time many of us are taking vacation, and hopefully, unplugging (because these days, the two don’t always go hand in hand). To make the most of your hard-earned time off, there are some things you simply must do before you check out of the office. Ensuring […]

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Bad job? Maybe that’s not such a bad thing.

We’ve all had them. At some point or another, and probably more than once, we’ve endured what we considered to be a bad job. Sometimes, we don’t even realize it was a bad job until we get a good one and can consider it in retrospect. Bad jobs aren’t fun – but they can be […]

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How Millennials Are Changing “Work-Life” Balance to “Life-Work” Balance

There are over 80 million Millennials in the U.S. and around half of them are in the workforce today. Every year, over 4 million new Millennials enter the workforce and some project that by 2025 they will make up 75% of employees. This is the generation that is changing the regular 9 to 5 job […]

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Workplace Equality And “The Daddy Track”

These days, women are making strides in the workplace. Women now have the choice to work and be moms, and they’re juggling it nicely – though it’s no easy task, and most would say we have a long way to go to reach the ideal. Less talked about though, is how these changes are affecting […]

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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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The Balancing Act Of A Working Mom

Whether it’s a 9:00 a.m. project deadline on Monday morning or a 4 a.m. wake-up call by a screaming baby, a working mom is the closest thing there is to wonder woman.  She makes juggling multiple tasks look like a walk in the park.  With all these demands and being pulled in multiple directions, how […]

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Memorial Day Weekend Means Summer Work Hours Have Arrived…Well, For Some

The beach is awaiting all those spirited employees racing out of their offices Friday afternoon for a much-anticipated long weekend full of rest and relaxation.  A three-day weekend is a treat for most– the long-awaited excursion has been marked on the calendar and planned for months!  There’s much anticipation surrounding this holiday for more than one […]

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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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Getting Back To Work for Stay-At-Home Moms Is A Struggle For More Than One Reason

Instead of waking up at 6:00 a.m. to fight traffic, many women choose to take on the challenges of staying home to raise their children instead. As challenging as this task is, what seems to be more intimidating for moms is re-entering the workforce after such a lengthy time away.  Stay-at-home moms are up against […]

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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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