Monthly Archives: October 2019

How to Hire an Exceptional HR Manager

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Human resources is an area of your company than must not be overlooked. After all, your HR department is responsible for many key, staff-related functions in your company, including hiring and onboarding new employees, mediating issues between managers and staff, enforcing company policies, and disciplining when necessary.    In other…

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Tips for Actually Achieving Work/Life Balance

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“Work hard, play hard.”   “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.”   “Never get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life.”   “If you want to change the world, go home and love your family.”   We’ve all heard these quotes…

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How to Deal With Losing Your Job

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Losing your job can be confusing, discouraging, or even frightening. Whether you’re fired or laid off, being out of work can take a toll on you in a lot of ways. Not only do you take a hit to your self-esteem, but you also have to deal with the uncertainty…

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Dos and Don’ts of “Out of Office” Reply Emails

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When you’re going to be out of office for a certain period of time, it’s considered polite to leave an “out of office” auto-respond message to let people know. But what are the rules surrounding this message? What information should you include, and what should you leave out?   To…

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Preparing for a Video Job Interview

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Job interviews can be unsettling enough in person, but if your potential employer has requested a video interview, that introduces a whole new set of concerns.   How can you adequately prepare for a video interview? Here are our best tips.   Test your tech. A video interview is totally…

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How to Impress During a Second or Third Interview

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If you’ve made it past the first round of interviews, we’ve got some good news and some bad news for you. The good news: you were impressive enough to get called back. The bad news: there’s still more to do, and now, the expectations are set higher.   Whether the…

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