These days, a healthy work-life balance can seem like a hopeless and impossible feat. The term work-life balance usually means something different to every individual, so here we will just share the most common and effective tips to help you find the balance that’s right for you.
The start of a new year is great for a number of things. It can be the start of a new you, a new way of thinking, a new way of doing, the start of a new job, the start of a new promotion, and on and on. Making a change is a great way… Read more »
Do you know what employers are looking for when hiring new team members in 2017? Skills. What are you able to bring to the table? We know that not everyone has a college education and that is not always needed, but what is always needed is a skill set. Skills are gained and sharpened over… Read more »
Have you ever wondered whether or not your employer values you and your skill set? Do you feel dispensable? Are you continuing to grow in your job or are you feeling stagnant? If you are feeling underappreciated and undervalued at your place of employment there are some steps you can take to make sure that… Read more »
Interviews can be stressful, especially if you need the job. As much as we all dread the interview process there are things you can do to pass your interview with flying colors. If you are a good interviewer that will always help your chances of getting the job, but it does not guarantee it.
You didn’t get the job you applied for? It’s okay. Rejection is rough for anyone to take, but you will survive. You could have just not connected with the interviewer or maybe you didn’t have enough experience to take on the new position. No worries, because there are other jobs and other opportunities to move… Read more »
Is there ever really a good time to say goodbye? We all know how hard it is to walk up to your supervisor and let them know that you are putting in your two-week notice. More times than not your boss will be upset to see you leave, but take that as a compliment. Would… Read more »
You have control over your own happiness in and outside of work. Everything that you do or don’t do builds or tears down your foundation. More than not, your happiness at work depends on your happiness outside. What are you doing to make sure you are bringing your best self to work?
You should always say thank you, even after an interview.
First impressions may be the only impression you ever make, make it a good one.