What you will learn at your first job

What you will learn at your first job

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When you are looking for your first job the search can be overwhelming, the job descriptions can seem difficult, or you may not feel qualified. The beauty of finding a great entry level position at any company is the great life lessons you will learn. The best of the best have had to start somewhere, so don’t get discouraged when it’s not as easy as you thought it would be. Read more »

Essential Communication Skills for the Workplace

Essential Communication Skills for the Workplace

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Knowing how to properly communicate in the workplace is an invaluable skill that most don’t possess. Our day-to-day jobs require communication with team members and customers depending on the job role. Whether you believe you are a great communicator or not this skill is something that can be worked on. To help you communicate better in the workplace we have put together a list of helpful tips to assist you! Read more »

What is a strong work ethic?

What is a strong work ethic?

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While there really isn’t a wonderful definition out there for strong work ethic we all know it when we see it, right? Well, sometimes that still becomes hard to recognize. Luckily there are certain factors that are easily recognized and generally accepted as making up a strong work ethic. Read more »

Ways to make 2017 your best year yet!

Ways to make 2017 your best year yet!

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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 to get noticed, get work done, and better manage your time. So where should you start? Read more »

skills employers are looking for in 2017

The skills employers are looking for in 2017

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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 time, so don’t be down on yourself if you aren’t a pro at everything. Most skills can be learned with practice and experience! If you want to be great, it’s all up to you. Read more »

valuable employee

Are you valuable to your employer?

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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 you and your work are being noticed. Read more »

what do do when you don't get the job

What to do when you don’t get the job

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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 up in the future. Read more »

Are you thinking about quitting

Are You Thinking about Quitting

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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 you want your place of employment to throw a party because you are finally walking out of the company doors for the last time? Probably not. Read more »