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Job satisfaction plays a big role in your overall well-being – the more aligned your job is with your values, skills, and passion, the less likely you are to be stressed or disengaged. However, when you’re job searching, it can be challenging to figure out what jobs to pursue that will be right for you…. Read more »

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When you’re first entering the professional world, it can be overwhelming to try to get your foot in the door and get an employer to notice and take a chance on you. By putting in the effort to showcase all that you have to offer, you can catch hiring managers’ attention and get the opportunity… Read more »

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Workplace discrimination is alarmingly common – 70% of employees surveyed reported having had experienced discriminatory or abusive behavior at work before. Beyond the ethical responsibilities as an employer to ensure employees feel psychologically safe, actions to prevent workplace discrimination must be taken in order to maintain productivity and engagement, as well as improve talent acquisition… Read more »

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After putting in so much effort in your job search, landing your first job interview is so rewarding. However, now the pressure is on to convince the hiring manager that you are the best choice. Even the most experienced professionals can get nervous before an interview, but the key to success is preparation. Nail your… Read more »

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Once you have successfully made it through the job search process and receive an offer, there is one final, yet often intimidating step: negotiating your salary. When you are excited about an opportunity, it can be tempting to simply accept whatever compensation the employer offers. However, you are in arguably the most advantageous position you… Read more »

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Managing remote employees requires a different strategy than an in-person environment in order to facilitate productivity and collaboration, while also cultivating a positive culture. Although remote work can be advantageous for employees due to having autonomy over their work environment and being able to focus without common workplace distractions, there is a common obstacle managers… Read more »

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Many workers struggle with feeling as though their lives are dominated by their jobs. With technology making it so easy to always be accessible, it can be challenging not to let work creep into your personal time. However, lacking a balance between work and life can cause chronic stress and lead to burnout, exacerbate health… Read more »

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Due to the current state of the labor market, many employers are competing for top talent. If you find yourself feeling unfulfilled by your current job, it is an opportune time to make a professional change. Learn more about why now might be a good time to change jobs:   Abundant Opportunities  The demand for… Read more »

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One of the more difficult aspects of being a manager is handling employees who are having issues not performing and/or behaving to the professional standards you have set. However, you can turn things around if you deal with the situation intentionally. Check out these tips for working with (not around) employees who are being challenging:… Read more »

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When you are dealing with a heavy workload, it can be overwhelming to figure out how to best utilize your efforts. However, if you are not proactive with your strategy, you may end up being constantly busy without having results to show for it. This can quickly become overly stressful and lead to burnout. If… Read more »