Why Breaks At Work Are Important

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Plug through. Keep going. Don’t look at the clock. These are the things we tell ourselves when we’re exhausted on the job and feel as though we’re about to lose our minds. While a sense of resilience is always important in the workplace, taking mental and physical breaks – especially on bustling manufacturing floors –… Read more »

How To Improve Your Morning Routine to be More Productive

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Getting ready and arriving to work on time can sometimes be the hardest part of the day for many employees. The constant feeling of being rush, compounded with personal commitments (such as dropping kids off at school), can often make for a rocky start to the morning. However, if your goal is to advance professionally,… Read more »

How To Be Most Productive in 2018 – Even If It Means Finding A New Job

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If you’re an ambitious professional, chances are you’ve already set new goals for yourself for 2018. However, have you considered how your productivity levels can impact your success? It’s easy to get so bogged down in your goals that you lose sight of how to actually achieve them. At the start of a new year,… Read more »

Preparing For The Most Common Interview Question

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Despite the stress and anxiety brought on by the job search, there is a certain element of predictability that comes along with the interviewing process. Many job-seekers who have been on a number of interviews come to expect the most common types of questions asked by employers, helping them better prepare for potentially challenging interview… Read more »

Top Tips For Job-Seekers From 2017

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With the new year soon upon us, many people are getting their job search into high gear. If you’ll be finding yourself in a new position in 2018, it’s important that you’re proactive in making a strong first impression on your manager and co-workers, as well as build a foundation for long-term success in your… Read more »

How To Prepare For a First Interview

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If you’re about to embark on your first interview for a job, chances are you’re at least a little nervous and apprehensive. The pressure of having to “sell yourself” and make a seemingly perfect impression can create a very high-pressure situation for any candidate. Your first interview for a job can be especially stressful because… Read more »

Understanding the Pros and Cons of Headphones In The Workplace

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At many organizations, the use of headphones by employees is very common. In fact, many studies have found a positive relationship between music and work performance. However, there are also many negatives associated with headphone use including distractions and safety concerns. If you’re wondering whether you should use headphones at your workplace, there are many… Read more »

Tips For Introducing Yourself At A Job Interview

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Any job interview is a prime opportunity to make a rock star first impression, and how you introduce yourself can play a significant role on how an employer perceives you as a potential member of their team. This means you must remember that your interview performance starts the minute you walk through the door. As… Read more »

Three Signs Your Interview Went Really Well

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Job interviews are just one of the many things in life that can be difficult to figure out. We’re all human so it’s sometimes hard to tell how an interviewer has perceived you. Did you make a positive impression? Will you get a call back? Did the interviewer think you were a good fit for… Read more »

Tips For Improving Your Sleep And Being More Productive

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Are you on your third cup of coffee by 1 p.m.? It may be time to evaluate how much sleep you’re getting. People often forget how sleep impacts productivity and work performance, and worse yet, are quick to dismiss the importance of sleep all together. You may be familiar with the idea that you should… Read more »