Do You Work In A Warehouse? Know The Risks of Cell Phone Usage!

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If you work in a warehouse, there’s a good chance you’ve been instructed about the importance of on-site safety. And, if you haven’t, it’s in your best interest to establish your own personal standards for usage of personal communication devices that can easily cause harm to yourself and others on the job. Though cell phone… Read more »

Reducing Workplace Stress and Anxiety: Practices To Start Today

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There’s no doubt that the workplace can create a certain degree of stress or anxiety for anyone, regardless of position or experience level. In order to be successful, it’s important that you learn early on how to manage your emotions so that they do not interfere with your performance or relationships with others at work…. Read more »

Workplace Conversation Topics To Avoid

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No matter how comfortable you feel around your coworkers, there are just some types of conversations that should not be had in the workplace. And, with the recent presidential election, you may have learned the hard way that political discussions can easily lead to fractured professional relationships. To maintain proper decorum amongst your coworkers, it’s… Read more »

How To Say “No” To Your Boss

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No matter how much you aim to please your boss, there will be times during your career that you just want to say “no” to a task or project. You may have far too many deadlines in front of you or simply don’t have the ability to complete the assignment. And, while it’s completely acceptable… Read more »

Going On An Interview? Know How To Share Your Greatest Weakness!

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No matter how experienced you may be with interviews, one of the most dreaded and hard-to-answer interview questions for any candidate is “What is your greatest weakness?” This question troubles many candidates for the obvious reason that no one wants to reveal a weakness about themselves, especially in a situation when the goal is to… Read more »

Three Energy-Boosting Foods To Fight Afternoon Fatigue

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No matter where you work, there’s a good chance you get the two o’clock feeling at some point during the second half of your day. Fortunately, you can make changes to your diet to help fight sluggishness and reduce mid-day fatigue before it hits. Here are four foods to provide energy boosts you need to… Read more »

Presenting Yourself For a Warehouse Job Interview

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An interview for any job requires preparation, especially for a job that calls for specific technical skills and capabilities. If you have plans to interview for a warehouse job, there are certain things to keep in mind to effectively showcase your qualifications. When going on a warehouse interview, it’s easy to make rookie mistakes that… Read more »

Having Second Thoughts? How To Know If You’re Taking The Right Job

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If you have an interview lined up for a new job, you’re probably both excited and nervous at the same time. However, regardless of the emotions you may have, take the time you need to prepare for your interview and educate yourself about the company and the new job opportunity. Reflecting on the new job… Read more »

Gaining A Promotion is Easier Than You Think…If You Work For It

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If you’ve worked at the same company for a long period of time with no promotion or sign of a salary increase anytime soon, you may be wondering what it takes to advance yourself. Rather than wait around for a promotion which you may never be offered, it may be time to take matters into… Read more »