Tag: career tips

Get Movin’: 3 Quick Workouts You Can Do at Work

Remember the good old days, when you had time to work out every day and you always looked and felt great and the world was yours for the taking? Read more »

Encourage Your Team to Watch These 5 TED Talks to Get Them Motivated

It may seem like showing your employees a YouTube video might be a strange way to motivate them (other than the ones where cats get absurdly scared of cucumbers). But you can find a lot of clips in the TED Talk series that could encourage improved performance or lead to a more concrete discussion… Read more »

Why Regularly Scheduled Safety Trainings Are a MUST For Your Business

In the busy day-to-day, it's hard to find time for anything out of the ordinary. Stopping work for any reason is always hard to justify in the moment. Even if the long-term benefits are obvious, it's always easy to put off long-term goals to keep things humming in the short term. Read more »

Here’s How You Can Stay Motivated During a Long Day at Work

Staring down an eight-hour day can be daunting. It's easy to let your attention lag. However, it’s important to do what you can to keep your mind on work. First, your career will improve if you can find ways to boost your productivity and effectiveness, which can’t happen if you spend the day… Read more »

3 Winning Questions to Ask at the End of Your Next Interview (And One Losing One)

An interview is more than a chance to sell yourself; it's also an interaction. You want to learn about the company to ensure it's a comfortable place for you to work and make sure it fits your long-term career plan. You also want to emphasize your interest in the position and show the people… Read more »

Why You Should Try a Skills-Based Resume For Your Next Job Search

Most of us make a resume for the first time as we finish school. From there, even as our careers progress over years or even (yipes) decades, we usually stick to the same resume model. We may update, we may tweak, we might improve, but we never get around to completely rewriting, even though we… Read more »

4 Things to Help You Fit In With Your New Co-Workers

First days are hard. When you land that new job, there’s the initial sense of elation. But as you come in for that first day, it’s common to be struck by a bout of nerves. Read more »

How to Keep Sickness in Your Workplace From Spreading to Your Entire Staff

It’s flu season again, and this year has been particularly bad. There are reports of widespread outbreaks and even stories of a handful of tragic flu-related deaths. This terrible human toll, correctly, gets most of the attention, but there is a less visible consequence to a bad flu season: the… Read more »

Are You Asking Your Candidates the Right Interview Questions to Ensure You’re Hiring the Safest Workers?

Safety is a key concern in every workplace. Lives and livelihoods are at stake, not to mention thousands (or even millions) of dollars stemming from potential lost productivity and lawsuits. Read more »

How to Deal With a Co-Worker’s Negative Attitude

We all know the feeling. That tightening of the stomach. That leadening of the steps as we walk toward the car in the morning. The slumping of the shoulders as we enter the door, bringing our minds back to high school bullies. Read more »

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