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Employee morale is important for your employees, but it also has a big impact on business. Gallup’s 2017 State of the American Workplace report says that business units with highly engaged employees achieve a 20% increase in sales, leading to 21% greater profitability. Yet only 1 out of 3… Read More

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It’s all too easy to think you won’t make any mistakes on your resume. You won’t misspell your own name or include “taking long walks” under your skills section—real mistakes made on real resumes, according to a 2016 CareerBuilder survey. While you hopefully have more common sense than the above job seekers, be wary of making the following top resume mistakes:   Read More

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Your resume is often the very first demonstration of your job skills. This one- or two-page document shows how well you understand a particular position and industry, and whether you approach tasks with care and attention to detail. Hiring managers and recruiters notice mistake-free resumes that clearly communicate skills and experience. Here’s how to make sure your resume stays at the top of th Read More

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These days, cell phones feel like an extension of ourselves. We are rarely without them and seldom power them down. A 2015 study by the Pew Research Center found that 46 percent of Americans “couldn’t live without” their smart phones. According to a survey by Zogby, 87 percent of Millennials say they are never separated from their cell phones.   Read More

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While the long, sunny days of summer bring thoughts of flip-flops, outdoor fun and BBQs, it’s also a time when many young people consider finding a summer job. It’s a smart move. Whether you are a college student who depends upon summer work to help with tuition, or a recent high school or college grad considering your next move, taking a job for the summer doesn’t just build bank – i Read More

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Job search. Two simple words that can strike an instant rush of dread and heartache into almost anybody. We’ve all been there. Whether you just graduated college and are looking for your first “real” job, got laid-off from a previous job or are currently employed and looking to change jobs, the job search never gets easier. Especially after a few months of no contact from prospective employe Read More

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1. Taking Too Many Breaks During Your Search Let’s face it…we have all been there. Unemployment accompanied with a job search can be exhausting and discerning. Although its ok to take the occasional breather, don’t allow yourself lengthy breaks every time you are discouraged, or even worse, when you are making some progress. Read More