Job Search 101: Using Social Media to Your Advantage


Nowadays, most people don’t print out their résumés since it’s already considered a thing of the past. Having a one-page résumé in a non-editable format is a great option. However, our social networks also need a lot of attention, as it is easier to find a job when you have an online profile. Even though we’re not going to use our social media to get a job, we should always be careful about what we post since, lately, companies are focusing on researching potential employees through th...

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How to Keep Your Employees Motivated in the Workplace


One of the most important things in running a good business is to keep your employees happy, making them feel they are truly a key part of the business. Employees at all levels already know that no one is indispensable, however, true leaders don’t show or tell their employees that they can easily be replaced. Remember most employees are likely to reflect and show how they feel about their jobs or company in the way they treat their clients and even their coworkers. Employee incentives are de...

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Tips for Making a Great Impression at Work


There is a great importance in first impressions, especially when you are applying for a job; how you present yourself will define your character and qualifications. It’s important to consider that how you conduct yourself both in the workplace and outside with work colleagues, will also affect your image and standards as a professional. For any professional, it is critical that their conduct, character, and appearance are impeccable, so we have put together some tips to make a great impress...

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5 Steps to Work and Study at the Same Time


Many people have the urge of working while they’re studying in order to be able to afford their education. However, it is important to have some ground rules defined in order to make this happen in the most efficient manner. By following these five easy steps, you won’t only be able to accomplish your goals, but you will also complete them effectively: 1. Sleep enough hours: According to the National Sleep Foundation, you should sleep approximately 7 to 9 hours every night. Even thou...

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5 Foods You Can Eat to Reduce Stress in the Workplace


Several studies have shown that at least one third of the US population lives under extreme stress, while almost half the country (48%) believes their stress has increased over the past 5 years. This condition is contributing to the emergence of health problems, poor relationships, and loss of labor productivity, according to the American Psychological Association (APA). Everybody seems to have their own definition of stress, however, most peopl...

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