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It’s not easy to be a manager. There’s so much to consider—budgets, performance and goals, hiring new employees, and coaching and managing your current employees. And that’s just your day-to-day. Don’t forget about troubleshooting, problem-solving, and resolving conflicts when they come up. But if you can master some of these lessons and instill them in… Read more »

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Yes, job interviews can be scary. It’s your one chance to make a good first impression on your potential employer. You whole, entire career rests with an interviewer who will decide in the first few minutes whether or not they like you. Okay, maybe that’s a big dramatic. But it’s still a stressful experience for… Read more »

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If you’ve been fired in the past—even if it was unjust—then job interviews are probably a little more stressful than they need to be. You’re dreading that question: why did you leave your last job? It’s a fair question, and it’s a common, so you know it’s coming. But it’s still uncomfortable. But it’s totally… Read more »

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Most employees and employers dread employee performance reviews. They’re stressful, they take a lot of preparation, and there are often expectations and fears that are so feared they can negatively affect an employee’s productivity and motivation. But if you do them right, performance reviews can be really effective. And the best way to do them… Read more »

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The fear of public speaking is really common. And in extreme cases, it’s paralyzing. Some people completely freeze up, unable to remember anything they were supposed to say. But if you’re comfortable doing it, it can be a really valuable skill. Many employers are looking for effective public speakers, especially in leadership positions. Here are… Read more »

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Workplace culture really does make a big difference in employees’ happiness. So often, people leave jobs in search of a better company with a positive, upbeat culture and a mission that they believe in. They want to know that their company is focusing on the right things, giving them autonomy, appreciative of their efforts, and… Read more »

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In most cases your resume is the first piece of information employers ad learn about you when you apply for a job. So if you’re not getting any callbacks and hiring managers seem to be ignoring you, it might be time to revamp your resume. And though it’s a little daunting to have to start… Read more »

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Managing employees is never easy. You have to motivate and negotiate all different types of personalities, all while managing administrative tasks like payroll and hiring and staying focused on your long-term goals. There’s a lot to juggle, even when things are going smoothly. Here are some management tips that will benefit your summer workforce. 6… Read more »

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Starting a new job is one of the most exciting changes in your life. But if you want to do it right, you probably need a few things—a new portfolio, some new shoes, and maybe a new wardrobe. But clothes are expensive! Even a few token items that every closet needs to have can add… Read more »

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The fun thing about technology is that it changes so rapidly and affects all industries. And that includes human resources. Yes, it can be a little intimidating to not know what’s coming, but if you read ahead and stay up-to-date, you can make sure your company’s ahead of the curve. Here are some HR tech… Read more »