How to Stay Motivated During Your Job Search

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While the idea of finding a new job can be exciting, most job searches aren’t the most fun. In fact, they can become downright frustrating rather quickly. But staying positive is often the key to success. Otherwise, you may see your motivation dwindling before you get results. To help you stay motivated during your job… Read more »

Relocating for a Spouse? Here’s How You Can Find a Great Job

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If you have relocated because your partner or spouse has taken another job, you are a “trailing spouse.” You may have to alter your own career path to support your partner and face a challenging job search. It takes time to become acquainted with a new area, and career opportunities will not be immediately evident…. Read more »

How to Conduct an Accident Investigation

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The recording and reporting of accidents in the workplace are required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). While accidents are bound to occur, proper adherence to the guidelines provided by OSHA can help to minimize the occurrence and severity of accidents. According to OSHA, most accidents can be prevented if the proper training… Read more »

Etiquette for Using Personal Technology at Work

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Most companies allow their employees to bring their own smartphones and even their tablets to the office. But does that mean you can–and should–use them whenever you like? Obviously, each office should have its own policy for appropriate use, but there are several simple rules that all users should follow. Mobile devices should be used… Read more »