5 Quotes to Help You Deal With Stress at Work

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Stress is a part of life. In the proper doses, it can actually be incredibly beneficial, helping a person focus and giving them the drive they need to succeed. However, when stress begins to mount, the pressure can easily become unmanageable. Over time, it is detrimental to motivation and productivity, making stress management a critical… Read more »

You Deserve Better! Here’s How to Find a New Job, Today!

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Do you ever find yourself slumping over your desk, head in your hands, just wishing the workday would end? Does the thought of heading to work in the morning seem unbearable or are you unable to enjoy your Sundays because you know Monday is on the horizon? Have you ever caught yourself fantasizing about quitting… Read more »

Are You Overworked? Here Are 3 Tell-Tale Signs

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Many professionals would assume it would be easy to determine whether they are overworked. After all, they are experiencing the situation first-hand, so they should be fully aware of whether they are facing more than they can handle. In reality, people are surprisingly adept at adjusting to shifting work demands in the short term. A… Read more »

Asking Great Questions in Your Interview Could Help Land You the Job

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Job interviews are the employment equivalent of a first date; they help both parties get to know one another determine if they should move forward. However, many job seekers fail to take advantage of the opportunity to gather the information they need, and failing to ask the right questions can hurt their chances of being selected…. Read more »

Hiring Candidates that Fit Your Company Culture

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While you need to hire candidates that are skilled and knowledgeable in their area of expertise, it’s also important to pay attention to their interpersonal skills. Candidates that are hardworking and experienced may not necessarily work well with other team members and may have a hard time fitting in with your company culture. You should… Read more »

The Cost of a Bad Hire Versus the Cost of No Hire

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You’ve got a HR situation: You have a job opening to fill soon and no suitable candidate in sight. In fact, you only have a couple of prospects that sort-of meet the requirements of this job. It can be tempting to hire someone because he or she seems okay, but every instinct is sending up… Read more »

Human Resource Challenges for 2013

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Want to make a big impact on your company–and your career–in 2013? Then it’s time to put your human resources to the test. It’s time to challenge your organization to do more, do it better, and really make the most of your human resources function. Are you ready? Here are 30 HR challenges for you…. Read more »