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Millennials have been the largest generation in the U.S. workforce since 2015, according to the Pew Research Center, so you probably have several of these young professionals on your staff. By now, you’ve certainly noticed that managing them is very different from their baby boomer and Gen-X counterparts. They’ve gotten a bit of a bad… Read more »

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You have a fantastic idea that will benefit both your career and the company, but you can’t get started without your boss’s approval. If you’re unable to get their permission to implement it, your vision might never be brought to life, and that would be a shame. Therefore, you have to pose this idea to… Read more »

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When filling an open position on your team, you want to attract top talent, but you won’t do that without a well-written job description. If the position doesn’t sound interesting, the best candidates won’t apply, so you have to engage them. Joining your team is a great opportunity for job seekers, but they won’t recognize… Read more »

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Email is a huge part of a job search. Whether you’re reaching out to prospective employers to ask about potential job openings or submitting your resume and cover letter via email for a specific opportunity, you’ll be doing plenty of communicating through this medium. It might seem like a simple email, but when trying to… Read more »

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It’s important to be professional in a job interview; however, hiring managers also want to see your personality. The interviewer read your resume, so they already know you have the skills needed to excel at the job, but meeting you face to face allows them to assess your cultural fit. If you don’t seem like… Read more »

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No one wins in a toxic work environment. If your company doesn’t have the best internal vibe, it’s time to make some serious changes for the better. Top talent has no interest in working for a company that brings them down as soon as they walk through the front door, it’s depressing and discouraging. Consequently,… Read more »

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Getting a bad performance review doesn’t feel great. In fact, it feels pretty lousy. When your boss isn’t pleased with your attitude, work ethic or the quality of your output, you might be tempted to submit your resignation, but you’re not a quitter. In time, you might realize the poor performance review was the reality… Read more »

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Many people work to live, but your job is more than just a way to pay the bills. You can’t relate to your friends who swap woeful stories about hating their job, because you feel the opposite. Finding a position that makes you feel fulfilled, happy and content is truly special. If any of the… Read more »

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After you’ve been on the job a while, it’s only natural to fall into a comfort zone. Knowing how to complete all the responsibilities associated with the position and feeling at ease with your colleagues is truly remarkable, but make sure your attitude doesn’t become too relaxed. Gradually becoming too secure in your job can… Read more »

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Working alongside your colleagues builds a bond, but it’s hard to really get to know them when you’re on the clock. Spending time together outside the office can improve your working relationship and allow you to make some really great friends. If you tend to turn down invitations to lunches out, happy hours and other… Read more »