Are You Getting Enough Sleep? If Not, You Could Face Negative Impacts on Your Career and Mental Health

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Adequate sleep is required to restore and repair body systems. Proper sleep also helps the brain properly function.   Long work hours, increasing stress levels, and regular use of electronic devices may be preventing you from getting enough sleep at night. You need at least 7-9 hours of quality sleep each night to perform your… Read more »

Why You Should Have a Passion Outside of Work

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Check out the various dictionary definitions of “passion,” and you’ll find words like “powerful, compelling, a strong fondness, liking or desire” and “an intense, driving feeling or conviction.” Passion is all of the above. And while it’s awesome to have passion for your work, it’s equally important to pursue your dreams away from the job. There… Read more »

Ways You Can Overcome the Challenges of Networking in a Remote Work Environment

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These Are The Most Important Workplace Safety Tips of 2022

Once upon a time, you worked in a traditional office setting. Networking was easy, because you were surrounded by colleagues and frequently met new contacts at happy hours and industry events — but things have changed. Whether your company went remote amid the COVID-19 pandemic or you intentionally chose a job that allowed you to… Read more »

Your Questions Matter!

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Since being invited to interview for a job you really want, you’ve prepared a response for every possible question you could be asked. Now it’s time to turn the tables and create a list of good, knowledgeable questions for the interviewer. Many employers expect you ask questions that go beneath the surface, and doing so… Read more »

Why They’re Not Getting to Your Resume

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If you’ve been applying for jobs like crazy, but hearing nothing back, your cover letter might be the problem. Often overlooked as a mere formality, this essential document can make or break your chances of scoring an interview. When a cover letter fails to leave an in impression, it often lands in the trash right… Read more »

Millennials in the Industrial Field

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Millennials have officially taken over the workforce, so if your staffing roster is light on these young workers, it’s time to bulk up. Millennials are the largest living generation in the U.S., according to the Pew Research Center. Defined as those born between 1981 and 1997, they pushed past Generation X to become the dominant… Read more »

Moving on Without Burning the Bridge

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Congratulations, you just landed a great new job! An exciting new career endeavor awaits you — but first, you must resign from your current job. If you’re really unhappy in your current role, it can be tempting to drop what you’re doing and walk out the door, but behaving in an unprofessional manner will come… Read more »

Are You Micromanaging Your Employees?

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As an employee, there are few things more frustrating than being micromanaged. Constantly being watched, told how to do everything and falling short of expectations gets old — fast. If you suspect you might be a micromanager, you need to get yourself in check immediately or risk losing your best employees. 5 Signs You’re a… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Forklift Safety

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Your warehouse is constantly buzzing with activity. Workers are always moving this way and that, with many operating heavy machinery, such as forklifts. While necessary for work in a manufacturing environment, this equipment can do serious damage if not properly utilized. The last thing you want is for one of your workers be injured (or… Read more »

How You Should be Preparing for Your Industrial Interview

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You spent a lot of time searching for an industrial job that matches your skills and interests. Now that you’ve found it and received an invitation to interview for it, you need to arrive properly prepared. It doesn’t matter how qualified you are, if you don’t make a great impression in the interview, you won’t… Read more »