Author: Katie Davis

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5 Tips for Making the Most of Your First 30 days on the Job

The first 30 days on the job for any new hire can be totally overwhelming. With a flood of meet and greets, orientation meetings, training sessions, and new hire paperwork you’re still expected to stay organized and demonstrate your value.  Here are a few tips to help your first 30 days position you for long-term career success.

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Getting Started With STEM [event]

Join Us on February 23rd for Getting Started with STEM! With unemployment at one of its lowest points in the past 15 years and a new administration focused on bringing manufacturing back to the United States, STEM talent is top of mind for executives across the board. The skill shortage has been well-covered over the […]

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4 Easy Microsoft Word Tips to Create a Killer Resume

It’s a known fact that a strong resume can get you noticed and propel you ahead of the competition. Even if you are the most qualified, your resume might not get the attention it deserves if it’s not presented in a neat and organized fashion. With the busy world we live in, your resume should be as […]

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7 Genuine Ways to Recognize Your Employees

Research shows that feeling appreciated is one of the top  drivers of employee engagement. The good news is that showing appreciation doesn’t have to cost a lot of time or money. Make your employees feel empowered by recognizing their efforts. Tell your team how great they are. And don’t just show it today– show it all year long! To […]

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Creative Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day While at Work

St. Patrick’s Day is a great opportunity to have some fun in the office, boost morale, and improve employee engagement. With a little creativity, you can participate in all the holiday’s traditions without leaving your desk. Here are some easy tips to help you enjoy St. Patrick’s Day while you’re stuck in the office. Learn a […]

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Being an Effective Interviewer

Everyone agrees that employees are the lifeline of any business. So if hiring the right people is so important… why are most interviewers never trained on how to interview? Being an “Effective Interviewer” has never been so crucial. In honor of #TBT we are going back one year to revisit a blog written by Chief Operating […]

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