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Top 5 Networking Tips for Success

Top 5 Tips for Networking Success

Networking events are an important aspect for many business professionals. Not everyone loves them, myself included, but if you have a plan for the event and use these 5 tips, you can make the most of the valuable business connections you make.

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5 Tips to Master the Online Pre-Employment Assessment

5 Tips to Master the Online Pre-Employment Assessment

There is no such thing as a free lunch in today’s employment process. Many employers require candidates to take some sort of skills-based aptitude test as part of the hiring process. One of the difficulties arising from this, is that many of these tests are administered online. This means you need to ready yourself for […]

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Take a Work-cation

Take a Work-cation

Last week, one of my colleagues at work suggested I take a work-cation. I had no idea what he was talking about but was intrigued by the notion. So what is a work-cation you ask?

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Thank you

Do’s & Don’ts: Crafting an Interview Thank You Letter

There is strong value in writing a thank you message to those that have taken their time to meet with you. Depending on the position you interviewed for the style and context can greatly vary. Start your letter by thanking the person for taking their time to meet with you. Also, show your excitement about […]

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Add Flexibility to Your Life in 2017

Add Flexibility to Your Life in 2017

We’ve all heard the phrase “New Year, New Me”, and at some point have made a resolution or set goals. A common theme in setting a resolution or a goal is to ultimately benefit us in some way. I suggest adding flexibility to your life, and here are some areas that you can do that.

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3 Things You Must Address While Writing a Professional Recommendation

3 Things You Must Address While Writing a Professional Recommendation

It is a rare occasion that we truly show appreciation or say something genuinely nice about our employees/coworkers. Throughout my years in the corporate world I have found that this is an unfortunate condition of our fast-paced, competitive work environments. Traditional “thank you’s” and email shout-outs are nice-to-haves, but if you want to really compliment […]

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