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5 Things to Do Before You Start a New Job

5 Things to Do Before You Start a New Job

The first day of a new job can be many things – exciting, unknown, intriguing – but “stressful” is commonly number one. Not only is it likely jampacked with meeting new faces and signing endless HR paperwork, but it is also the initial chance you are given to make an impression on your team and other colleagues. While feeling overwhelmed is easy, take a moment to breathe make a list of the major things you need to remember and / or accomplish that first day – Being prepared will help you show up to the office in confidence and at the top of your game. For starters, here are 5 things to do before tackling that big first day.
Tuesday, July 17, 2018/Author: Laurie Knafo/Number of views (5302)/Comments (15)/ Article rating: 4.5
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8 Practical Tips to Prepare Your Business and Employees for a Hurricane

8 Practical Tips to Prepare Your Business and Employees for a Hurricane

Hurricane season has begun (dun dun duuun); which means we should start boarding up our houses and buying all the canned foods and water bottles we need for 3+ months -- RIGHT NOW. Right? On the contrary, hurricane season preparation doesn’t begin as early as it should AND we are not preparing everything that needs to be prepped. Unfortunately, we forget about the other important things like our business properties and our employees in the event of a hurricane/ storm, which means we may not be as ready as we thought.
Thursday, July 05, 2018/Author: Pete Langlois/Number of views (6185)/Comments (14)/ Article rating: 4.0
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Interviewing from the Company Perspective

Interviewing from the Company Perspective

I spoke with Lori Day, the Senior Vice President, Chief Customer Operations Officer at EverBank/TIAA, and I got answers from the other side of the interview table. With her 25 years of experience in the financial services industry as a leader and a hiring manager, she has sat through countless interviews focusing on not only hiring, but retaining resources.
Tuesday, June 19, 2018/Author: Pete Langlois/Number of views (6484)/Comments (24)/ Article rating: 5.0
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4 Things to Include in Your Post-Interview “Thank You” Letter

4 Things to Include in Your Post-Interview “Thank You” Letter

Before your mind takes you to the never-ending replay of your interview, a feeling of relief is quick to take over the moment you exit the room. While the hard part may be over, one of the most important touches is still yet to come – The post-interview “thank you” letter. This email or handwritten note is a small gesture that goes a long way and should be seen as a last chance to impress your interviewer. More so, the “thank you” is what could ultimately set you apart from all other candidates, becoming the deciding factor for who is hired into the position. Here are 4 essential things to include in your post-interview letter, placing you ahead of the game and above the other applicants.
Tuesday, June 05, 2018/Author: Laurie Knafo/Number of views (6166)/Comments (23)/ Article rating: 4.5
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Tips on Keeping Track of Your Schedule When Traveling for Work

Tips on Keeping Track of Your Schedule When Traveling for Work

Work travel can have its perks – In person business meetings, visiting new places and frequent flier miles to name a few. However, after the initial excitement about the benefits and excitement of traveling wears off many are met with the reality of the wear and tear. There can be a sense of being overwhelmed and an inability to juggle everything, especially for those who travel extensively. There are many tips and tricks on how to travel efficiently and stay on top of your game, but one important aspect to maintain while on the road is your schedule – Often harder said than done! Here are 3 ways to keep up your normalcy while away:
Wednesday, May 16, 2018/Author: Moe Harrison /Number of views (6041)/Comments (30)/ Article rating: 5.0
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