Talking to Your Boss About Safety Concerns

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It can feel daunting to approach your boss with a workplace safety concern. But not doing so could be much worse, if the problem you’ve discovered leads to an injury – or worse. Maybe you noticed machine guards missing, poor housekeeping or a trip or fire hazard. Or, maybe you feel your training for doing… Read more »

Is Your Boss Really Invested In You?

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Does your boss make you feel valued? As a result, are you excited about your future with your company? Or, do you work hard, try to always stay a step ahead and go above and beyond to meet expectations – and yet it doesn’t seem like your manager even notices? If so, are they just… Read more »

What to Say After Your Interview

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After all the hard work and preparation leading up to a job interview, and making it through the actual experience, sending a thank-you note afterward can be easily overlooked. But, if you want to be a serious contender for a position, do not let this step slide. It’s About Relationship Building In one recent study,… Read more »

7 Ways to Combat Sleep Deprivation in the Workplace

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It should come as no surprise that a lack of adequate sleep negatively impacts your performance and productivity. As supported by research at Johns Hopkins and other leading universities, it can also result in potentially serious health issues. These include: 6,000 fatal auto crashes every year due to drowsy driving. A 50 percent higher risk… Read more »

Looking For a Job Under the Radar?

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Is it time for you to make a job change? Making the decision is half the battle – and since you already have a job, you’re at an advantage, as long as you handle your search in an intelligent, mature and professional way. Be excited about moving forward in your career, but at the same… Read more »

5 Resume Mistakes You Should Avoid

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The quickest way to be eliminated as a job candidate is to submit a flawed resume. Whether yours is initially reviewed by a hiring manager or an applicant tracking system, you need to ensure your resume immediately conveys the value you would offer if hired. And this leaves no room for error if you want… Read more »

Important Job Skills That Will Make You More Marketable

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The world of work is changing at an amazing pace – and today’s employers are seeking employees who can change with it. When they assess job candidates, they look for those who can do the job today, with an eye toward what they also could contribute in the future. Your success depends on a healthy… Read more »

Learn How to Create a Personal Brand to Help You Find a Job

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As you embark on your job search, personal branding is what sets you apart. It’s what makes you hirable – or put another way, likable – in the eyes of hiring managers and prospective employers. Make sure your brand is original, consistent and professional across all platforms, including social media and your application materials. Start… Read more »

5 Resume Mistakes You Should Avoid

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The quickest way to be eliminated as a job candidate is to submit a flawed resume. Whether yours is initially reviewed by a hiring manager or an applicant tracking system, you need to ensure your resume immediately conveys the value you would offer if hired. And this leaves no room for error, if you want… Read more »

The Skills Needed to Be a Successful Forklift Operator

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Forklift operators are critical members of business teams in warehousing, manufacturing and agriculture, among other industries. The right experience, licensures and certifications are important to forklift jobs – but there are other qualities equally valuable to a potential employer. Here’s a snapshot of several of them: Safety Awareness Nothing is more important than safety at… Read more »