What Not To Do When You’re Working With a Recruiter

When you want professional help finding a new job that’s right for you, a professional recruiter is a great way to go. They know who’s hiring in the area, how to get your foot in the door and can even offer you career tips and guidance.    However, in order to make the most of your… Read More »

Going Back To School? A Temporary Job May Be for You

Are you headed back to school in the fall? Do you still need to earn an income to pay for courses, rent and other expenses? Then a temporary job could be an ideal fit for you. Here are a few ways you can benefit:  You’ll get to experience different industries and work environments.   As a… Read More »

What Should You Do if You’re Late For Your Interview

It’s the stuff of nightmares. You researched the company, prepared great interview responses and made sure your suit was pressed the night before. But then your alarm didn’t go off. Or you got stuck in traffic. Now you’re an hour late for a job interview. What should you do? Here are some tips to help you… Read More »

Having Retention Problems? Here Are 6 Possible Reasons

Good employees leave. It happens and is hard to deal with. But when there’s an increase in turnover and you’re having problems retaining many good employees, then there’s an issue.   Hiring costs are high, not to mention the hit morale and productivity take with turnover. It’s therefore critically important to focus on improving retention and… Read More »

6 Healthy Lifestyle Tips To Help You Handle The Night Shift

You might love working the night shift. But it’s not exactly the healthiest time of day to be up and about. How can you make sure your physical well-being doesn’t take a hit if you’re up at night working? Here are six tips to help you:   Tip #1: Get enough sleep.   Just because you’re not sleeping… Read More »

In a Job You Hate? Get Out Now

When it comes to your job, it’s an enormous part of your life. Not only does it provide the income you need to live, but you spend the majority of your time at it. That means if you’re not happy, it can impact your quality of life overall.   So how can you make a move… Read More »

Your Guide to Setting Healthy Boundaries at Work

When it comes to workplace safety, preventing trips, slips, falls and accidents come to mind. But what about employee boundaries?   Employee boundaries can include a range of different rules and restrictions. For instance, you might discourage employees from texting, emailing and calling you or each other after business hours, unless it’s an emergency. Another boundary includes ensuring employees understand what is expected… Read More »

4 Repetitive Strain Injuries & How to Avoid Them

When you’re performing the same tasks again and again, it can put a strain on certain muscles or parts of your body. This can lead to inflammation, pain and even long-term damage.  The good news is that there are ways to avoid this. Here’s a look at the four most common kinds of workplace repetitive strain injuries… Read More »

Tips For Landing The Job You Want During The Summer

Summer is just around the corner and if you’re interested in employment during the course of it, now’s the time to start looking. If you don’t, you’ll be up against a lot of competition and have slimmer pickings in terms of opportunities. To help you find that summer job that’s a good fit for you,… Read More »

What to Do if You Think Someone is Impaired at Work

During the course of your workday, there might be a number of situations that arise that are hard to deal with. One of them involves when you think a co-worker is impaired. Should you bite your tongue or blow the whistle? Here are some tips to keep in mind:  Educate yourself about the signs.  Before you jump… Read More »