Learning From a Mistake at Work

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Mistakes are an inevitable part of life. Everyone makes them, including while on the job. But it’s not something to beat yourself up about. Here’s why it’s okay to make mistakes and how you can learn a valuable lesson from a slip up. Staying Objective Physician and associate professor at the NYU School of Medicine,… Read more »

How to Make Your Temporary Employees Feel Welcome

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Settling into a new job can be difficult and overwhelming for a temporary employee. They’ve got to get up to speed and learn new tasks as well as get acquainted with their new co-workers. Here are some ways to make your temporary employees feel welcome and make the time spent at your company a positive… Read more »

Why You Should Hire Part-Time Employees

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Part-time workers — those who work less than 35 hours per week — account for only 18.3 percent of the workforce. But these individuals can be a huge asset to your company. Here are some of the top reasons why you should hire part-time employees. Get the Skills You Need With a Budget Budget can… Read more »

5 Ways to Fight Procrastination

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No matter how disciplined you are, procrastination can still sneak up on you in the workplace. When it does, your productivity can take a hit, and it can potentially create problems between you and your manager. Here are five surefire ways to fight procrastination and be a better employee. Set a Goal Having a specific… Read more »

How Long Should My Resume Be?

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The ideal resume length has long been a hotly contested topic. But most modern experts agree you should keep your resume at one page, especially for entry-level positions. Let’s discuss the benefits of this length and how to accomplish this. Why One Page Is Best So what’s the logic behind keeping your resume this short?… Read more »