How to Make Your Transition from Military to Civilian Life Easier

You’ve served your country and you are proud of your service. But, now you’re ready to return to civilian life. Use these tips to make your transition from a military to a corporate career easier. Translate Your Military Experience into a Civilian Resume Often, hiring managers aren’t familiar with military terms. Therefore, you’ll have to… Read More »

Best Knee Pads to Protect Yourself in a Warehouse

Do you work in a warehouse? Are you constantly working from your knees? All that kneeling could be doing more damage than you realize. Here’s a list of five of the best knee pads to protect yourself. Brutus 79637BR Contour Washable Knee Pads Price Range: $20 Weight: 5.6 ounces These nylon/foam knee pads protect knees… Read More »

Money-Saving Tips for the Holiday Season

With December only days away, the holidays are almost here. Of course, that means gifts, parties and family gatherings as well as LOTS of extra expenses. So, what can you do to keep your seasonal spending under control? Make a List (and Check It Twice) One of the biggest problems with holiday expenses is you… Read More »

Winter Is Coming: 5 Warehouse Safety Tips for the Colder Weather

When your warehouse job takes you both indoors and outdoors, you know different seasons bring different hazards. While heat is a problem in the summer, colder temperatures can cause difficulties in December, January and February. To help protect yourself and your coworkers during this cooler winter season, follow these five safety tips. 1. Keep Walkways… Read More »

What Shift Work Is the Best for You? Find Out.

If you are thinking about joining a company that runs 24/7, you may be looking at shift work. What will your schedule look like? And, how can you decide which shift is best for you? First Shift Traditionally, the day shift runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. However, some companies begin an hour or… Read More »

5 Ways to Keep Your Mental Health in Check

Most of us recognize the importance of staying physically healthy, but when’s the last time you gave yourself a mental checkup? After all, life can get stressful. And, that stress can take a toll. Here are five strategies to keep your mind, as well as your body, in top condition. Exercise Of course, exercise helps… Read More »

No Car? 4 Ways to Ensure You’re Still at Work on Time

Maybe your car broke down? Maybe you are saving money? Or, maybe you are trying to reduce your carbon footprint? Whatever your reasons, not having a vehicle shouldn’t interfere with your job.  Here are four tips for getting to work on time without the luxury of your own car.  1. Walk or Bike For this to be an option, you must live relatively close to… Read More »

8 Tips To Combat Sleep Deprivation In The Workplace

You stayed up a little later than you should have, only to find yourself exhausted and groggy at work the next day. And, you feel like this is becoming a habit. You know you should get more sleep, but how? 1. Create a Sleep Schedule The average adult should clock between seven to nine hours… Read More »

5 Ways To Talk Your Boss About Safety Concerns

You know safety is important. But, pointing out a dangerous situation at work can be tricky. You don’t want to look like you are kissing up, being a Nervous Nellie or trying to cause trouble. Although the idea of bringing up a problem may be intimidating, a preventable tragedy is far worse. If you aren’t… Read More »

8 Obvious Safety Reminders Everyone Needs

Everyone wants to keep their workplace safe. Unfortunately, sometimes it’s easy to let things slide. You may think, “I’m in a hurry. I’ll just skip this step,” or “Is it really that big of a deal?” However, preventing accidents is always important. Here are eight obvious, but good to remember, tips to help keep you… Read More »