The Main Reason You Should Always Keep Your Resume & Cover Letter Updated

Updating your resume and cover letter takes time, and you probably feel as though you have better things to do. However, don’t overlook this important task. Here’s why you should always keep your application materials up to date. The Main Reason to Keep You Application Materials Current You need to keep your resume and cover… Read More »

How to Cope With the Uncertainty of Unemployment

Unemployment is incredibly difficult. In fact, losing a job ranks as one of the top ten most stressful life-altering events. So, if you’re out of work and feeling devasted, you are NOT alone. Follow these tips to cope with the uncertainty of unemployment. Evaluate Your Finances When you’re out of work, your top priority is… Read More »

Can a Positive Attitude Really Change Your Career Path?

Sometimes we run into potholes, detours, or even road closures along our career path. And although setbacks are discouraging, it’s important to look on the bright side too. Here’s how maintaining a positive attitude can change your outcomes. Why a Positive Attitude Can Change Your Career Path To demonstrate the impact of a positive attitude,… Read More »

5 Ways You Can Stop the Spread of Germs at Work

Of course, you want to stay healthy. However, if your job brings you into close contact with other people, this can be a challenge. Protect both yourself and others by using these five tips to stop the spread of germs at work. Wash Your Hands You’ve heard this before, and it’s true. According to the… Read More »

How to Remain Productive During Coronavirus

The COVID-19 outbreak is scary. And with everything that’s going on, your employees probably are finding it difficult to concentrate. Help your staff remain productive during Coronavirus using these management strategies. Provide Reassurance Unfortunately, you can’t guarantee your employees won’t get sick. And, you can’t control the global economy. However, you CAN let your staff… Read More »

Safety Rights You Need to Know as a Warehouse Worker

If you have a warehouse job, you know your work environment can be dangerous. Fortunately, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has laws in place to protect all employees. Here’s what you need to know about your safety rights. You Have the Right to a Safe Workplace Certainly, there are potential hazards in any… Read More »

3 Tips to Keeping Your Cool When Customer Service Conversations Get Heated

Working in customer service is tough job, and then you run into one of THOSE people. What should you do when you are dealing with someone who is inconsiderate, nasty and rude? Here are three tips to keeping your cool when conversations get heated. 1. Stay Calm Obviously, this is easier said than done. However,… Read More »

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 »