Stand Out Against Your Competitors & Land the Job!

If you’re hoping for a job offer, what’s the best way to succeed? Make sure the hiring manager remembers you (for good reasons, of course). Use these tips to set yourself apart from the competition. Do Your Homework Learning about a company before your interview puts you at a definite advantage. You’ll be able to… Read More »

Tips to Maintaining a Positive Work-Life Balance on the Night Shift

Maintaining a quality work-life balance can be challenging for regular nine to five employees. And, when you’re working second or third shift, this balancing act becomes even more difficult. Whether you’re on the night shift by choice or necessity, here’s how to make the most out of your schedule. Block Out a Time for Sleep… 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 »

Didn’t Hear Back After an Interview? Maybe It Was Something You Said…

Saying the wrong thing in an interview is easier than you think. After all, you are in an incredibly stressful situation. Make a note of these statements that make employers think “Uh oh,” so you can avoid them. I hate my job. Admitting you are unhappy in your current position may make you seem difficult… Read More »

How to Proactively Deal With an Unethical Employee

If you’ve ever seen unethical behavior in the workplace, you may not have known how to react. And, you aren’t alone. In a recent study of 900 workers, 63 percent admitted to witnessing an unethical incident. So, what should you do if you see something that shouldn’t be happening on the job? Know the Facts… Read More »