Donuts in the break room, a hilarious coworker, a text message from your family, Facebook—distractions are everywhere, and they can add up to a significant decrease in productivity. Sometimes you just need to focus. Whether you have an important deadline, a big project, or simply want to prove how good you are at your job, maximizing your productivity can lead to bonuses, raises, and promotions! Continue reading
The human brain is wired to pick up on body language cues. Even if you’re saying all the right things, you might make a poor impression if your posture is communicating something different. Check out our latest infographic to learn more about what you should and should NOT do during an interview.
It not just about WHAT you say during an interview, but HOW you say it.
Hiring managers and interviewers have already screened your resume for hard skills and work experience. Instead of focusing on these, you should spend your interview showing that you have the confidence, intelligence, and character to take on any challenge and grow within your role—and body language is an essential way of communicating this. Continue reading
Bad grammar on your resume? Yikes! Check out our latest infographic for an easy way to review your resume grammar! Continue reading
If there is any place to strive for perfect grammar, your resume and cover letter are it.
Hiring managers, on average, spend no more than a few seconds scanning each resume, so an impeccable first impression is essential for landing an interview. Don’t let a silly mistake land your application in the discard pile. Continue reading
Did you know… Employees with a best friend at work tend to be more focused, more passionate, and more loyal to their organizations. Continue reading
Having friends at work is a delicate, yet vital component of a healthy workplace. Humans are considered pack animals. This means that we thrive in collaborative environments and suffer when we feel isolated. This also applies to the workplace. Continue reading
As January gets underway, many of us are refocusing on our goals and setting up resolutions. Unfortunately, according to Statistic Brain, only about 9.2% of people actually achieve their New Year’s resolutions. Continue reading