Tips to Quit
Every workplace and job is different. They each require a different degree of work to be done, employees are more or less tolerable, an employer can be great or a nightmare. Regardless of the reason, you will go through several and the trend is leaving. So, how do you quit your job in the best way possible? First, you need to prepare yourself by answering some more serious questions:
"If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward."
Since January 20, 1986, America has celebrated the third Monday of January as Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a day given to a man who championed a movement that all people be treated equally.
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."
It often seems difficult to love those that hurt you or have different beliefs, and perhaps…
How about we talk about New Year resolutions since 2018 just started!?
Everyone will make goals for the new year and while you’re at it, why not make some for your job? People spend most of the regular day at work and it would be worth it to make your workplace as ideal as possible. So, here are some ideas for workplace resolutions that help you to be the best worker you can be.
Tips For An Interview
You’re about to go into your interview and you are a mess. You don’t know what you are supposed to expect because you didn’t really prepare yourself beforehand. Your anxiety has hunched your shoulders, you have forgotten to smile, and you are stammering over your words. When you walk in, it is painfully obvious to the interviewer that you lack confidence and you end up not getting the job. If you want to get that job, you need to feel better about yourself and exude the confidence they want for their team. …
All That Holiday Hype…
Now that everyone is gearing up to leave the workspace for the holidays, we should take a moment to start considering what needs to be done before actually leaving. People are planning trips to see their families or vacate for the New Year. While forgetting your worries and obligations you may find it even more difficult to return to the routine that is your job. Here are some things to consider so that your return can be as smooth as possible and your survival ensured.
1.) Clean up after yourself.
Through the days, you kind of…
As I was standing in the checkout line at my local grocer, the cashier must have either been coming down with or getting over a cold. She cleared her throat, coughed while respectfully covering her mouth with her hands, and proceeded to scan and check out the young man before me. After taking his money and completing the sale, she sneezed, took a moment to blow her nose, and nicely apologized, to which I responded with bless you. …
You can find interview tips all over the internet, but this time, these tips are for the one CONDUCTING the interview!
As the one representing your company and in charge of deciding the best candidate for a position, you can feel pretty stressed. The one holding the interview has to make some tough decisions sometimes and those will reflect on them, as well as their company. You have your own job, deadlines, and crises that happen every day on top of preparing to give someone else an interview and evaluate them to the best of your abilities.
Here are some…
Today is a day where many of us get to gobble turkey, watch football, and drink too much eggnog.
During all of this celebration, it's important to remember and be grateful for many of the things we take for granted. If you are reading this right now, it is likely you have a roof over your head, clean water, and the internet. Many have to sleep in the cold, beg for food, and pray for their next drink of water.
If you are surrounded by loved ones, be grateful. You may have your issues now and again, but…
In the workplace, whether you’re a manager or an employee, positive and efficient communication on the job is crucial. Every action, word, mistake, and even lack of communicating will mean something to the other party. They will be interpreted based off of their own experiences and that could mean getting exactly what you wanted or something near apocalyptic disaster. So how can you start improving those skills needed?
Nonverbal communication can be just as important as verbal. Approaching coworkers with a smile and being relaxed is more likely to create a positive response than if you were rigid…
I’m sure you’ve heard the expression, “Don’t burn your bridges.” We all go through life trying to make the right decisions, however, sometimes we do and sometimes we don’t. No one knows what the future holds but we sometimes burn our bridges because its what’s in our hearts at that moment. Sometimes this ends up being the best thing for our future; sometimes we lose a vital connection in the heat of the moment. With few business exceptions, you should be careful of the connections you choose to lose.
Some definitions: ‘burning bridges’ is 1) The act of…
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