• Four Ways to Take Advantage of a Slow Day at Work

    Downtime at work can be a welcome relief, but not having much to do can actually make the day feel like it is proceeding extra slowly. You can make the most of this time by focusing on tasks that are … Read More

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  • How to Find a Job You Love So Much You’d Work For Free (A Tribute to The Masters)

    “If the Masters offered no money at all, I would be here trying just as hard.” Ben Hogan It’s that time of year when the world’s greatest golf players test their skills and demonstrate their prowess at the Masters Tournament. … Read More

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  • Are You Crushing Your Team’s Creativity and Productivity?

      Fostering employees’ creativity and productivity is generally a top priority for managers. Unfortunately, many managers find themselves inadvertently undermining their own best interests and those of their team through policies or behaviors that prevent innovation and hinder output. Ensure … Read More

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  • Don’t Let the Fear of Change Affect Your Career Potential

      Even after putting in the work and honing your skills, it can be tough to take the next step and pursue a new opportunity. It may be complacency because you’re caught up in the daily grind and haven’t built … Read More

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  • How to Prove Yourself at a New Job Like a Rookie in Spring Training

      Major League Baseball spring training is underway. As teams prepare for Opening Day, rookies have the same priority as any employee starting a new job: demonstrating to their manager why taking a chance on them was the right one … Read More

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  • A Few Tips on Interviewing | Is Your Best Candidate Lying About Their Skills?

    Many hiring managers have horror stories of being blindsided when they hired a seemingly qualified candidate – only to find out they couldn’t back up their claims. The interview stage is pretty far removed from the actual work environment, so … Read More

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  • Closing the Gender Gap Among Upper Level Engineering Professionals

    Approximately 11 percent of engineering professionals are women, according to the US Department of Labor. It’s challenging enough to attract women engineers, but for upper level positions, it’s made even more difficult because many women don’t opt to stay in … Read More

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  • What Image Are You Putting Forward When Meeting Someone for the First Time?

    First impressions may not always be an accurate representation, but since they often occur subconsciously, they can be difficult for people to shake – even if they rationally know they have other objective information to contradict it. When you’re job … Read More

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  • Science Says: Your Brain Works Better In Winter

    The notion that winter brings mental and physical sluggishness is a commonly accepted notion – but it may not be as accurate as it seems. Research from neuroscientists from the University of Liège in Belgium showed that the brain actually … Read More

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  • February Survey of Companies Indicates Positive Outlook for Growth and Hiring

    Despite the recent slide in the US stock market, US businesses are still optimistic about hiring in a recent poll conducted by Spectrum Staffing Services. In a national poll with a sample of companies from the pharmaceutical, medical device, engineering, … Read More

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