Organizing Your Work Space to Improve Your Creativity

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A lot of people think that creative people are scatter-brained and cluttered, and that they work surrounded by clutter. This is actually not usually the case. In fact, when one is surrounded by clutter, it can be hard to get …

By Jane Hurst
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Your First 90 Days on the Job- From Interview to Success

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You just beat out the competition for your new job so now it’s time to deliver! Here are some tips to help you succeed.

1. Listen—Observe—Learn
Take the time to understand your team, the culture, goals and overall vibe of …

By Mary Michael Hawkins
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The Best Employee Benefits and Perks

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If you are an employer who is looking to attract the best talent, you need to be willing to offer a variety of benefits and perks. If you are not willing to do this, that talent is likely going to …

By Jane Hurst
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To Write or Not to Write: Things to Know about Cover Letters

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So you’re getting out there on the job market. Good for you! You’re ready. You have a great deal of education behind you. You even managed to get authoritative references. You may lack job experience, but that’s something you’ll …

By Kelvin Fogarty
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8 Rules You Need to Follow when Dating a Co-Worker

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It is true that you can’t always help who you fall in love with, but when it is a co-worker, things can often become pretty tricky. When it comes to dating a co-worker, there are different rules that need to …

By Jane Hurst
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