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How to Fight the High Costs of Employee Turnover

» by August 15th, 2012 at 5:30 pm » Comments (0)

Employee turnover is unfortunately an unavoidable situation for any business. Motivations can be professional or personal; a promising new opportunity or change in lifestyle can cause your loyal and valuable workers to move on, often unexpectedly. You may even be forced to let go of employees who are unproductive or simply unfit for the position [...]


How to Start and Build a Successful Consulting Business

» by February 9th, 2012 at 3:43 pm » Comments (1)

The recession has spawned a slew of layoffs, leading to a job market flooded with out-of-work professionals competing for the same slim pickings. And if you’ve been looking for work for months and your unemployment benefits are about to run out, you might be considering downgrading to literally any job just to earn some income. [...]


Why High Employee Morale Equals Money in Your Pocket

» by December 9th, 2011 at 10:23 am » Comments (0)

Think about what happens when low morale infects your workforce.  Employees do the bare minimum to get by and it reflects in their productivity.  But according to studies, it also has an impact on customer satisfaction as well as profitability.  If you were faced with customer complaints about the price of your goods, you’d find [...]


Tips to Help You Thrive in the Workplace

» by July 21st, 2011 at 11:42 am » Comments (0)

Is your job dragging you down?  Do you feel that you’ve been passed over for promotion even though you are eminently qualified?  Perhaps you’ve found that others are taking credit for your hard work.  Or maybe you are simply at the mercy of an overbearing boss.  Whatever your reasons for hating your job, you at [...]


Why A Second Job May Not Be Right For You

» by September 16th, 2009 at 6:23 pm » Comments (2)

In tough financial times, after selling all of your used items and exhausting every other possibility, you may consider getting a second job for some extra income.  It sounds like a relatively easy solution to help your finances, even temporarily, but you should explore all of the angles before you start filling out applications.  Here’s [...]


How to Survive Without a Job

» by August 12th, 2009 at 8:47 am » Comments (2)

Job loss has become an unfortunate reality for many people today as we encounter the worst recession in years.  It can be tough to survive without a job.  You wonder where money will come from, how your bills will get paid, what you’ll do for food, how to keep your credit score alive and avoid [...]


Reduce Stress at Work

» by August 9th, 2009 at 10:26 am » Comments (2)

Work can be a stressful place.  If you find yourself excessively tired and easily irritable, it could be due to stress at work.  Perhaps it’s draining you to the point where you can’t even enjoy your time after work because you’re too exhausted to do the things you want to do.  Here are a few [...]


Job Networking Tips

» by August 4th, 2009 at 2:10 pm » Comments (0)

Whether you’re looking for a new job or hoping to get ahead in your current one, networking can be a helpful asset.  It’s true that despite your talent or lack thereof, many times it’s who you know that can help you get where you want to be.  Making contact with as many people in your [...]


Negotiating a Higher Salary

» by July 5th, 2009 at 12:37 pm » Comments (0)

Rule number one of negotiating a higher salary: If you don’t ask, you will not receive. Of course, the opposite of that is not always true, especially in the current economy. Your employer has most likely been forced to make cutbacks, and you are feeling the direct effects of that. Your workload has probably increased [...]


How to Search for a Job Without Your Boss Knowing

» by July 4th, 2009 at 10:05 am » Comments (0)

Searching for a job can be time-consuming and difficult. Trying to search for a job without your boss knowing turns it into a tricky game. Whatever your reason for searching, most people experience the same problem-there’s just not enough time to conduct your search after work. And you’re probably thinking about it the entire time [...]


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