Whether you’re applying for your first professional job or are looking to elevate your career at another company, your resume is the hiring manager’s first impression of you. Depending on the position, a recruiter or hiring manager can receive hundreds of resumes to review. How can you make yours stand out? Follow these steps to create a resume that’ll get you noticed.Continue reading
When you have been working from the comfort of your own home—and in your comfy clothes—for an extended time, it can be difficult to make the move back to the office. Both environments have their own challenges, advantages, and routines which can be tough to make the adjustment. These tips can help make the transition back to the office smoother.Continue reading
Keeping calm during a job interview is often easier said than done. However, while your resume, experience, skills, and education are all important factors in landing the job, the interview is usually a company’s first real impression of you. Learn how to conquer the interview nerves and put your best self forward with these tips.Continue reading
To-do lists are one of the most important tools for staying focused and organized during the workday. This tool can help you manage all of your tasks and prepare you for the day, or week, ahead of you. But are your to-do lists helping you be as productive as you can be? Here are some tips to make sure you are getting the most out of your to-do lists and being as productive as possible.Continue reading
Whether you work from home or in an office setting, many of us often take our jobs home with us without realizing it. Job stress can seep in during times we’re supposed to be relaxing, and instead of making the most of our non-work lives, we’re combating anxiety about the next workday. Read on for a few simple tips to leave job stress at work and embrace mindfulness once you sign off for the day.Continue reading
The warmer weather and the longer days intensify our desire to clean and organize. While many people take the time to clean out their wardrobes and organize their homes, one area that is often neglected is an office or desk space. Since your work area is a place where you spend 8+ hours per day, it is important to take the time to clean out these spots, as well. Use these tips to get the most out of your spring cleaning and prepare yourself for the rest of the year.
With all the distractions, decisions, and duties that bombard us at work, it’s not surprising to find yourself battling stress in the workplace at times. During these moments of stress and frustration, it is important to remain calm and find ways to increase positivity and productivity.
Everyone knows how important a morning routine is, but an evening routine is just as critical for your overall productivity and daily mindset. Evening routines are an essential because, unlike morning routines, they set us up for two things: wrapping up our day and—the ultimate goal—getting an amazing night’s sleep. Here are ideas to add into your evening routine to make it even better.
With the latest developments in technology and social media, the way we network has drastically shifted over the last 30 years. There are countless opportunities for us to meet people in our professional fields and connect with them on a more personal level both in-person and online. While being able to network is a vital skill, approaching and engaging someone you may not know takes practice and lot of confidence. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of networking and connecting with others.
Being able to write in a professional manner is an important part of any career or job. Clearly communicating your thoughts, opinions, and even concerns to your co-workers or boss can help you be successful on your own but also have success within your team.
Professional writing is a skill that may even help you advance your career. Need help making your writing more professional? Here are some of our best tips.