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  Do you have certain employees or people on your team that are so valuable that it would be devastating if they left? If so, here are four ways to make sure your rockstar talent stays with your organization.   1. Money, money, money. A recent study from the Hay Group and the Centre for… Read More


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Does your average day at the office feel as difficult as the task of getting on the couch for this cute, little Dachshund? Unless you find the pillow, like Dachshund in this video, to help you get through the day, you are likely headed for burnout. So how do you know if you’re trying too

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Almost every media outlet has released their “best of 2017” list, or will release their list before the calendar flips to 2018. Have you ever considered doing your own “best of” list about your career accomplishments for the preceding year? Why should you look back and come up with a list of your personal wins and

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According to a study conducted by Interaction Associates, only 40% of employees report that they “really trust their bosses.” However, 82% of survey respondents say that trusting their boss is “essential for them to be effective in their job.” So as a boss or manager, what can you do next year to make sure your employees

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You are not alone if you’re wondering how to handle this tricky question. There is no standard, one-size-fits all answer to this question, so we’re going to give you tips to help you decide what might be the safest approach for you to take. No matter what you decide, best of luck, and happy holidays!

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You didn’t even want to click on this post because the idea of adding interviewing for a job to the list of growing holiday demands you’re undertaking right now is beyond overwhelming. However, let us give you a few reasons why taking a new job before the end of the year may be just what

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An interview is an interview, right? It’s a necessary part of an employer determining if you are right for their open position, and you figuring out if their opening fits your career goals, objectives and so many other variables. However, a second interview is fairly different from a first interview, and there are things that

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