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Tips on Keeping Track of Your Schedule When Traveling for Work

Tips on Keeping Track of Your Schedule When Traveling for Work

Work travel can have its perks – In person business meetings, visiting new places and frequent flier miles to name a few. However, after the initial excitement about the benefits and excitement of traveling wears off many are met with the reality of the wear and tear. There can be a sense of being overwhelmed and an inability to juggle everything, especially for those who travel extensively. There are many tips and tricks on how to travel efficiently and stay on top of your game, but one important aspect to maintain while on the road is your schedule – Often harder said than done! Here are 3 ways to keep up your normalcy while away:
Wednesday, May 16, 2018/Author: Moe Harrison /Number of views (830)/Comments (9)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Why leaving your job with a professional notice matters, whether it’s been short-term or long-term!

Why leaving your job with a professional notice matters, whether it’s been short-term or long-term!

As our society moves more and more toward communicating through email, text messaging and other forms of e-communication where we are not face to face it has appeared to become easier and easier for people to seemingly dismiss the traditional professional notice. We’ve seen candidates resign by sending a text, by leaving a letter on a bosses desk with no other communication, by firing off an email or by simply not showing back up. It’s unbelievable to me what has become acceptable to some people. I would strongly caution anyone from thinking that it’s ok to resign in any of these ways or to not offer a professional 2 week notice.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018/Author: Moe Harrison /Number of views (1933)/Comments (6)/ Article rating: 5.0
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References – The little things that can make a big difference!

References – The little things that can make a big difference!

When job hunting, one thing you’ll want to be sure to have secured is a good list of references. Having a few former colleagues or managers attest to your strengths and your potential can be the difference between ultimately being offered your dream job or not. When you ask for references, not only is who you ask key, but how you ask. Follow these simple steps to ensure that your references work for you, and not against you.
Wednesday, February 21, 2018/Author: Moe Harrison /Number of views (1834)/Comments (2)/ Article rating: 5.0
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The Trend to Consider Hiring Potential Over Experience

The Trend to Consider Hiring Potential Over Experience

While the historical theme over the past few decades has been to hire the candidate with significantly more experience, statics are now showing that companies are taking far more interest in potential talent. We are entering into an era where evaluation of the prospective upside of a candidate rather than their current competency or experience is being heavily weighted in to the equation. Yes, the hiring process and onboarding for these candidates is lengthier, but the benefits that both the company and new hire can reap in the long run are in many cases proving to be worth the wait. Potential is often defined in the qualities a person possess that, when developed, will reveal their underlying strengths and abilities, so, here are 3 reasons for employers to consider hiring the high potential candidate over the more experienced candidate:
Tuesday, December 19, 2017/Author: Moe Harrison /Number of views (2051)/Comments (1)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Keys to Success in the First Three Months of a New Job

Keys to Success in the First Three Months of a New Job

After spending months interviewing, you finally get that anxiously awaited call – You got the job! Starting any new role can be stressful and exciting all in one, with the first 90 days always full of challenges – New faces, new processes, and, most relevantly, new responsibilities. These three months are commonly seen as the most crucial, as they are spent trying to impress your boss while proving your competency to hold this position. Luckily, there are several strategies to help make these 90 days as successful as possible.
Monday, November 20, 2017/Author: Moe Harrison /Number of views (2491)/Comments (2)/ Article rating: 4.3
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