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February 16, 2015

Flexible Work/Life Balance Questions

The phrase, Flexible Work-Life Balance has not only become common place now, but is a “perk” that a lot of us are seeking in our jobs. More people than ever are looking for a career that fits in their life, instead of the other way around. But how do you…
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Contributor PostsGet PromotedInternal Politics
November 25, 2014

3 Ways to Make the Most of Your Holiday Party

It’s officially holiday party season – woot woot! I know we’re knee-deep in reflection and being thankful, but party time is right around the corner. Holiday parties used to be a big deal. And the bigger the company’s revenue, the bigger the event was. After the crash in 2008, many…
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Contributor PostsGet PromotedInternal Politics
November 8, 2014

Setting Yourself Up for Year-End Success

Somehow we’re already in the fourth quarter busy planning our holiday vacations and realizing exactly how much we need to start doing to achieve our annual goals, which of course has us questioning “where did this year go?” The last two months of the year are probably the most important…
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Contributor PostsGet Promoted
August 19, 2014

How to Guarantee You Won’t Get That Promotion

Getting promoted is more of an art than a science. Long gone are the days of simply counting the number of days you’ve been in your role before getting bumped up to the next level. Unless you’re working for the government or a relatively small number of companies, your tenure in…
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Contributor PostsJob Search
July 15, 2014

Followers Don’t Equal Influence or Support

There must be something in the water these days. The number of times I have had someone say to me that they aren’t really worried about making a sale or getting promoted because they “have a huge following on social media,” is driving me bananas. I’m not sure when social…
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Contributor PostsGet PromotedHRLeadership
June 9, 2014

Learn to Get Along with HR

Being able to forge a healthy relationship with Human Resources — ahem, HR — is a critical step in the development and growth of your career path. But often, people tend to duck and hide or flee the path of HR for the fear of receiving bad news. Here’s the…
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