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How to Write the Best Out of Office Message

How to Write the Best Out of Office Message

You’ve finished your work and cleared out your inbox. There’s only one thing left to do: Write and set your out-of-office message. It may sound simple, but if you don’t set the parameters accurately, you could have a world of trouble when you come back. There might be an inbox clogged with emails if you… Read more »

How to Write a Resignation Letter (With 3 Examples)

How to Write a Resignation Letter (With Examples)

What is a Resignation Letter? A resignation letter is an official notice to your company that you are going to be leaving, either handwritten or an email. In this article, we cover what you need to know about how to write a resignation letter when to write one, and what kind should you use for… Read more »

17 Productivity Hacks So You Get More Done Faster

Our list of productivity hacks will get you to get things done and have more time! It’s easy to let the non-essentials take over your day-to-day, but then you’re stuck with things undone and no time to do them! There’s nothing worse than having to use your spare time to do what should have been… Read more »

10 Signs You Bombed The Interview (and How to Recover)

10 Signs You Bombed the Interview (and how to Recover)

How do you know if you bombed the interview? It’s going to happen to you eventually if you interview enough! So what are the signs, how can you recover, and how can you make sure it never happens again? Job interviews can be stressful.  After all, you’re trying to make a connection with someone you’ve… Read more »

67 Great Interview Questions to Ask a Potential Employer

When prepping for a job interview, you’ll also need some questions to ask the employer. When it comes to the end of the job interview, you’ll probably be asked “do you have any questions?” and yes, you do! Of course, you don’t want to ask questions that were answered in the job description, but you… Read more »

Could the Vaccine Cost You Your Job?

Can Employers Require Employees To Get Vaccinated? With a few exceptions, the answer is yes. Federal law states that your private employer can require employees to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.  According to the EOCC, employers can require vaccinations much like public schools require their students to get a certain amount of vaccinations before they’re… Read more »

Why It’s Dangerous to Discuss Politics At Work

People are passionate about politics, but should we discuss politics at work? Emotions run high, people take things personally, and it’s hard to reconcile a team that can’t agree on outside (and usually unrelated) issues. When the news seems to be everywhere, it can also be hard to avoid. Here’s why you should avoid discussing… Read more »

Thank You Letter Tips For After Your Job Interview

Sending the right thank you note after a job interview makes you stand out. That’s important when you’re competing against others and increases the positive impression that you made at the interview. If your interview was perhaps on the fence, think about this as a way to tip the tables in your favor – even… Read more »

3 Factors to Finding Secure Jobs in the Future

If you’ve lived through the great recession of economic downturn during the late 2000s and now a global pandemic in 2021, it’s only natural to try and find a career that will be in demand and secure if either of those events happens again.  This article will give you guidance on which industries have the… Read more »

6 Easy Steps to Ace the “Tell Me About a Time You Disagreed With Your Boss” Interview Question

Being asked “tell me about a time you disagreed with your boss” in a job interview feels like a trap. What’s the right answer? What do they have to gain by asking you this question? In this article, we will cover: Why Hiring Managers Ask “Tell Me About a Time You Disagreed With Your Boss”… Read more »