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Bad Day on the Job Hunt? Here’s How to Get Over It

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Everyone’s been there: You wanted to perform perfectly in your interview, but it just didn’t happen. There can be a range of emotions from discomfort to all-out humiliation when you say the wrong thing during an interview. But don’t let it get you down! Job-hunting is a time-consuming and stressful commitment. Odds are, if you’re… Read more »

Why The Best Managers Encourage Their Employees’ Leadership Skills

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Working with a team can be a blessing: They’re around for ideas and support when you need it. Innovation can come from any member on the staff, so a good leader knows to stay attentive to employee contributions. However, you need your workers to know that the support is mutual. How can you cultivate a corporate… Read more »

Why the First Few Minutes of Your Interview are the Most Crucial

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Making the right first impression is essential during your first interview. You want the hiring manager to know your skills and personality, and those first few minutes can determine the outcome. But how do you know what to say to make this moment memorable? The perfect interviewee is confident without oversharing, and thoughtful without being too reserved…. Read more »

The Right Way to Get Your Boss to Say ‘Yes’ to Your Ideas

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We all sometimes feel like we’re not being heard at work, and this can be solved (and help our careers) by connecting with our supervisors. The research is in and Job Store has the best methods to help you plead your case. Whether you want to set yourself up for a promotion or create a new product… Read more »

How to Find a Healthy Work-Life Balance… With Your Smartphone

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Struggling with balancing your leadership role with your personal life? Overwhelmed with projects and commitments and neglecting your mental health and family? Today’s fast-paced work-life balance encourages professionals to be available 24/7, but this can be an unrealistic expectation. Below are tips to help you strive toward an equilibrium between work and personal responsibilities. Set Boundaries… Read more »

When is it Okay to Discuss Your Personal Life During the Interview Process?

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Still developing your interview skills and looking to learn more about what to say? Don’t be fooled: There are no answers that will be correct for every interview you have. Each company has a different culture, so assessing the environment is key. Employers look for a person that will be a good fit, so an… Read more »

Seven Ways to Improve Your Emotional Intelligence Before Your Next Interview

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If you’re looking to make a great impression during an upcoming job interview, consider developing your emotional intelligence, something employers are focusing on in 2017. To enhance your emotional intelligence and increase your ability to evaluate situations, follow these seven tips. Be Present Emotional intelligence begins with acknowledging your thoughts and examining them. Decision making… Read more »

Got a Great Idea? Here’s How to Make it Happen!

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Are you itching to share your concepts with important people? Do you feel like you’ve got the next great idea to make your company exceptional? We can help you make it a reality! Turning your dream into something effective takes time, planning and tactful insight, but it’s always possible. Read ahead to find the best… Read more »

How to Keep Your Team Productive During the Holidays Without Being a Scrooge

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It can be tough to keep a team on task during the holidays. Between vacations and distractions, it’s easy for a team to become less productive and less motivated. However, a terrific leader knows how to embrace the holiday spirit without sacrificing the company’s resources in excess. Learn how to be the best holiday boss… Read more »

Why You Must Have Good Relationships With Co-Workers

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In a typical week, you spend almost as much time with your co-workers as you do with friends and family members.  It’s wonderful if you like your co-workers, but its stressful if you have different personalities that don’t always mix well. While you don’t have to be friends with everyone at work, it’s beneficial for… Read more »