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Recruiting For Diversity

When someone mentions diversity, what comes into mind are different factors concerning gender, age, race, and cultural background. In the workforce, it does not only mean to hire people of different races, age, and gender. Most businesses are now acknowledging the importance of having a diverse company culture. We may share a common interest, but […]

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Five Easy Ways to Improve Your Productivity at Work

By: Len Adams, CPC, CTS You spend only a certain amount of time in the office. It would be a bad idea if your concentration is spiraling, not being able to focus on one task. You would end up missing deadlines or rushing to meet them. Are there times when you find yourself mindlessly clicking […]

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Proper Policies on Drug Testing

By: Career Personnel Use of illegal drugs is dangerous in all aspects of society. Illicit drug use can cause harm to everyone not just to the user, but also the people who are involved with them. Substance use and abuse are notably harmful in the workplace. Apart from the fact that it can place the […]

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How to Manage a New Employee’s First Day

By: Len Adams, CPC, CTS The first day on the job for a new employee can be daunting. Simple tasks can be overwhelming and they can make common mistakes in front of their more experienced coworkers which can sink their morale. Of course, on the interview phase, they show a lot of promise, loyalty, and […]

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Opening Up Meaningful Conversations with Email Marketing

By: Len Adams, CPC, CTS Email has become a means for swift communication. In the world of business, it is crucial to open up communication to old and new clients. The usage of email has opened an essential route for marketers looking to invite, employ, and maintain their clients and prospects. This method of marketing […]

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The Keys to a Successful Job Search

By: Len Adams, CPC, CTS Regardless of whether you are currently employed and seeking to change positions, or, are between positions due to lay off, corporate restructuring, etc., the principles behind a successful search strategy are the same. The only potential variable is the sense of urgency which one might feel. Nevertheless, it is important […]

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Tips to Regulate Employee Internet Use

By: Len Adams, CPC, CTS The internet has been a great innovation to help with communication and transactions especially in business. However, the internet can also be a distraction in the workplace. There are plenty of websites to waste time on: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, downloads, shopping websites, and many more. Wasting time means outputs are […]

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Survival Guide to Life – Society

Society Call your family often. Each day give something good to others. Forgive everyone for everything. Spend time with people over the age of 70 & under the age of 6. Try to make at least 3 people smile each day. What other people think of you is none of your business. Your job won’t […]

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Survival Guide to Life- Personality

Personality Don’t compare your life to others’. You have no idea what their journey is all about. Instead invest your energy in the positive present moment. Don’t have negative thoughts or things you cannot control. Don’t over do. Keep your limits. Don’t take yourself so seriously. No one else does. Don’t waste your precious energy […]

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Survival Guide to Life- Health

Author Unknown Health Drink plenty of water. Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a beggar. Eat more foods that grow on trees and plants Eat less food that is manufactured in plants. Live with the 3 E’s – Energy, Enthusiasm, and Empathy. Make time to practice meditation, yoga, and […]

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