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Thawing the Seattle Freeze with an Attitude of Gratitude

Thawing the Seattle Freeze with an Attitude of Gratitude

Seattle natives don’t necessarily like to acknowledge its existence, but the term “Seattle Freeze” refers to more than the seasonal drop in temperature that we are currently experiencing. While some Seattleites believe that the “Seattle Freeze” is merely a myth, PEMCO Insurance recently conducted a survey on the frosty phenomenon proving it is real. The […]

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Post Interview Etiquette

Post Interview Etiquette

Interview prep is typically where candidates dedicate a bulk of their time and energy, with post interview etiquette being forgotten in the excitement and exhaustion of the interview itself. Many candidates believe that once they have completed their interview, there is nothing left to do but wait; however, post interview etiquette dictates that maintaining contact […]

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The Argument for the Four Day Work Week Gains Traction

The Argument for the Four Day Work Week Gains Traction

Whenever a reputable company finds success implementing a new system, we all take notice. Such is the case with Microsoft Japan. This past August, they implemented a four day work week for the entire month as a part of a new “work life choice” strategy. The results were staggering- a 40% increase in production per […]

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