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The Pros and Cons of Workplace Flexibility

The Pros and Cons of Workplace Flexibility

Flexibility is frequently touted as a major asset in the workplace, a buzzword to use in interviews, and what we should all strive to be described as by our peers and superiors alike. Yes, being the person who is able to “go with the flow” and stay calm in the face of change is an […]

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Planning a Party or a Meeting- 6 Steps You Should Follow for Both

Planning a Party or a Meeting- 6 Steps You Should Follow for Both

When planning a party, the right music, mouthwatering food and plentiful libations are all must haves. Or, depending on the party’s intended demographic, you may find yourself selecting colorful balloons, a bounce house and sugary sweets instead. Considering everything that planning any party entails, you may be wondering how party planning corresponds with planning a […]

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4 Tips to Help You Adjust to Working for a Younger Boss

4 Tips to Help You Adjust to Working for a Younger Boss

Societal norms dictate that the older you are, the more senior position you hold. Right? Not necessarily. As younger generations enter the workforce, ready to take your industry by storm, you will likely start experiencing more senior ranking members of your company being your junior in age. While there are a myriad of reasons for […]

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5 Ways to Research Company Culture

5 Ways to Research Company Culture

As a serious job seeker, of course you have done your due diligence and researched every conceivable aspect of the companies that you plan on interviewing for. Afterall, haven’t we been told time and time again that educating yourself on potential workplaces is an integral part of any job search? Some of us have even […]

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How Indispensable Are You?

How Indispensable Are You?

While Facebook isn’t necessarily the best source for hard hitting news, I couldn’t help but click on a link to an article a few days ago that boasted the headline: “Man Skips Work for 6 Years and Still Gets Paid”. According to the article (which has apparently been circulating around social media for a few […]

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Interviewing Tips for Introverts

Interviewing Tips for Introverts

Introversion and extroversion have become well known opposite ends of the personality spectrum, and although it is unlikely that anyone is one hundred percent extroverted or introverted, most of us identify with one side of the spectrum more than the other. If you identify as more of an introvert, you likely describe yourself as more […]

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5 Steps to Wrapping up Your Summer Internship

5 Steps to Wrapping up Your Summer Internship

If you are a career driven collegiate student, chances are that your summers are not typically spent by a pool or playing video games in your parents’ basement; rather, they are dedicated to building your resume- and what better way to do that than to intern for a company in your desired field? If your […]

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How to Quit When You Aren’t a Quitter

How to Quit When You Aren't a Quitter

From the moment that we step up to the plate for the first time, or slip on our first pair of pink ballet shoes, we are told that quitting simply isn’t an option. Rather than viewing quitting as an opportunity to move forward with new and exciting opportunities, we were raised to see it as […]

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How to Avoid Career FOMO

How to Avoid Career FOMO

With pictures of friends laying on sandy beaches, dipping their toes into peaceful lakes and posing in front of beautiful mountain views cluttering our social media feeds this summer, it is easy to feel some FOMO. Even if you don’t know what FOMO stands for, if you are on social media, chances are that you […]

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Setting Communication Limitations

Setting Communication Limitations

In a world where technology is literally at our fingertips, and communication between employees and their employers is rarely regulated, a healthy work/life balance can feel nearly impossible to achieve. As a result, there are people out there who are making steps towards legally protecting workers’ personal time. One such person is Brooklyn Councilman, Rafael […]

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