Congrats, you got the job! Now it’s time to decide what to wear. From business professional to trade, we’re here to crack the code — or dress code, that is — of today’s workplace, so you can take the guesswork out of what to wear and feel confident. Follow these tips and you’ll be sure to make a great first impression.
Category Archives: On the Job
Customer service stories inspire me and make me wonder how I (and each member of our organization) can apply that same level of service to our customers, talent, and staff. With this in mind, I recently asked my team: what is the best customer service you have received? Check out their responses, and then share your story on our Facebook page.
If you want to advance your career, you need to raise your visibility in the workplace, and that often starts in the conference room. It’s the one place where you will consistently have the opportunity for your voice to be heard. The following strategies are some of the simplest ways to make your next meeting work for you.
We all appreciate good customer service but don’t always take time to recognize it. This year, make a point of showing your appreciation to employees who really understand your customer base by celebrating Customer Service Week. Here are a few of our favorite ways to celebrate!
It’s funny how we all have the same number of hours in a day, but some people just seem to get more done. The most productive people have established patterns to maximize their time. Here are six habits they do every day to be successful!
Many of us spend more waking hours at work than at home – and so it makes perfect sense that we should work somewhere that we actually WANT to be, right? I recently asked my team: what makes a company a great place to work? Check out a few of their answers – and then join the conversation!
Today’s workplace is ever evolving, and though most companies usually offer training to help you expand your skills and stay relevant in your industry, there may be professional growth opportunities you’re overlooking at your current employer. Here are just a few areas of professional development you can start taking advantage of today.
Work-life balance sounds good in theory, but it can be so difficult to achieve. It’s something I’ve strived to achieve for most of my career. I had the pleasure of speaking on this topic back in June at Engage, a staffing and recruiting conference. Here’s part of what I shared at the conference!
It’s time to get social! Almost all of us on are on social media on a regular basis. Why not use it to land your next job? There are a number of things you can be doing to build a network and get job leads. I recently asked my team to share their social media expertise. Check out their advice, and then join the conversation on our Facebook page with your top tips!
In our always-on-at-all-costs corporate culture, we often find it difficult to justify taking a few minutes of time for ourselves, let alone a whole lunch hour during the day. But this style of working isn’t just hard to maintain; it can actually be a detriment to our careers. Taking periodic breaks helps maximize productivity and is critical to your mental, physical, and emotional health.