How Do You Know If You Are Undervalued at Your Job?

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One of the biggest factors in job satisfaction is how valued you feel by your employer. It’s demoralizing to work hard and to not have that effort noticed or rewarded at all. Since being undervalued can lead to stress and burnout, not to mention prevent you from progressing in your career, it’s important for your… Read more »

Have You Set Your Career SMART Goals Yet?

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Even if you put forth significant effort, you may not be as successful at accomplishing your career goals if they are not developed strategically. A well-established method for effectively setting goals is known as SMART – Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Timely. Learn more about how to set career SMART goals: Specific Overly vague goals are… Read more »

RPC’s Job Interview Checklist

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Once you’ve finally made it to the point in your job search progress where your hard work is paying off and interview offers are coming your way, the pressure is on. You can alleviate some of your pre-interview jitters by being as prepared as possible and feeling more in control. Ace your interview by reviewing… Read more »

Show You’re Grateful For Your Employees’ Hard Work

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Your employees’ hard work each day is what keeps your call center running smoothly and your customers satisfied. And although they are being compensated for their effort, going out of your way to express your appreciation for your employees can increase morale, job satisfaction, retention, and productivity. Show you’re grateful for your employees’ hard work… Read more »

Hiring Tips that Reduce Firing

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Hiring Tips that Reduce Firing

Warehouses rely on consistency in order to stay on track, and dealing with regular turnover can wreck your team’s output. Firing workers can be necessary, but if it happens often, it may be time to review your hiring practices to see if there is a way to make them more likely to predict success. Avoid… Read more »

Why Your First Day at a New Job is Like Your First Day at School

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Before the first day at a new job, even seasoned professionals who are confident in their skills and qualifications may find themselves dealing with anxiety that takes them back in time and mimic the jitters before the first day of school. It makes sense, as both situations involve many unknown variables in an environment that… Read more »

These Common Email Faux Pas Are Making You Look Unprofessional

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The higher your climb up the professional ladder in terms of seniority, the more important it is to be cognizant of your image in the workplace. Beyond the results you produce, colleagues and those at a more senior level form their impression of you according to how you present yourself – particularly through your communication… Read more »

Non-Traditional Perks that Attract Talented Employees

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Every small business owner would love to be able to offer the kinds of perks that make companies famous, like onsite gyms, day care centers, food courts, and endless free parking. If you’re a small to mid-sized organization or a start-up, you may not have what it takes to add these kinds of luxury amenities,… Read more »

Does Your New Hire Have Growth Potential?

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You like your front running candidate. She’s smart, self-motivated, and holds all the skill sets she needs to step into the job in question. She’s also pleasant to speak to and seems easy to get along with. All evidence suggests that she’ll hit the ground running and thrive in the position she’s applying for right… Read more »

Career Objectives for Loan Officers

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Of course becoming a loan officer can bring plenty of perks. After all, this career field is growing rapidly in almost every area of the country, the pay is more than reasonable, and there are few things more rewarding than helping a small business owner launch a new enterprise or placing a family into the… Read more »