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Posted May 03, 2013 by

Employees with Jobs for Recent College Graduates, Don’t Be Pushed Around

No one, including those with jobs for recent college graduates, should take being pushed around in the workplace.  In the following post, learn how to stand up for yourself.

Have you been asked one too many times to perform work you didn’t feel comfortable with? How about working late or coming in on a weekend? Chances are you can remember something you didn’t have the skills for or didn’t have the time, energy or aspirations to do. I was in this situation recently. I


How to Stop Being a Pushover at Work

Posted April 12, 2013 by

Why You Should Dress Your Desk for Success

Do you want to create a better office space?  If so, check out the following post for some advice.

Your desk is your haven, your personal launch pad for brilliance and all the amazing gems you drop during the day. It’s also what everyone sees when they step into your cube or office, not to mention a representation of you when you’re not there. People who walk by look at it

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Posted March 26, 2013 by

How to Become a Star Performer at Work

In order to be the best you can be on the job, you must have the desire to be.  The following post has tips for anyone who needs some motivation.

The first question my boss asked me was, “What makes our best guys perform so well?” I thought it was a rhetorical question, so I waited for him to continue. After all, what did I know? I’d just started two days earlier. It turns out the answer

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How to Become a Star Performer at Work

Posted March 25, 2013 by

Don’t Quit Your Job Just Because You Want To

While you may want to just walk away from your current job, that may not be the best idea at the moment.  The following post has some things you should think about before quitting your job.

Are you fed up with your job? Dreaming of quitting? I’ve been there. I quit my first full-time job two short months after my start date. I’m pretty sure my parents felt this the way one would feel an impending apocalypse. I quit because I didn’t like the job. I was bored. There weren’t any windows. I

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