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Posted February 24, 2015 by

Eat, Drink, and Stay Professional at Office Events

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I’m sure you can think of at least one story, involving you or someone else, in which an employee had one too many drinks at a company function and was the subject of a great deal of gossip afterwards.

It can be hard to know whether or not it’s cool to knock one back at a work party, especially if you’re new to that particular business or are fresh out of college, where drinking at social events was the norm. Some work cultures are more laid back than others, and you may feel pressured to have at least one beer or glass of wine at a company event.

This can be a huge problem for some of us who tend to make some not-so-great decisions when we drink. While embarrassing moments make for great stories in college, they can have negative implications on your career. (more…)

Posted July 09, 2014 by

Interviewing for Jobs, College Graduates? Be Sure to Develop Chemistry

When interviewing for jobs, college graduates must make sure they develop chemistry with the interviewer.  Learn how they can do so in the following post.

In a world where the building of relationships are vital to our professional success, what does it take to get to win a job interview? Chemistry. That’s not to say that you don’t need some basic skills and/or experience for most jobs – but usually by the time you get to the interview, you’ve been screened for that at

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Posted February 10, 2014 by

Issues with Coworkers on Recent Graduate Jobs? How to Handle Them

On their recent graduate jobs, young professionals may encounter some problems with coworkers at some point.  How they handle them will demonstrate what type of people they are.  In the following post, get some tips on dealing with colleagues in a professional manner.

Have you ever had to confront a colleague or teammate? How did you manage to express yourself? Was the result as you expected? Communication is everything. (Click here to tweet this thought.) Your career can be shaped by how you deal with a dispute, confrontation or crisis. Spontaneous, heated squabbles damage your credibility and respect. While

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Posted August 06, 2013 by

Entry Level Job Seekers May Work for Private Employers Cooperating with Healthcare Reform

If you are searching for an entry level job or other position, your potential employer may be a participant in healthcare reform.  Learn more in the following post.

By Rob Starr, Content Manager Big4.com Given the background leading to its implementation, it’s no wonder PwC’s Ken Esch, a partner with PwC’s Private Company Services practice was admittedly a little taken aback when PwC’s latest Trendsetter Barometer Survey reported 56% of private companies were already complying with the

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