Stay focused and organized with everything you need at your fingertips. Save yourself the headache of a disorganized workspace and refresh your desk with these practical 10 tips.
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To dispel this stereotype and strengthen millennial interpersonal skills, avoid these four modern communication mishaps.
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While spreading kindness is good, it’s better to find simple ideas on a daily basis. Here are 5 ways you can carry on workplace goodwill, even after World Kindness Day
Collaboration between colleagues in the workplace is encouraged and one of the best places to accomplish this is around food.
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Offering quality coffee at work can result in healthier, happier, and more productive employees. On the 29th, take a moment to appreciate your java of choice. Partake in the nationwide celebration by posting a photo of your mocha, French press, cold brew, double espresso shot, or a mug of classic drip coffee on social media with #NationalCoffeeDay in your caption.
When we make mistakes in the workplace, it says more about how we fix them than the actual mistake itself. For National Courtesy Month, we are sharing a two-blog series on how to recover from accidents that happen at work.
We all know the saying, “nobody is perfect,” but in the workplace we aim to be. In honor of National Courtesy Month, here are five polite ways to recover from mistakes within the workplace.
When choosing what to wear remember clothing is a prime example of indirect communication, and can make or break a first impression.
Developing a resume that showcases your international savvy and cross-cultural expertise will set you apart as a dynamic candidate qualified to work with diverse clientele.
Wherever you may apply, keep these tips in mind when writing an internationally-bound cover letter.