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Losing your best employee can shake even the most stable of organizations. This is especially the case if it comes out of nowhere. Don’t be blindsided by this massive loss and watch for these four signs that your best employee is losing interest. Knowing that an employee is unsatisfied may not keep them from leaving,… Read more »

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Remember the days when the best tips for finding a job were: Spell everything right on your resume, have great references and give the interviewer a firm handshake? Nowadays you’re lucky if you can get the attention of recruiters, let alone be invited to an interview. Standing out in the application process is becoming a… Read more »

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Developing doubts about your job from time to time is completely normal. With the hundreds of call-center jobs in Atlanta, Administrative jobs in Augusta, Athens customer service openings and Accounting jobs in Savannah, it’s easy to wonder, “Is my job right for me?” Surely you can find a job that pays better, provides a more… Read more »

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The culture of your company is what propels your brand further in your industry. It’s your identity to your competition, employees and consumers. It’s what separates you from being, “Just another name” as opposed to, “The eco-friendly company” or “The socially responsible organization.” Creating a company culture based on the values and initiatives that you… Read more »

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Most professionals experience a career rut at some point in their lives. Whether they feel underpaid, underappreciated or underutilized, workers start to feel stuck in a perpetual tunnel with the light becoming harder and harder to see the more they stay in the same position, year after year. This trapped feeling has U.S. workers feeling… Read more »

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Having an effective customer service initiative is becoming increasingly difficult. Consumer values and ideals are shifting faster than ever before. This is why it is so important to keep your standards of customer service high so you’re not trying to run a marathon when you can barely make it through a mile without stopping. No… Read more »

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Looking for jobs can take a toll on any jobseeker. You scour job boards, fine-tune your resume, write a stunning cover letter, speak with someone at the company and alas, no offer. You’re following all the expert to-dos about how to job search like a pro, and it isn’t enough. Perhaps it’s time to look… Read more »

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Have you personally liked and admired every person you have worked with and for? Chances are, you haven’t! It’s perfectly natural. We’re all unique, and our personalities will conflict with colleagues and managers throughout our whole careers. However, it poses a unique challenge when you manage someone you don’t like. How can you lead, coach,… Read more »

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Procrastination is a productivity killer. You may have seen the articles that cite procrastination as a motivating factor for those who work well under pressure but the fact is and that the problems associated with procrastination far outweigh any perceived benefits. Use the following tips to quit procrastinating and start excelling in your career. Procrastination… Read more »