What Micromanaging Really Does to a Team

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Most people don’t enjoy having someone watch over their shoulder when they’re trying to work. But many managers do just that—and not with bad intentions. They want to make sure their employees are performing their jobs correctly so they can put the company in the best possible position for success. But there’s a downside. And… Read more »

How to Get New Ideas Implemented with an Old Team

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Workplaces are changing so quickly in the modern business landscape. If it isn’t a completely new operating system, it’s a new software or channel for communication. It’s more than understandable why some employees want to go back to the way things were when they were simpler, or keep things the same now while they have… Read more »

3 Ways to Prove Your Work Ethic During an Interview

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How to nail an interview is a tricky thing. Each interview is a unique situation, and most of them are too short to truly display all of your talents as a professional. One thing that isn’t unique across the business world is that every company is looking for hard workers. There is no perfect employee,… Read more »

5 Tips to Improve Your Health at Work

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We dedicate so much of our lives to our careers. Forty plus hours a week and a great deal of stress and anxiety go into our jobs. It’s so easy to get wrapped up in your work life that you forget the importance of your own health and wellness. With a little conscious effort, it’s… Read more »

How To Tell If You Are In The Right Job

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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 »

How To Pull Yourself Out Of A Career Rut

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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 »

Think SMART: Professional Goal Setting Made Easy

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It sounds easy enough. You point in the direction of your dreams and say “that’s where I’m headed” and you’re on your way, right? It’s a good start, but what you have just done is activated a vision, not a goal. Your vision for your career is the overarching picture or idea of what you’d… Read more »