October 30, 2018

Do you suffer from a mental health condition such as PTSD, depression or anxiety? Ever wonder if you have any legal rights concerning your condition at work?

June 20, 2018

Stress is a fact of life for all of us. In small doses, our bodies and minds are able to function and flourish just fine. The problems begin when we start to experience large amounts of stress, or small amounts over an extended period of time. A good example of this can be demonstrated by imagining you extending your arms out with a glass of water in each hand. This activity shou...

June 12, 2018

Have you ever felt like you were going to explode at work? Have you ever wondered how you were going to make it until the end of the day? Well it turns out that you are not alone in those feelings. Many of your coworkers share your frustrations at the office. The question is why are we getting so angry, and what can be done about it?

The first thing to acknowledge is that EVERYONE...

June 7, 2018

In this modern age of multi-platform computing, Wi-Fi access and cloud storage, more and more companies are allowing their employees and contractors to work from home.The question is how do you, as a work from home kind of person, make the most of it? Regardless if you are a student doing long-distance learning or an employee/contractor doing business off-site, here are some help...

May 31, 2018

How do you take your career to the next level? Regardless of whether you are a business owner, self-employed or a job seeker, you NEED to know how to market yourself. Here are some winning strategies to building a presence and establishing your expertise. The best part is that it’s FREE!

  1. Share your knowledge.
    Identify your areas of interest and knowledge, and write, write,...

May 24, 2018

The best way to handle anxiety is to manage it when you first start to experience it. By recognizing the signs of its approach, you can begin managing its symptoms earlier and reduce the impact of its experience.

May 19, 2018

Dress appropriately to match the company’s dress code. When introducing yourself, make eye contact and provide a firm handshake.

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