How to Deal with Negative Coworkers All Day

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Even if you love your job, negative coworkers can make you dread coming in every day. It can be exhausting to deal with a constant onslaught of negativity, bringing down your mood and harming morale throughout the team. Luckily, there are things you can do to handle negative coworkers. Here are four examples of issues… Read more »


Do’s & Don’ts of Hiring Seasonal Employees

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Many companies need to bring on contingent workers to deal with seasonal upswings in demand. It ensures that the business can meets its productivity goals during peak seasons, giving them access to short-term team members just for the period where they are needed. By understanding the do’s and don’ts of hiring seasonal employees, you can… Read more »


Don’t Be Afraid to Leave a Job You Hate

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Many professionals assume that, if they ended up in a job they genuinely despised, they’d be able to walk away with ease. However, that often isn’t the case. Even if the idea of staying in that position is terrifying, the thought of leaving can be just as scary. After all, making a change means venturing… Read more »


New Roles for HR in the Pharmaceutical Industry

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Over recent years, the pharmaceutical industry has largely flourished. However, since the labor market has also tightened dramatically, human resources (HR) departments have seen their workloads and responsibilities change. Not only is HR responsible for recruitment, but it is also involved in overcoming a variety of personnel-related challenges. This includes everything from ensuring compliance to… Read more »


What to Expect in Your Technical Interview

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If you are an IT professional looking for a new position, there is a good chance that you’ll need to take part in a technical interview. Technical interviews are different from traditional interviews. They are a rigorous process where you have to demonstrate your skills in front of the hiring manager, solving problems, and explaining… Read more »


How to Know Your Worth Before Heading into a Salary Negotiation

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Before you head into your next salary negotiation, it’s important to know what your skills and experience are worth. Many professionals struggle to get an accurate estimate, either because they don’t know where to look or make inappropriate comparisons.  Luckily, it is possible to get a solid grasp on your worth. Here’s how.  Know What… Read more »


Beat the Heat with These Helpful Safety Tips

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This year, many areas of the country have already been dealing with abnormally high heat. High temperatures can be fatal. Hundreds of people die from heat-related conditions each and every year, and many more are sickened by the high temperatures. The vast majority of these deaths and illnesses are completely preventable.  By taking the proper precautions, it is possible… Read more »


5 Strategies for Managing Workplace Conflict

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Conflicts occur in every workplace. Even if the company has a positive culture and the teams are strong, not everyone is going to agree all of the time. Plus, a small misunderstanding can balloon into a major issue, particularly if it is not properly addressed.  Luckily, it is possible to manage workplace conflict effectively. Here… Read more »


How to Innovate

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Businesses are always looking for new ideas. Creativity and innovation are at a premium. And there is no lack of information out there on how to improve creativity or how to be more innovative. Much scientific research has been devoted to the problem as well. And this research has found that creativity and innovation is… Read more »


Turn Your Contingent Workers into Top Performers

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Whether your business has predictable seasonal needs, is taking on a large project, or is experiencing an unexpected uptick in required output, sometimes bringing in contingent workers is the best course of action. However, it can be challenging to figure out exactly how to turn these temporary employees into top performers within your workplace since… Read more »