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Career Advice

Why All Young Professionals Should Feel Appreciated in the Workplace

by / ⠀Career Advice / May 23, 2022
No matter where we go, we all like to feel that we belong. Your career should be no different; you should feel appreciated in the workplace.

Would your employees say that they feel appreciated in the workplace? Not when they’re talking to you…but when they are talking to those closest to them? These days, it seems as though everyone is leaving their jobs. Many say they’ve grown tired of low pay and poor treatment by management or customers. In March of 2022, 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs. Where are these people going? Everyone…

Employee Health: Why Support Is Critical for Worker Retention

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness / May 20, 2022
Sometimes workers get sick, and that's perfectly okay because it happens to all of us. Learn what you can do to shore up employee health.

Employee health and well-being are probably one the most important things to take care of. Whether you are a worker or a boss, sooner or later, you will get sick or injured and need to take a couple of days off to get better. Focusing on employee health helps keep your employees happily working for you over the long haul. This just makes sense. Someone is sick and…

5 Things to Build a Great Company Culture

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / May 20, 2022
Need help growing and cultivating a great company culture? Most managers do! Here are some things to keep in mind as you grow your team.

Having a thriving, great company culture takes time to grow. So…do you have a “green thumb” for this? You’re might be wondering what exactly “company culture” is. No, it’s not something you’ll find in a petri dish. Instead, the company culture is the purpose, expectations, and ethics of a business workspace. It doesn’t matter if you have one other employee or a thousand employees. Culture is always a…

Three Successful Businesses Created After Owners Served Jail Time

by / ⠀Career Advice Entrepreneurship / May 19, 2022
Not many know that several successful business owners previously spent time in jail. Here are three stories that can inspire transformation.

We’ve all heard countless stories of businessmen going bankrupt and losing the will to put in the effort to turn their lives around. However, it may surprise you to know how many billionaires have served time in jail. Famous names — including Steve Madden, Billy McFarland, Tim Allen, and Martha Stewart— have faced imprisonment at various points. But many of them were found guilty after they made it…

Leadership Style Tweaks: 7 Possible Reasons You’re Not All You Could Be

by / ⠀Career Advice / May 18, 2022
Are you struggling to lead your organization to success? Read on to learn the seven reasons your leadership style is not all it could be.

As a leader, you are responsible for setting an example for your team. Likewise, you need to be active and vocal when it comes to showing passion for and dedication to your work. Similarly, you must be willing to put in the extra effort to achieve success. However, there are times when your leadership style falls short and requires a few tweaks. Left unaddressed, your team may well…

Coworker Spreading Rumors: 3 Ways to Handle Gossip

by / ⠀Career Advice / May 16, 2022
Is there a coworker spreading rumors about you in the office? Want to deal with them professionally? Here are three ways to do just that.

If you’ve ever been the victim of gossip at work, you know how painful it can be. It’s hard to focus on your tasks when you’re dealing with a coworker spreading rumors around the office. More than 90% of workplace talk is in the form of gossip so know that you’re not alone. It can be tough when your colleagues start gossiping about you — it makes you…

How Post-Pandemic Leadership Will Look

by / ⠀Career Advice / May 13, 2022
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Hybrid leadership employment is here to stay, and ditto for the great resignation. And don’t forget luxury retail leadership. As per Microsoft’s 2022 Work Trend Index Survey, issued this week, the number of people who want to switch to hybrid work has risen to 53%. Also, 52% of those polled want to change occupations in the next three years. We are rapidly approaching the end of the era…

7 Signs of a Toxic Work Environment…and What To Do

by / ⠀Career Advice / May 11, 2022
Signs of a Toxic Work Environment

It’s no secret that being in a toxic work environment can be incredibly frustrating and even damaging. Unfortunately, many people fail to identify the signs of a toxic work environment and continue working there for years. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, embattled, or just not enjoying your work anymore, it might be time to take a look around and observe. There are several signs that your workplace could be…

Evaluating Whether to Leave or Stay in a Toxic Work Environment

by / ⠀Career Advice / May 11, 2022
If your job has become unbearable due to its toxic work environment, read on to evaluate whether it's time to leave your job or stay put.

Do you feel like you’re constantly battling against an oppressive and toxic work environment? Is it causing physical or mental health problems, or is it just not stimulating your creative side? If you are feeling this way, it might be time to evaluate your situation and decide whether or not to stay or leave. It can be daunting to stand up to your co-workers and bosses when everything…

How to Stop an Office Bully…and Why It’s Important You Do So

by / ⠀Career Advice / May 10, 2022
Are you a victim of office bullying? Is it bringing down your productivity? Read on to know exactly how and why you can stop an office bully.

If you’re a victim of an office bully, you don’t have to be alone. According to a recent study by WBI, almost 20% of Americans experience bullying in the workplace. And that doesn’t even include the countless number of people who don’t report it for fear of reprisal. Sadly, not many try to stop an office bully. Bullying in the workplace can be extremely destructive, and it can…

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