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Stay Alert! Get Job Postings in Your Inbox

Posted November 22, 2016 in Job Hunting
If you are looking to simplify your job search and stay up-to-date on new job postings it’s a good idea to set up job alerts. Job alerts are email notifications that arrive in your inbox whenever a job that fits your search criteria becomes available. You can set up your search parameters to focus on specific titles or go broader with industry specific searches. Rather than logging on every day to perform a search, the job board will pluck out jobs that fit and email them to you.
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Eat, Drink, and Be Merry…in Moderation: Surviving Your Work Holiday Party

Posted October 31, 2016 in In the Workplace
While everyone loves a good party – a chance to loosen up and have some fun – it’s important that when you’re attending a work function you maintain a professional demeanor. i.e.: Don’t do anything you will regret come Monday morning.
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‘Tis the Season to Earn Some Extra Money

Posted October 12, 2016 in Job Hunting
As the holiday season approaches many retailers are looking for temporary employees to help handle the increased traffic during this busy time of year. From October to New Year’s, shops will be displaying and moving more product, and restaurants will be hosting and serving more people. If you’re looking to make some extra money, or gain more job experience, these types of jobs are perfect; however they do have their drawbacks.
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You Have the Right to a Safe Work Environment

Posted September 16, 2016 in Workplace Legal
With so many different types of jobs out there, what’s considered safe in one vocation might be considered risky at another – it’s all a matter of what precautions your employer is taking to ensure the workforce safe. If something in your workplace doesn’t feel right to you, don’t be silent. It’s important to protect yourself by voicing your opinion when something doesn’t feel safe
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The Pros and Cons of Working While in School

Posted September 06, 2016 in Career Advice, Career Choices
When it comes to working while in school, there’s no right or wrong way to go about it. What’s important is that you weigh the positives against the negatives to decide if it’s worth it for you
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When it Comes to Selecting Job References, Choose Wisely

Posted August 23, 2016 in Interviewing
The job application and interview process can be overwhelming! After carefully crafting your resume and cover letter, preparing for the interview is the next step. While choosing a professional outfit, and researching the employer are important, you must also be prepared to provide the interviewer with job references.
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