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The Future is Now: How to Dazzle Potential Employers in Video Interviews

Posted June 20, 2016 in Interviewing
Because of this shift in interview style, there are some important dos and don’ts to consider when interview through video. Many of these are things you would not ever consider when preparing for a traditional face-to-face interview, or even a telephone interview.
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Enjoy Your Stay: Have a Long, Rewarding Career in Hotel and Hospitality

Posted June 07, 2016 in Career Advice, Career Choices
Do you consider yourself a people person? Do you enjoy organization? Do you want a career with tonnes of opportunities, a wide variety of tasks and duties, and the ability to grow and develop within a company? A career in hotel or hospitality might be for you.
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Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) – For a Happy, Healthy Workplace

Posted May 16, 2016 in In the Workplace
Good employers know that the best way to keep the staff happy and combat negativity in the workplace is to offer support when needed. While many of us are friendly with our co-workers, we don’t always know what’s going on in their personal lives – and that’s okay. There are many stresses – inside and outside of the workplace – that can affect our ability to do our jobs well. While there are things you may feel comfortable talking about with your co-workers and superiors, there are other topics that you might not want to freely discuss. This is where Employee Assistance Programs come in.
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Making the Cut: Training to Be a Hairstylist

Posted April 18, 2016 in Career Advice, Career Choices
You may have heard this before: ‘get a job in the trades – that’s where the jobs are!’ And you might have been thinking, ‘wait – I don’t want to be a plumber or mechanic!’ While the stereotypical images tradespeople are those working in construction, automotive, and industrial fields, there are also service industry trades, such as chef, baker, or hairstylist
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How to Answer: “How Much Do You Want?”

Posted April 12, 2016 in Interviewing
Ask for too much and you might not get an offer; ask for too little and you could be kicking yourself for years. Under-negotiating your salary today has an impact on your lifetime earnings, because all future raises will be based on a lower starting point.
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Surviving and Thriving through that First Week at Your New Job

Posted April 04, 2016 in In the Workplace, Career Advice
You got the job! Congratulations! This is a huge accomplishment and you should be proud of yourself. Whether you’re starting your first job, or are changing jobs later in life, the first week will no doubt be an adjustment
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