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How to Ace an Interview?

Are you nervous? Do you have a big interview with the company you have been thriving to join? It’s pretty normal that...

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Should I quit my job?

“I hate my job! Should I quit?” We have thought these words, or even uttered them out loud, several times in the course of our careers. Most of the time, this sentiment can come from a place of temporary resentment. Maybe a great plan bit the dust, or hard work went...

Work smart, not hard: How to increase productivity

We always hear that we should work smarter, not harder: usually from people who manage to get a lot done in just a few hours. For a lot of us, a single task can take a lot more time. Some feel accomplished in the end of the work day, while others clock out...

Clocking out: The benefits of detachment

Clock out time. The work day is over and the office is closed, yet your mind is still in full blown work mode. Sound familiar? Everyone has gone through this at some point. It can be so easy to get caught up in our daily errands and work responsibilities. In a...

Your digital footprint – Part 5 :The modern resume

As we continue examining the Digital Footprint, we'd like to take a look at one of the most important elements a job-seeker has at his or her disposal: the 21st Century Resume. All job seekers need a well-crafted resume that highlights their skills, experience and...

Your digital footprint – Part 3: A personal website

In this Digital Footprint series, we've already mentioned that it's important to build a compelling and engaging LinkedIn profile. But have you ever considered adding a personal website as a means of self-promotion? Let's face it. The job market is very competitive...

Defining your career – Chapter 3

The third career stage and final chapter of your career is passing the torch. These are the last years of your career, where retirement is fast approaching, but this last stage of one's career can be both fulfilling and enduring. This is another third career stage...

Is your job in jeopardy?

Most employees are often concerned, even if they don’t admit it, about job security. But sometimes your gut instinct will tell you that something really is wrong, especially during situations like when your participation in meetings is no longer welcomed or needed, or...