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Sunday Night Blues? Focus on Work-Life Balance Over the Weekend
By Sammi Caramela | September 12, 2017

Don't waste your Sunday nights dreading the work week ahead. Here's how to prep yourself for Monday morning while still enjoying your weekend.

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Following Up the Right Way After Your Job Interview
By Saige Driver | August 30, 2017

Anxious to hear back from the hiring manager after a job interview? Here's how to follow up politely and professionally.

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7 Simple Scientific Ways to Be Less Stressed at Work
By Sammi Caramela | August 29, 2017

Feeling stressed and overwhelmed at your job? Science can help. Follow these scientifically proven ways to relax at work.

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Should You Let Your Employees Work From Home?
By Adryan Corcione | August 18, 2017

Telecommuting is an increasingly popular perk for modern office jobs, but is it right for your team? Here's how to decide.

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The 10 Best Jobs for the Future
By Jennifer Post | August 16, 2017

Planning to look for a new job soon? The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects these 10 industries to grow dramatically between now and 2024.

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7 Tips for Writing a Great Cover Letter
By Sammi Caramela | August 16, 2017

Don't underestimate the importance of a cover letter. Follow these tips to make a great first impression.

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6 Interview Skills That Will Get You Hired
By Paula Fernandes | August 10, 2017

Want to ace your next job interview? Brush up on these interviewing skills to impress the hiring manager.

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Moving Up: Interviewing for a Job Within Your Current Company
By Nicole Fallon | August 02, 2017

Your next job opportunity can come from your existing company. Whether it's for a promotion or a cross-department move, here's how to handle an internal job interview.

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Freelancing 101: What Every Potential Freelancer Should Know
By Adryan Corcione | August 02, 2017

If you're trying to get work as a freelancer, here are nine important things you should know about the current freelance market.

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Green Offices Are No Longer The Exception, They're a Competitive Must
By Adam Uzialko | July 11, 2017

Green building has become the norm for the construction industry. LEED certification is becoming standard for major markets, and a competitive must.

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Despite Gig Economy Challenges, Self-Employment Continues to Grow
By Chad Brooks | July 02, 2017

The number of independent workers increased by 2.8 percent from a year ago and is expected to continuing growing over the next five years. See why more professionals are choosing to work on their own.

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Writing a Book? How to Self-Publish
By Sammi Caramela | June 17, 2017

Are you considering self-publishing your business book? Here's what you need to know about the process.

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Work-Life Balance Is Improving Thanks to Supportive Managers
By Chad Brooks | June 14, 2017

Most employees think their work-life balance has improved over the past several years. Read more to find out what could be responsible for the improvement.

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Read a Book! It's Good for Your Career
By Sammi Caramela | June 12, 2017

Time spent with your nose in a book is not time wasted. In fact, it's productive. Find out how reading can benefit you in your career.

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Professionalism Isn't Dead! Keep Your Casual Workplace Classy
By Nicole Fallon | June 07, 2017

Your workplace may be casual, but that doesn't mean professionalism should go out the window. Here's how to maintain professional standards among employees.

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7 Ways to Embrace Hygge at Work
By Sammi Caramela | June 06, 2017

Your workspace shouldn't have a mundane atmosphere. Bring the comfort of your home to your office with the Danish concept of hygge.

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Office Crush? Tips for an Appropriate Work Romance
By Jennifer Post | June 03, 2017

Romantic relationships are bound to spring up in any workplace. Here's how to make sure in-office romances remain professional and appropriate.

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How to Negotiate With Your Co-Workers
By Karina Fabian | May 13, 2017

Negotiation doesn't just happen with external business partners. Here's how to successfully negotiate in tough work situations with your peers.

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5 Things You Should Never Put in Your Cover Letter
By Paula Fernandes | May 01, 2017

Making any of these cover letter mistakes are likely to land your resume in the trash.

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7 Career Strategies for When You're in Between Jobs
By Nicole Fallon | April 12, 2017

Whether you were laid off or are in between contracts, here are some smart career strategies to help you get to the next opportunity.

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10 Fictional Companies We Love and Wish Were Real
By Shannon Gausepohl | April 08, 2017

What if you could try a Krabby Patty or sip coffee at Central Perk? We wish these fictional businesses actually existed.

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Keep It Clean: What Does Your Desk Say About You?
By Chad Brooks | March 27, 2017

A messy desk is what bosses find most annoying and distracting about an employee's workspace. OfficeTeam offers several tips for creating a workspace that leaves a good impression.

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In a Career Rut? 5 Ways to Achieve Your Work Goals
By Paula Fernandes | March 20, 2017

If you're finding yourself stuck in your current career, you don't have to settle. Follow these steps to launch your career on a promising new trajectory.

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Screwed Up at Work? How to Keep Your Job and Move Forward
By Karina Fabian | March 17, 2017

Everybody makes mistakes, even on the job. Here are some tips for getting past a bad performance and on the road to future successes.

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Could March Madness Boost Employee Morale in the Office?
By Chad Brooks | March 15, 2017

While March Madness could cost employers billions of dollars in lost productivity, it also serves as an opportunity to boost employee morale.

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The 10 Best Jobs for Persuaders
By Chad Brooks | March 10, 2017

Employees who are confident, outgoing and thrive in risky situations are considered persuaders. Many of the best jobs for persuaders are business oriented and in leadership positions.

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Everything You Need to Know About Job Searching in the Digital Age
By Jennifer Post | March 10, 2017

Applying to jobs online can be overwhelming. Prepare yourself with our digital job search guide.

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Get Moving! 3 Ways to Stay Active in the Office
By Sammi Caramela | February 28, 2017

Sit at a desk all day? Here are a few ways to get moving and ward off the ill effects of a sedentary lifestyle.

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Attention Freelancers! 15 Great Websites for Finding Work
By Sammi Caramela | February 28, 2017

Looking for freelance work in your area of expertise? Try one of these websites offering freelance work opportunities.

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4 Workplace Issues That Make Your Employees Less Productive
By Sammi Caramela | February 28, 2017

Are your office policies and design hurting your team? A new study revealed the top four workplace issues impacting productivity.