Pick Yourself Up by Eating These Healthy Snacks

Pick Yourself Up by Eating These Healthy Snacks

Eating healthy is an important factor if you want to have a productive day at work. While sugary snacks and drinks do provide a quick boost of energy, it doesn’t take long for that energy to burn out, leaving you groggy and unmotivated. On the other hand, healthier foods provide you with energy that actually lasts…

Effective Ways to Cut Down on Energy Use at Work

Effective Ways to Cut Down on Energy Use at Work

If you work at an office, you should do what you can to conserve energy at work. Any energy you waste during the day increases your company’s electric bill and wasting energy is also very harmful to the environment. Use these tips and tricks to keep energy consumption down during your workday.

How to Prepare for an Interview

How to Prepare for an Interview

If you want to apply for a new job, you have to be ready to speak with a job recruiter. During an interview, your goal is to convince a company’s staff that you have the skills required to effectively do the job you are applying for. First impressions are everything to job recruiters, so use these tips to get ready…

Tips for Group Project Success

Tips for Group Project Success

Projects that involve working as a group should benefit everyone involved since each member in the group can work on different tasks at the same time. These projects promote skills such as leadership, and should help office workers learn how to cooperate with each other. However, if the group members are not able to…

How to Ask for Flexible Hours

How to Ask for Flexible Hours

Employers have become focused on employee wellness and have offered employees the opportunity to create a schedule that works best for them. This has been a growing trend throughout the workforce. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately a quarter of U.S. employers offer flexible scheduling.

Resume Do’s and Don’ts

Resume Do’s and Don’ts

When was the last time you made changes to your résumé? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employees spend an average of four years in their current role. If you haven’t switched jobs in a while, your résumé content and format might be out of date. Here are a few do’s and don’ts to update your résumé.