These Qualities Are Used to Determine If You’re a Good Team Member at Work

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Whether you’re looking for a new job or simply want to improve your performance in your current role, your traits matter. Hiring managers often seek out candidates with qualities that show they’re team players. Additionally, professionals that thrive when it comes to teamwork are usually more respected, appreciated, and valued, both by their managers and… Read more »

The Benefits of Building & Maintaining Positive Relationships at Work

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In many cases, it may seem that the quality of your workplace relationships isn’t vital as long as they aren’t negative or toxic. However, that isn’t usually the case. Building and maintaining positive relationships at work comes with benefits, allowing you to navigate your workplace with greater ease or even boosting your career. If you’re… Read more »

What You Can Do to Support Employees’ Mental Health

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Supporting employee mental health is essential for all companies. By doing so, you create a supportive, positive culture that actively strives to ensure all workers thrive, both in and out of the workplace. Plus, it reduces the odds of burnout, boosts morale, and increases productivity, making it a boon for employers, too. While it may… Read more »

Remote Work in Tampa Bay

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On an almost hourly basis we speak to Tampa Bay based candidates who tell us they are unemployed and will NOT, under any circumstances, come back to work unless the position is 100% fully remote. We are not alone in hearing that, I’m sure. Recent data backs our conversations up. Flexjobs released a report that… Read more »

The Polite Way to Disagree with Your Coworkers

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Most professionals actively strive to avoid all conflicts in the workplace. However, there are times when disagreeing isn’t just going to happen; it’s an outright necessity. Seeing a situation differently can lead to innovation and improved problem-solving. As a result, the occasional disagreement can actually be a positive. However, you need to ensure that you… Read more »

Do You Have Clear Career Goals? Here’s Why You Should.

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Most professionals have heard that setting goals is a critical part of success. However, many choose not to formalize their goals, a move that potentially leaves them at a disadvantage. Whether it’s overarching goals for your career or objectives for projects, goal-setting is a potent tool. Along with making it easier to focus your energies,… Read more »

Everyone Needs a Cheerleader!

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Let’s be real for a second, for most people, the last two years have been challenging and traumatic. Between the pandemic itself and the economic disaster it created, our lives have had more drama and stress than is normal. As I write this today, our future is no less cloudy than it was 6 months… Read more »

How To Utilize Personal Courage At Work

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Personal courage is a necessity when you are dealing with conflict in the workplace. While conflict is often avoidable, sometimes you can’t fix the problem that way. Tapping into your own personal courage can help you resolve conflict at work and have better relationships with your colleagues. All in all, being able to solve problems… Read more »

Tips On Dealing With an Employee’s Negative Attitude

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Negativity can spread in the workplace like a disease. One single negative employee can impact your business’s productivity, employee morale, and even retention rates. Here are some tips on dealing with an employee’s negative attitude.  Look for the Cause   To solve a problem with a negative employee, you need to understand where those feelings are… Read more »

The Best Career Advice You Probably Haven’t Heard Yet

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We all got a lot of career advice while we were growing up. We were told to work hard, be nice, and get good grades so that one day our “hard work would pay off.” There is a lot of advice on success that no one ever told us though. These are the best pieces… Read more »