Career Advice

How to Know What Shift Works Best for You

When you're choosing a new job, you might have a little bit of difficulty deciding which shift is right for you. These are some tips on deciding the best shift for yourself so that you can let your employer know:

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What to Do if Your Bereavement Leave Just Isn't Long Enough

Everyone has to deal with losing a loved one at some point or another. In that case, you might need to take a bereavement or responsibility leave. You will be entitled to at least three days of paid leave if you've been employed for at least four months and work at least four days a week.

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How to Handle a Job Rejection

Being turned down for a job can make you feel like you got hit by a truck. It can cause you to deflate and demotivate if you're not careful to manage the after-effects well. The following are some tips for getting through a job rejection:

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How to Improve Your Sales if You're not Outgoing

It can be difficult trying to work a sales job if you're not an outgoing person. Adjusting to the higher level of communication can be downright frightening if you're on the shy side. The following are some tips that might help you advance your sales career even if you're not outgoing.

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How to Understand and Avoid Microaggressions in the Workplace

In the last few years, the term microaggression has been brought to the public consciousness and for good reason. The term accurately describes the infinite ways in which people are made to feel awkward, criticized, and/or ostracized for their race, orientation, age, gender, or disability.

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