Easy Ways to Relax Before You Walk into Your Job Interview

Regardless of whether it’s your first or your hundredth, an interview is one of the most stressful situations in life. The apprehension around a job interview is understandable, and it’s normal for a looming interview to generate a cycle of anxiety and self-doubt. While this may be typical, it’s in no way inescapable. Consider the… Read more »

Unite Your Team by Understanding Generational Differences

A major challenge for any company leader is how to efficiently manage various generations. Many Baby Boomers are now working past retirement age and millennials are continuing to enter the workforce. Add in Generation X, and the results are massive differences in values and work habits that are becoming progressively more pronounced. Business leaders also… Read more »

What Your Established Business Will Learn from Adopting a Start Up Mentality

Start-up companies may get a lot of headlines related to company culture and their tech-savvy workforce, but these companies are also showing established businesses that the right mentality is key to success. Consider the following successful start-up practices and how you might incorporate them into your established business. Talk to Potential Customers Due to their… Read more »

The Most Effective Way to Reset Your Professional Goals for 2019

As we kick off 2019, it’s typical to think about the year that’s just passed. When doing this, some people might suddenly realize 2018 was the year they overlooked their career goals. There are a couple big reasons why this happens. First, it’s easy to concentrate so much on personal things that work takes a… Read more »

3 Things NOT to Do After a Job Interview

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Many candidates believe that getting through the job interview is the most important part of the application process. However, the way a candidate follows up after the interview is just as important. Even if you made a great impression with the hiring manager, on the phone or in-person, you have to maintain your interest and… Read more »

What are the Biggest Blunders Candidates Make on Their Resumes?

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With the average job opening getting about 250 applications, candidates need a great resume if they want to stand out. Even if you have solid work experience and in-demand skills, one basic resume error can get you eliminated from the process. Consider the following massive blunders you could make on your resume and how to… Read more »

How a Welding Apprenticeship Will Help Your Career

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The advantages of a welding apprenticeship are well known by those in the industry, but perhaps not so obvious for those assessing their career options. One of the biggest benefits of an apprenticeship is a chance to kickstart a welding career. Welders must successfully finish a certified training program to be allowed to work in… Read more »

How to Find a Job Immediately after Graduation

  Congratulations! You’ve made it through the marathon study sessions, massive projects and nerve-racking exams to finally earn that coveted degree. Here’s the bad news: Your work has only just begun. Ideally, you’ve developed a network within your study program, interned and/or put your academic work to use on the job. Even if you haven’t,… Read more »

How to Win the Job by Acing Your First Impression

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  First impressions can make or break any relationship. People’s perception of you start with an initial encounter, which may last no longer than a just few seconds. These perceptions can make or break your chances of getting a job you are seeking. Making a great first impression isn’t about changing who you are. It… Read more »

Healthy Living Tips for Truck Drivers

Healthy Living Tips for Truck Drivers

  Truck drivers know: Life on the road quickly develops into lifestyle. Unfortunately, this lifestyle often means negative impacts on the driver’s own health. On average, truck drivers have more health issues and shorter life spans than men and women in other occupations. A lack of activity, confined workspace and diesel fumes can all have… Read more »