Could Yoga Help Reduce Your Stress?

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The simple answer to this question is, “Yes.” Yoga, as a practice, has helped millions reduce stress for thousands of years, so we know it’s not just a flash-in-the-pan exercise fad. And science backs this up. It helps you control your breathing. One of the main tenets of yoga involves smooth, controlled breaths. This helps… Read more »

Could Cross-Generational Mentoring Benefit Your Employees?

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The 2015 movie The Intern with Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway is about a 70-year-old widower who, after retirement, decides to get back into business by taking an internship at an online fashion company. Along the way we see some of the typical stereotypes of him bringing his briefcase to work complete with fountain… Read more »

Taking Criticism Personally Hurts

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When we take risks in our jobs, we are bound to make a few mistakes or do things in a way that a superior may want done differently. It’s how an employee reacts to creative criticism that says something about their character and how they can move forward and grow as an employee. On the… Read more »

Looking for Top Medical Talent? Maintain Your Online Reputation

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If you want to attract top talent to your practice, you need to have a solid online reputation. Fortunately, this is something attainable by conducting yourself well and sharing your company’s story through social media. It doesn’t hurt to have others sing your praises, either. Considering that almost three quarters of job seekers preview prospective… Read more »

Do a Good Turn for a Friend

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Referring a friend for a job opening is a strong endorsement of their abilities. We know that great employees know other great employees. If you know someone who can benefit from our services, please let us know. Your recommendations are highly valued. And we will reward you $100 for everyone how meets our qualifications. Call… Read more »

Make People a Priority

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A good job and financial security rate fairly high on most people’s lists, but what always rates higher is the value of good friends and family. In a world where we’ve constantly got our faces buried in our phones, and emoji just became the Oxford English Dictionary’s Word of the Year, we need to remember… Read more »

Podcasts: The New Way to Learn

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It’s not always easy to stay on top of fast-changing news and trends in the business world when so many of us have extremely busy lives and over-filled schedules. How do you figure out what’s actually worth looking at or listening to, considering the barrage of information available? Enter podcasts. For the uninitiated, podcasts are… Read more »

Embrace Your Strengths and Weaknesses

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In one of the recent 2016 Republican presidential candidate debates, the candidates were asked, “What do you consider your greatest weakness?” Late-night host Stephen Colbert quipped that it was the one question that “no one in human history” has ever answered honestly. Presidential debates aside, nearly anyone who has had a job interview has faced… Read more »

What Can You Learn from a Candidate’s Employment Gap?

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As you review candidates for a position, you’ll probably come across a few with employment gaps. Consider the fact that in this economy, particularly since the recession, a number of qualified candidates may well have gaps in their work histories. It’s important to gain a thorough understanding of the reason for any gap before coming… Read more »

Renew the Body and Mind

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Ah, the power of naps — they’re not just for babies and toddlers…or at least, they shouldn’t be. You may have heard of the power nap and how even Einstein took them. Don’t simply look at them as an excuse to not work; a well-timed nap can actually bring back energy and help you get… Read more »