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You do you. It'll be okay, I promise!

Editors Note: This blog post is the first of several written by HESA Executive members chronicling their internship experiences. This was written by Jen Sommers, HESA Event Planner. 600 more words

On-line Etiquette: How Not to Be a Social Media Liability

Have you been tweeting, instagramming, Facebooking, or posting on some other sites with partial or complete reckless abandon? Would your photos make Miley Cyrus blush? Do you have an online political agenda that makes Rush Limbaugh seem like a sane and reasonable person? 162 more words

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Dress for Success

First Impressions

Before you get a job, your goal is to impress employers enough so they will want to hire you. It’s

probably one of the most frequently used phrases in job hunting, but it still is true: “Dress for Success.” 475 more words

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Dining Your Way to Success

Dining Etiquette in social situations can be uncomfortable, and even more when conducting business. In the professional world, meals are often an essential element to conducting certain kinds of business and knowing how to navigate gracefully around the maze of menus, manners and maître d’s can make the difference in how you conduct yourself. 160 more words

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Celebrating Business Etiquette

According to The Protocol School of Washington, one week in June is set aside to celebrate National Business Etiquette Week. The UB Career and Professional Development Center has decided to celebrate business etiquette the week of June 8th. 218 more words

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Get R.E.A.L™ Practices for Team Engagement

Leaders, if you are struggling to keep your team inspired, motivated, and engaged, look no further than within yourself. Yes, you! According to the 2014 Trends in Global Employee Engagement report by Aon Hewitt, 600 more words

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My Biggest Work Fail: A Lesson for Millennials and Their Managers

May 21, 2015 By Lindsey Pollak, Millennial Workplace Expert

My first job out of college was in the business development group of WorkingWoman.com at the height of dot-com mania. 692 more words

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