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7 tips to effectively communicate change in your organization

Change is inevitable and yet when communicating change within an organization we often can end up missing key communication aspects that help employees feel respected and the organization being viewed as a sensitive employer. 709 more words

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3 Things A Graduate Can Do RIGHT NOW

Congratulations to all the new graduates! It’s time to celebrate. But now the diploma is in hand and all anyone seems to ask is,

“So, what are you going to do now? 631 more words

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Fresh Grad and New at Work?

HOW THE NEW GIRL HANDLED THE WORKPLACE 

I am speaking from a “that-new-girl-who-just-got-out-of-college” point of view. So almost everything I see in the workplace is relatively new to me, including other people’s attitudes. 2,663 more words

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Joining a Start-up or Big Company: What's best for your career?

What kind of company should you work for in your first entry-level career? Do you join a start-up or try and join a well established company?Below we’ll look at the pros and cons of each scenario and how that might effect your career goals. 849 more words

Career

How to Embarass Yourself at Your New Job

Earlier this week I started my first everyday, 9 to 5, big girl job. It’s the perfect position for me at my first choice location. I’m working with communications, education, and events, it’s a paid internship, not to mention it fulfills the requirements for my internship semester so I can graduate in August. 308 more words

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My First Adjudicators Job

Last Sunday I got my very own pad with my name on it; Judge C

After spending several hours searching for a foolproof outfit I finally stumbled upon the ultimate ladies suit that matched my pale complexion perfectly; Wine red. 107 more words

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(Mostly) Wordless Wednesday

The week in photos, because a picture is worth a thousand words.


Paige worked out at TPC (The Player’s Championship) selling concessions last week. She left the house by 6:45 most mornings and didn’t get home until after 8 pm. 148 more words