Everyday life is filled with risks, some avoidable and many not. The slightest error can cause entire systems to break and crash, and one misplaced item can cause injury and mayhem in any workplace. In a work environment, each profession brings its share of potential hazards.
Into: It’s the start of a new month and it’s Monday morning, that means it’s time for Monthly Coffee Blogs! Welcome back to all things coffee and labor stats you’ve come to know and love from our coffee blogs all in one spot. So before you start crushing it this week, take a few moments to enjoy that fresh cup of coffee and dive into the latest job numbers.
Intro: If life’s a beach, it’s a good thing we have Friday Beer Blog to kick off your weekend. This week, we wanted to prove summer isn’t over yet by cracking open a Landshark Island Style Lager by Margaritaville Brewing Co. Don’t worry, we still have all our toes!
Harassment in the workplace recently entered the public arena with the growth of the #MeToo movement. Believe it or not, these incidents occur at all levels and in all industries. Instead of acting as if it couldn’t happen to your company, you need to be prepared when a harassment report is filed so you can act immediately. If you aren’t sure of how to respond, follow these steps.
If you’re on a job hunt, you know the value of making yourself as marketable as possible. You want employers to see your resume and application and know you’re the professional they’re looking to hire. It’s likely you spruced up your LinkedIn account and engaged with the company there to express your interest, but what else should you be doing?
The reason you received a rejection email for a job might come down to something outside of your control. It could be you were good, but someone else was better. Or perhaps another candidate had a connection in the company. While everyone likes to think they did their best, sometimes you didn’t get the job because of something you did in the interview. Instead of wondering why, consider these common reasons you didn’t get the job.
Social media is an unavoidable force in 2018. Whether you enjoy it or not, it is crucial for your company include it in its overall strategy. More than merely having social accounts for your business, you must have a plan in place to ensure you’re using the correct platforms and meeting the needs of your customers and visitors. Once you’ve established the goal of your social media, use these three easy ways to brand your company through social media.
Creating your resume for the job search is a process filled with questions: What information should I include? Where should I put it? Is two pages too much? Do I need to explain what I did in each position? If you’ve ever worked in temporary jobs, it’s likely you’ve asked yourself if you should include your temp work on your resume as well.
Waiting for your interview to start can be more stress-inducing than the interview itself. You sit in the reception area or conference room reviewing everything you know about the company, your strengths and weaknesses, and potential salary requests. Unsure of how it will go, you also begin to think about another scenario – what happens if you have a stern interviewer?