How to Always Be In The Market for a New Role

  We’re constantly conditioned to save money for a rainy day and make sure that we’ve got a plan when it comes to an emergency, but most people do not have a “Plan B” for leaving our jobs, either voluntarily or involuntarily. It’s important to not...

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The 10 Types of Recruiters You Deal With

When you first start out on your career, you dream of a day when you get a phone call from a recruiter. It means that you’re on the radar in your field, but with the help and recognition recruiting provides, there are pitfalls, specifically, recruiters...

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How To Deal With An Ever-changing Boss

It has been discussed many times before that people leave managers, not companies. The old-timey idea that the worst type of boss is the dictator type is long gone, and in its place is a pervasive feeling that what’s worse than a boss who tells...

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Office Politics is Not a Work Hack

If you’ve got a problem, there’s usually 1000 different ways to tackle it, and if you’re a certain kind of person, you look online to find a smarter, faster way. A life hack, if you will. It seems like these tips have taken over our...

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Canada Post: You’re Doing it Wrong

Permalink   Today, Canada Post announced that urban centres would be receiving the community mailboxes rural areas have been using since the late ’80s. People immediately started crying out on social media. “Why is Canada Post taking away our door-to-door service?” Canada Post’s answer is that it’s because...

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Evergreen Content: Essential To Your Content Mix

Permalink   The best content strategy is one that is timely and responsive – it correctly aligns what your audience wants to read and responds contextually to current events. There are times, however, when you can’t rely solely on this strategy. There will be periods of time on...

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