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How to Achieve Your Career Goals and Land that Dream Job

 As a child, you had a rough idea of what you wanted to be when you grow up. These decisions were influenced by what you saw back then. As you matured, your perspective of the world changed, and you saw things in a different light. Most people discover their true purpose in life during their high school or early college years and

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Comparison: HR Outsourcing vs. Insourcing

Human resources outsourcing involves hiring an off-site contractor to perform HR tasks. Insourcing is the practice of using in-house staff for this purpose. Almost 17 out of every 20 American businesses outsource some or all HR work, according to Inc. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons: Experience Outsourcing makes it easier and less expensive for companies to benefit from

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5 Small Changes to Help Your Business Run More Smoothly

When you run a business, you might have emergencies cropping up every day. They’re small emergencies, but they have to be dealt with. As an entrepreneur, you’re the one who makes all the decisions, and solving these little emergencies might get really exhausting. Still, there are certain small changes you can make that will help you to run things more smoothly. Delegate:

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5 Ways to Overcome Overthinking at Work

Although thinking is a blessing, it can sometimes be a curse. Great innovation and disastrous conflict are a result of overthinking. Thoughts, when good or bad, are used to bring positive or negative results. Overthinking is proof that too much of something is not good. Having the foresight and tools to identify red flags is vital when it comes to preventing overthinking.

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Helping Employees through the Afternoon Slump

Employee productivity is not about keeping them in the office. It is about the hours in the office resulting in good quality work. For HR professionals looking at staff from this perspective, one of the greatest challenges is managing the afternoon slump. The very first step is understanding that the afternoon slump is biologically based and not a matter of malingering or

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