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Elevating Employee Well-being: A Monday Mood Makeover

Monday workday blues have been a long-standing challenge, but the rise of Gen Z and TikTok has turned ‘Bare Minimum Monday’s into a viral trend that has caught managers’ attention.  Like the concept of quiet quitting, low performance on Mondays might go unnoticed initially, but as deadlines slip and workloads accumulate, addressing this phenomenon becomes crucial.  The question arises: should …

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Labor Trends Unveiled: A Preview of 2024

As we bid farewell to 2023, many of us wonder what the job market will look like in the early months of 2024.  Unfortunately, we don’t have a crystal ball to predict the future, but we can make some educated guesses based on the current trends and data.  Here are what the experts say are factors that may influence the …

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Five Compelling Reasons to Kickstart Your Job Search in December

December is often seen as a time to relax and enjoy the holidays, but did you know it can also be an excellent time to look for a new job?  Whether you want to advance your career, change your industry, or find a better work-life balance, there’s a job waiting for you.  Many employers are still hiring and have plenty …

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Career Currency: Investing in Your Niche Strengths

In the dynamic world of business, success is not a matter of chance; it’s an investment in your strengths and talents.  Just as astute investors carefully select stocks with promising growth potential, so hiring managers and recruiters actively seek talent to grow their business and add cachet to their portfolio.  That’s why it’s more important than ever to identify and …

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Beyond The Paycheck: Benefits Matter

Job seekers still have opportunities despite market changes and a slowdown in job creation.  Flexible scheduling and innovative benefits are key attractors.  That’s because pandemic-era professionals got used to managing their home and work responsibilities simultaneously.   We need to recognize that values have changed; people want to “work to live”, not “live to work”. Employers who adapt and offer flexible …