5 Key Mental Health Benefits Candidates Are Looking for in Prospective Employers


Most job candidates have a short list of considerations by which they gauge prospective employers. Salary, 401(k) plans, health insurance, and generous vacation benefits often top that list. One factor that can go overlooked in the vetting process, however, is the question of mental health benefits. These are worth looking into with any prospective employer, regardless of…

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To Inspire Employees, Develop Your Leadership Voice. Here’s How


Communicate in an authentic and meaningful way. Ever feel like you spend a lot of time communicating, but that your words don’t resonate? Sure, team members act on the most important directives, but employees are not as motivated and energized as you’d like them to be. The solution, according to executive coach Amy Jen Su,…

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5 Effective Ways to Keep Your Team Happy

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Work is a big part of our lives. In fact, many of us probably see our colleagues more than we see our own families over the course of an average week. It makes sense, then, that employees want to feel respected in the workplace and to truly enjoy their jobs. If you’re going to spend so…

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How to Catalog Your Accomplishments

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Don’t scramble at the last minute. Keeping track of your career achievements throughout the year is the smart way to go. Gunning for a well-deserved raise? Got your eyes on a great new job? Your first step to impressing your boss and hiring managers starts here: Make a catalog of your accomplishments for resume greatness. Rather than…

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How to Get the Recognition You Deserve


This communication expert explains why you should assertively tell your story Ever feel like no one understands the contributions you make? That even your boss undervalues your talents and accomplishments? The problem, in this pressured work world, is that everyone is moving so fast that your boss and colleagues are too busy to notice what…

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5 Things You Can Start Doing Today to Combat Employee Burnout


Characterized by “emotional exhaustion, cynicism, … ineffectiveness in the workplace, and chronic negative responses to stressful workplace conditions,” employee burnout is quickly becoming a pervasive phenomenon companies are struggling to address. Burnout triggers a downward spiral for both the employee and the organization, and workplace stress causes additional healthcare expenditures of anywhere from $125 to $190 billion a year in the…

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