First Impression: Email Subject Line Tips

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Rule number one of searching for a job: always make a good first impression. If your initial contact with a hiring agent or prospective employer is a personal meeting, it is essential to dress well, act courteously, and do whatever else it takes to demonstrate your poise and professionalism. The same is true of your… Read more »

Four Ways to Show Your Employees You Appreciate Their Hard Work

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Employee recognition isn’t limited to special occasions. Rather, it should be at the core of your workplace culture. You can – and should – tell your employees how much you appreciate them and their contributions any time during the day, week or year. In a recent study, more than 80 percent of employees said they… Read more »

How to Break the Ice with Your New Boss

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“Rapport is the ability to enter someone else’s world, to make him feel that you understand him, that you have a strong common bond.” So says motivational speaker Tony Robbins as he describes rapport. It’s a skill anyone can learn – and perhaps at no time is it more important than when you’re building a… Read more »