Career

Tips On How To Fit Into A New Job

After passing an interview and getting hired comes the hard part of trying to fit into a new environment with new faces. Regardless of how confident you are, fitting in to a new workplace can be daunting. While you may…

What To Do If You Are Exposed To Toxic Chemicals On The Job

There are a surprising amount of dangerous chemicals that you could possibly interact with on a job site. When any kind of dangerous chemical is present while working, it is the employer’s job to keep safety gear available and functioning,…

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5 FAQ’s On Workers’ Compensation

Worker’s compensation is a huge topic of discussion throughout the country largely due to extensive claims placed in business over the last couple of years. Each state has different requirements and stipulations to the rules of coverage in a workers’…

Top 5 Soft Skills That Employers Look For

The skills you posses play a large part in determining whether you will land a great job or not. In the past, having hard skills automatically guaranteed candidates of good paying jobs. This is because employers used to only focus…

Changing Your Career At 40

Although they say that life begins at 40, in reality it can feel as if it’s coming to an end. However, 40 is a prime time to take stock and make changes. You’re not old to start over, and you…

If You Work In Construction, This May Save Your Life

From heavy equipment and forklifts to hoists and scaffolding, construction workers are met with challenges every day. Most hazards of the job are overlooked by management and other business partners because they are risks unassociated with the immediate bottom-line of…

How To Become A Top Soccer Coach

It’s becoming increasingly obvious that it isn’t necessary to have been a top soccer player to be a top soccer coach. Look at Jose Mourinho, or his one-time protégé Andre Villas Boas, for example – neither played the game at…