Career Advice

Can You Be Fired for Attendance During a Pandemic?

CareersandCareers July 21, 2020

The pandemic has brought forth a variety of struggles that employers and employees have to work their way through. One such problem is attendance. Workers call out for a variety of reasons such as personal illness, family member care, COVID-19 concerns, and emergencies.

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Top 3 Resume Mistakes People Make

CareersandCareers June 25, 2020

During a job hunt, your resume should become your new best friend. Your resume needs to be a bit of an obsession for a while. Despite the importance of the resume, people continue to make deal-breaking mistakes with this document. Keep reading to learn about the top 3 resume mistakes that people make.

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Make Yourself Heard at Any Meeting

CareersandCareers May 19, 2020

If attending meetings is part of your responsibilities at work, chances are there are times when you need to make presentations or add your input to the discussion. However, for some, speaking up at meetings is challenging. You may be feeling very anxious, or for some reason, you can’t get others to listen to what you have to say.

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Can You Work For Amazon From Home?

CareersandCareers April 29, 2020

Amazon is probably one of, if not the largest retailers on the planet. They are noted for providing top pay and benefits to their employees. So, a lot of people want to know if you can work for Amazon from home. The answer is yes! Amazon offers a lot of work from home positions for a wide variety of employees. 

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Working From Home During a Pandemic

CareersandCareers March 18, 2020

Has the COVID-19 pandemic found you suddenly working from home? Although you may have fantasized about working from home often, actually making that a reality, literally overnight, can be a bit jarring. In order to successfully work from home, you should put into practice what home-based employees have been doing for years. Let's look at the top 3 things to remember when working from home. 

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