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Be a Leader in Any Role

You don’t need a big corner office or a fancy title to be a leader. You just need the qualities that all leaders possess. Whether you’re a young intern or a top manager, you can hone your leadership skills now and make an impact on your company and your career. Good leadership is not only […]

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Celebrate National Read Across America Day

National Read Across America Day is Monday, March 2. The holiday celebrates the importance of reading and the birthday of beloved author Dr. Seuss. Across America, thousands of schools, community centers, and libraries will participate in the day by reading to groups of children and teenagers. Even if you aren’t involved with these literacy programs, […]

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Poll: How Does Your Company Promote Health and Wellness?

Poll: How Does Your Company Promote Health and Wellness?

Staying healthy is an important part of your life, and many employers recognize that your wellness shouldn’t be hindered at the office. In an effort to help you stay on track with your fitness goals, many companies offer health and wellness benefits, programs, or resources in the workplace. Wellness programs range from health education, coaching, […]

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How To Tie a Kelvin Knot

Looking professional both in interviews and on the job is an important element of your professional career life. To help you add a professional look to your wardrobe, we want to share easy how-to instructions for wearing common tie knots. In January, we shared instructions for completing the popular Windsor knot. This month, check out […]

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Ask A Recruiter: How to Document Short-Term Jobs on Your Resume

Ask A Recruiter: How to Document Short-Term Jobs on Your Resume

When it comes to preparing for a job search, acing interviews, and creating resumes, we know you have a lot of questions. To help answer your job search questions, our very own industry experts and at Express Employment Professionals are posting their answers here on the Movin’ On Up blog. Question In the first installment […]

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The Power of Consistency: Tips for Living a Peak Performer’s Life

The Power of Consistency: Tips for Living a Peak Performer’s Life

Staying consistent can be a powerful tool for building your career, enhancing your job search, and landing the job of your dreams. According to former professional basketball player and motivational speaker Walter Bond, taking a few minutes to focus on the areas of your life where you need to stay consistent can help keep you […]

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Love Your Job Search

We’ve talked about how to overcome a tough job search before, but can you actually have fun while searching for a job? A seemingly endless job search with little success can be frustrating and upsetting. Hiring managers aren’t calling you back. Rejection letters come as often as the bills do. And, you have to keep […]

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Presidents Day: Leadership Advice From the Leaders Themselves

Monday, Feb. 16, is Presidents’ Day in the United States. Established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, the holiday is celebrated on the third Monday in February and honors all of the country’s presidents. As we honor presidents past and present, it’s also a great time to look at the influence these men […]

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3 Interview Questions That Should Never Stress You Out

Before a job interview, it’s common to feel anxious about what you could be asked and wonder what kind of curve-ball questions might be thrown your way. However, as a Forbes article reveals, “it turns out, most companies will ask more common interview questions.” And that means during your prep time the night before your interview, you […]

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American Heart Month: Relieving Stress at Work

February is American Heart Month, and if you don’t think heart disease affects your job or career, think again. Cardiovascular disease and strokes create an economic burden for employers and employees alike. The American Heart Association (AHA) says that the total economic cost of heart disease in America in 2011 was $320 billion. Medical costs […]

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