3 Email Etiquette Tips To Save Your Professional Life

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A couple of weeks ago, we covered the importance of establishing boundaries between work and your personal life especially when it comes to your smartphone. However, some of these boundaries apply to more than just your smartphone. In fact, you should practice making these professional emailing habits second nature. It is easy to slip into… Read more »

What Happens When My Recruiter Hasn’t Called?

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“I’ve submitted my application. I’m open to temp work, and I believe the interview went very well! So, why hasn’t my recruiter called me with a job placement?” This can be a frustrating situation, and we understand what you’re feeling. Searching for a job, whether temporary or direct hire, can be a lot of work… Read more »

Summers in Houston: The Land of Temp Jobs

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The end of May brings to our offices recent graduates from high school and college. Additionally, some students and teachers are looking for supplemental work over the summer break. It may seem hopelessly bleak as you look to be employed over the brief summer, and often temporary positions are overlooked by both groups of employees… Read more »

Office Fashion in the Warmer Months

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As we begin to move into the warmer months, for women in particular, dressing fashionably yet appropriately for the office can be a balancing act. While you want to keep your wardrobe as up to date as possible and showcase your personality, you also don’t want to confuse your office with the runway or date… Read more »

Be Kind to Yourself: Recovering from Burnout

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Our blogs from the past two weeks covered the signs of burnout. This week we’ll address how to begin to recover from burnout. According to Psychology Today, “Burnout is a cunning thief that robs the world of its best and its brightest by feeding on their energy, enthusiasm, and passion, transforming these positive qualities into exhaustion, frustration, and… Read more »

Identifying Burnout and How It Affects Your Job Performance and Your Health

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Besides affecting your health and your passion for your job, burnout at work can potentially make you a hazard to your coworkers and others. What is burnout? Forbes defines burnout as “physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or stress.”[1] How can you identify burnout? Forbes released a list of early signs of burnout which… Read more »