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 »

Digital Safety: Passwords Are a Pain!

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Password joke: It’s a familiar joke, and it comes it all types of variations. Your password must have an uppercase letter, punctuation, a number, a special character and a haiku. You finally figure out the perfect password, and it turns out, you have already used that one before. Then, before you know it, anxiety sets… Read more »

Keeping Your Resume Current

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Freshening up your resume is always a good idea no matter what your current job situation is. Whether you are sending your resume out regularly, you just landed a temporary position, or you are comfortably situated in your current long term position, keeping your resume up to date is critical. By keeping your resume current,… Read more »

Cupid’s Arrows: Office Romances and Other Valentine’s Day Tips

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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and while you may be hoping to be shot with Cupid’s arrow, the office probably isn’t the best place. As the video from Buzzfeed demonstrates, office romances can be tricky… and lead to a decline in focus and productivity. Romance in the workplace can make not only those… Read more »

Finding Your Zen: Freeing Your Creativity at Work

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Here in this blog, we discussed Simon Sinek’s take on Millennials and some ways to engage Millennials in the office. One of the points, Sinek made was to prohibit cellphones in the conference room in order to allow “innocuous moments” to happen and foster work relationships between coworkers.  However, this doesn’t just apply to the… Read more »

Engaging Millennials: Fostering Connections

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Over the last week, Simon Sinek’s video on Millennials in the workplace has been making the rounds on social media. Why is the argument Sinek makes about Millennials important to employers? According to Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data, “More than one-in-three American workers today are Millennials (adults ages 18 to 34… Read more »

Tis the Season… Team1Medical Gives!

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Team1Medical has been busy this holiday season! Our team stepped up and participated in two charity events in the month of December. The first event, Canstruction, we announced on our blog here and tracked our progress via social media. The second event, Angel Tree Giving Program hosted by the Trotter Family YMCA, was also acknowledged… Read more »

Holiday Office Celebration Options: Why Choosing Wisely Matters to Your Team’s Morale

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Last week’s blog covered Holiday Office Celebration Etiquette. This week, we would like to address the different types of Holiday Celebrations your office can throw for your team. Throwing an office party at the end of the year is a great bonding and team building opportunity. But the wrong type of holiday festivities can end… Read more »

Each Has Its Place: The Difference Between and Benefits of Direct Hire, Temp to Hire, and Temporary

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As a job seeker and potential candidate with our team, you have been following our blog. You are interested in interviewing with us as described here, and you understand the process of interviewing with our client as described here. You are familiar with the process you have to go through in order to be placed… Read more »

Recruiter Spotlight: Tania Morales

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Tania Morales, CPC, is one of our most dynamic staffing consultants. We have already told you about one of her mentors in the company, Lina Faye. This month we would like to highlight Tania’s achievements and her crucial contributions to the team. Not only was she a critical part of our team when ExecuTeam Staffing… Read more »