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Time for a Do-Over: How to Overcome a Bad First Impression

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We’ve all had the experience of meeting someone for the first time and making a bad first impression – the cringe worthy kind that makes you wish you had a time machine. While you can’t turn back the clock, there are things you can do to try to change a less than optimal first encounter to a positive second impression.


How to Succeed — and Thrive — as an Introvert at Work

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It may seem as if the only type of workers that employers hire and promote are extroverts. But it takes all kinds of personalities to make a company successful, and being an introvert at work isn’t always a disadvantage.


Feeling Under the Weather? Avoid Going to Work Sick

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With cold and flu season on the horizon, many administrative professionals (unless they’re feeling deathly ill) will face the tough decision of whether to call in sick or just power through. A new survey shows that 85 percent of employees report going to work sick, despite the fact that most workplaces discourage working when sick. 




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