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Do’s & Don’t When Driving Long Distances to Work

Do you dread being behind the wheel for extended periods of time? Many employees and entrepreneurs find themselves driving long distances for occupational purposes. Rather than exhausting your energy complaining consider ways to make the most of your commute time. After applying a few simple strategies, you may find the drive to and from work revitalizing in ways ways never imagined! Let’s explore some do’s and don’t to keep in mind when driving long distances to work.

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How to Become a Morning Person

Throughout the day we experience fluctuating periods of increased alertness and sleepiness. For some individuals creativity and mental focus intensifies in the early morning, while others are more proficient in the evening. A person’s internal biological clock or circadian rhythm influences periods of wakefulness at various times of the day. Working against one’s internal biological clock can be challenging, particularly for employees who are most productive in the evening and hold daytime positions. Fortunately implementing a few strategies can yield positive results when seeking to increase morning productivity.

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How to Stay Calm & Collected on Your First Day of Work

The first day on your new job has arrived! You're anxious, scared, and intimidated by more experienced employees. Everyone knows you’re a new graduate and the look of fear on your face clearly spells out "rookie". There are ways to create an atmosphere that promotes business relationships and a positive first impression. Yes, even if you are fresh out of graduate school!

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Embracing Diverse Personalities at Work

Most of us have encountered personality clashes in the workplace at some point. We each have unique talents, skills, and positive attributes to share with others at work. Differences can foster creative strategies and team building, or in contrast create conflict when disparities are not handled appropriately. Business Insider comments on temperaments at work mentioning, “Conflict at work is inevitable, but some personalities are more likely to clash than others.” For effective teamwork it’s crucial to master interpersonal skills and remain adaptive to various personalities we may encounter on the job.

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Employee Behaviors That can Jeopardize Job Security

From day one in the workplace, employees should have a clear understanding of company standards and expectations. Defining permissible behaviors on the job prevents future misunderstandings, which can potentially jeopardize employment.  Show interest and concern by inquiring on employee conduct and ethical behaviors required in your field of work.

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