Career

7 solid online fax services

January 2, 2020 Categorized in: Personal Development

Though much of our previous faxing needs are fulfilled now by sending electronic documents, there are still plenty of occasions where sending or receiving faxes is demanded. A recent article on Business.com reviewed and selected the best online fax services to use in 2020.

The lowdown on getting certified

January 2, 2020 Categorized in: Advancement

One measurable way to exhibit your wide range of skills is to obtain a certification from the International Association of Administrative Professionals.
“Let me finish!”… While Excel has become ubiquitous in professional environments, it still contains some mystery and intrigue … Merriam-Webster’s Word of the year for 2019
Monday is often the dreaded day over which our metaphorical whiskers tingle with anxiety. Even if we love our career, the urge to champion every project that hits the road, while steering around innumerable personal obstacles at home, can leave us feeling underappreciated and overwhelmed.
You don’t have to be a lawyer or a paralegal to work at a law firm. Legal offices and partnerships rely on great assistants and support teams to keep them running smoothly. Whether you’re considering a position at a law firm or already work in a legal environment, here are some ideas and principles to keep in mind.

Getting therapy through your phone

December 5, 2019 Categorized in: Work/Life Balance

Therapy apps can be a cost-effective and convenient alternative to the scheduling and cost problems of traditional counseling methods. Here are just a few of the apps now available.

’Tis the season to advance your career

December 5, 2019 Categorized in: Advancement

Did you know the holidays can be the perfect time to boost your career? Between gift-giving and office parties, there are plenty of opportunities to get people to remember who you are and where your career interests lie. Here are a few potential opportunities.
In a recent AARP survey, nearly two out of three workers 45 and older said they have seen or experienced age discrimination on the job. Here is a list of some sneaky excuses companies can use to push you toward retirement.

1-Minute Strategies: January ’19

December 5, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

Set an Outlook reminder for February 1 … Did you notice November’s “unch” day? … Add these three words to your vocabulary … Great coffee moments from movies and TV

Sound Bites: November ’19

November 13, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

Rushing to a big meeting? Give yourself an extra few seconds before you burst in. By pausing outside the door, taking a few deep breaths and regaining your composure, you can make an impressive entrance. You’ll make a positive first impression, rather than shaking hands with sweaty palms and panting as you take a seat.
The pros of the new Slicers … How to find Find … Launch an interactive Q&A with your online audience
When in doubt, go to the source, like these official government websites.

Are you making your time off count?

October 31, 2019 Categorized in: Work/Life Balance

Do you usually feel recharged when you return to the office after time away, or does that relaxation drain away as soon as you see all your piled-up emails (in other words, almost immediately)?