Entries by Emily Oczek

Small Changes to Positively Impact Your Mental Health

If you’re familiar with the story of the tortoise and the hare, you already know that slow and steady wins the race. In the same way, strong mental health is not a marathon. It results from small actions you can take every day that add to your well-being. When mental health becomes something you think […]

Five Ways to Promote Mental Health Within Your Team

Employee mental health is more critical now than ever before. Stress from the pandemic has infiltrated everyone’s lives and made the day-to-day more difficult. Workers have had to adjust to shifting policies and procedures to maintain safety, hybrid work models, short-handed staffing, layoffs, furloughs, resignation of coworkers seeking different employment—and all the while with the […]

Stress-Relieving Techniques for Work and Home

Work is a big source of stress in many people’s lives. In fact, a 2019 survey from Wrike found the vast majority of American workers surveyed (94 percent) reported they found work stressful. So, if you feel you’re in that percentage, it helps to have a few tricks up your sleeve for dealing with stress. […]

How to Bring Mental Health Issues to Your Boss’s Attention

These days, mental health concerns are on everyone’s radar. The pandemic has been hard on all of us, and from worries about health, to adjusting to new policies and procedures around safety, and the constant onslaught of bad news from the media. The truth is, mental health is a fluctuating spectrum, with most people experiencing […]

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Four Tips When Prepping for a Behavioral Interview

Preparing for an upcoming interview? One common means of preparation is by practicing your answers to standard interview questions. Employers, recruiters and hiring managers will ask a variety of questions, and many of these falls into two categories: standard and behavioral. When you understand what an employer is looking for, it will help you prepare […]

How to Appeal to Gen Z and Millennials

In the war on talent, it helps to understand the people you’re looking to hire, especially based on which generation they’re from. A candidate’s generation has a strong influence on its values. By understanding more of what drives and motivates younger generations, it will be easier for your company to attract and retain them in […]

Five Steps to Prioritize Work-Life Balance

In your life, a few different aspects hold a lot of importance. First, your job is important. It gives you a sense of accomplishment and it contributes to your livelihood, helping you afford all the things you need for good health and happiness. Second, your life outside the office, with friends, family and loved ones, […]

Get Your Resume Seen by Using ATS Keywords

When you’re looking for a new job, understanding the process employers follow can help make your resume stand out. Many employers are faced with stacks of resumes to review but need to quickly fill a position with a highly qualified candidate. To help them sort through resumes, many rely on what’s called applicant tracking system […]

Calm Your Nerves Before Your Interview With These Four Tips

Nervous for your upcoming interview? You’re not alone! The fear of the unknown is very common, especially among job applicants. You may feel worried about what your interview will be like, what you’ll be asked, and how you’ll do—especially if you really want the job! Have no fear… you’re going to do just fine. All […]

How Workplace Performance is Affected by Employee Morale

Happy employees are more dedicated. It makes sense, right? When they’re feeling positive, motivated and supported, your employees are much more likely to work harder, give their all and remain loyal to your company. It’s all about how you can help your employees help you! No matter what industry you’re in, there are some key […]