What It Means When You Didn’t Get That Raise

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Everyone wants to make more money. But what happens when things don’t go as planned in your quest for a raise? Before you panic, take a moment to step back and consider all of your options. There are a few steps you can take so you can move forward confidently in your career. Here are… Read more »

5 Keys to Getting Better Sleep

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You’ve heard you need eight hours of sleep a night, right? While this is a reasonable rule of thumb, it isn’t exact. Everyone’s personal body clock is different and some people need more than eight while others can function on less. However, if at any time during the day you feel sleepiness affecting your ability… Read more »

How You Can Use Social Media to Land Your Next Job

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Social media is not a passing fad. It’s become one of the most popular ways for people to communicate. That streamlined effect has touched the job market, so job seekers can learn to harness it to find their next opportunity. Connections online today are as important as in-person communication. If you are looking for a… Read more »

The Best Ways to Deal with a Bad Boss

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Did you know that most people don’t quit a job, they quit a manager? That means when you’re feeling dissatisfied with your job, it may be your relationship with your boss that’s causing the lion’s share of your frustration. We are always influenced by our environment, so it’s important that we learn effective strategies to… Read more »

Turn Your Interview into a Job Offer With These Helpful Tips

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Are you prepared for your next interview and confident that it can turn into a job offer? Before you go into your next meeting with a hiring manager, it may be helpful to consider these three tips that can put you in a good position. Simple things can swing the interview your way, so consider… Read more »

How Can You Get the Most Out of Your New Employee Training?

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The first days at your new community manager job can be overwhelming. There is a lot of information to absorb and not a lot of time to absorb it. How do you make the most out of your first few days on the job and the training provided by your new company? If you want… Read more »

Fashion Corner: What is Acceptable to Wear to Your Interview

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Do you know the difference between business casual and professional dress? Dress codes are sometimes confusing for employees, but that can be compounded when you’re preparing for your property management interview. How do you know what to wear to impress the interviewer and get the job? What if you make a mistake and you’re judged… Read more »

What a Hiring Manager Is Looking for in a Resume

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In just one or two pages on a resume, you need to showcase your entire career. The truth is, a resume shouldn’t be the complete meal, just an appetizer intended to share the most important ingredients that make you the best possible candidate. So, what are hiring managers really looking for when they view your… Read more »

Build Your Leadership Skills by Adopting These 5 Habits

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Great leaders always have a few things in common. Whether you look at corporate leaders at companies like Amazon or small business owners in your own town, you’ll find they share some common traits. You can cultivate these habits yourself to build your own leadership skills and apply them to your career in property management…. Read more »