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April Fool’s Day Office Pranks

Who hasn’t occasionally daydreamed at their desk of the perfect office prank? How many times have you caught yourself thinking “If only I could do this to Mr. Big” or “Wouldn’t it be hysterical if I did that to Ms. Crabapple?” Admit it. You’ve probably imagined everything from innocent funny pranks to, well, elaborate sinister […]

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Planning an Office Egg Hunt

Remember the thrill of Easter egg hunting? Well, who says egg hunts are just for kids? You can be the most awesome office manager, the coolest boss, or the cleverest co-worker by organizing the First Annual Office Egg Hunt! Doesn’t that sound egg-citing! Just picture everyone’s face when you announce it. What a great way […]

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Are You Living a Happy Life?

It’s the #International Day of Happiness this Sunday…a day where people worldwide pledge to take action to create a happier life for themselves and others. The day’s sponsor, ActionforHappiness.org, even offers a free downloadable Happiness Guidebook. So… what makes YOU happy? Is it time or money? Possessions or people? Experiences or something else? Give it […]

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Fun Time Management Tips for Daylight Savings Time

Hey Long Islanders, it’s Daylight Savings Time this weekend. Time to “spring forward” on Sunday and gain an extra hour of daylight (yeah!)…and lose an extra hour of sleep (#$&%*!). Seriously, one hour of time lost is a small price to pay for longer sunny days, right? Besides, with a bit of time management, you […]

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Would Your Mom Approve of That Tweet?

Given the rising popularity of social media, it’s rather easy for an individual to state their true feelings and emotions. While this very well may be the point of social media in general, the fact that employers and hiring managers are now using social media to perform their own background checks on potential recruits may […]

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Show Your Job Candidates Some Love

It’s no secret that job seekers sometimes experience anxiety, stress and even fear when applying to a new job. Even after the interview process concludes, and one enters the initial orientation process, some amount of underlying anxiety can still linger. As such, it’s important you take every step possible to ensure your new recruits feel […]

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Quicker, Cheaper and Better? Staffing Firms Aren’t Too Good to Be True

The idea of a third-party staffing agency can seem too good to be true. Indeed, many are taken aback when first learning about the benefits of using this kind of service. Despite the reluctance of some employers, staffing agencies such as Long Island Temps, have  proved their worth time and time again. With that in […]

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Be a Part of the Movement with an Updated Vacation Policy

Given the growing emphasis on freedom and flexibility within the workplace, more employers are seeing an increasing number of vacation requests from their staff. While the satisfaction and happiness of your workforce is important, it’s equally important that you maintain some amount of versatility as their employer while preserving acceptable levels of productivity. Although it […]

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A New You in 2016 – Reset Your Job Search

While the onset of the year 2016 marks substantial and exciting change for some, others find the day-to-day grind of the job search has yet to yield positive results. Although it’s critical that you maintain your determination throughout, it can be easy to lose sight of your goals. If you find that you have been […]

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Should You Catch That Boomerang Employee Who Wants to Return?

Although there has been a great deal of stigma surrounding the rehiring of former employees, current trends within the job market are actually seeing an increase in acceptance of boomerang workers. According to a recent survey by the Society for Human Resource Management, 65 percent of managers claim to be more accepting of boomerang employees […]

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