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Fairfax Chamber Announces 2014 Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Awards Winners Honors Community Leaders for Dedication & Vision that Created Vibrant Northern Virginia
Celebrating birthdays in the workplace is a great way to create a positive environment and form productive relationships between colleagues. Every organization does things differently, but I think it is important to implement a “birthday celebration” policy that works for your business. It’s also important to note that you don’t have to have a large budget to celebrate. There are many different and thoughtful things you can do to that don’t cost anything. Below are some ideas that I have either come up with or experienced and enjoyed.
I hope everyone enjoyed my article which was more of an exaggerated version of what not to wear to an interview. Since I often find myself answering questions regarding interview attire for women, I want to emphasize that it’s just as important to think about what not to wear as it is in determining what to wear to a job interview. It is critical to make a great first impression when trying to prove that you’re an ideal candidate for the position. Everyone has their own interpretation on what is acceptable to wear, but here are my top 6 tips that I believe you can’t go wrong with.
What to wear to a job interview is a question I get pretty often. I cannot stress the importance of that first impression that gets made when interviewing with a potential future employer, especially in this job market - everything counts. Below are my top 5 fashion tips for what to wear to an interview. Pay close attention to each, they will definitely help to ensure that you get that step up above your competition.
Recognizing Employers for Growing, Developing and Engaging Employees
Did you know that National Employee Appreciation Day is the first Friday of March every year? That is tomorrow, March 7th! Don’t worry, it’s not too late to celebrate. Check out my tips below for some last minute ideas on how to show your employees you appreciate them.