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Hannah’s Story

Hannah’s Story At 4 years old, Hannah was asked to donate can foods to Loaves and Fishes in exchange for a uniform holiday at school. While Hannah was excited to wear jeans and a her favorite t-shirt to school, she could not understand why people did not have enough food – especially why kids did not have access to fruit snacks (her favorite). Hannah shared her concerns with her mom, Emily, VP of OnStaff Group,

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Leave Your Mark at a Job Fair Today

Attending a job fair, where different companies aim to hire prospective employees, is part of the quest for a new job these days. These can be overwhelming for the first-timer, but if you are wise enough to follow some good advice, you will survive the rush at a job fair. We offer some tips for those who are visiting job fairs. 1. Come prepared. Bring several copies of your resume or CV, your calling cards,

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5 Brown Bag Healthy Lunch Options

Paper bags and healthy meals – ecology in the service of health Due to the hectic lifestyle and too many obligations we often don’t have the time for a healthy diet at work. Most often we are forced to buy something from the bakery or order the delivery at work. With this type of diet, most of the people get the infamous “heavy feeling” and just want to sleep after the lunch time. Many things

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Get Road Trip Ready

  Summer Road Trip: Seven Tips to Get Your Ready on the Highway   With summer just around the corner, thousands of families are expected once again to hit the road for a weekend getaway, far from the stress and worries of everyday life. Summer road trips can be one of the most exciting experiences families and friends could be part of, especially when planned accordingly.   Part of the planning is getting your vehicle

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Better Mornings, Start Here

Sleep, that blessed part of the day when you close your eyes, curl up in a bed that feels like a piece of cloud and float into a dream. To those that dream sleep feels like an eternity but something screeches at 5 o’clock hammering your ears like a jackknife and you are transformed. Ragged, bewildered and in denial you sluggishly get out of bed, part the curtains and watch the sun ascend, sleep behind

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Five Exercises to Help Your Recover from Standing All Day

On Your Feet All Day? These Five Exercises Can Stretch to Help Recover Being on your feet all day is grueling. It takes its toll on your legs and the rest of the body. After a few hours you feel the consequences, prickly numbness begins to spread through your calves causing discomfort. By the end of the day you just want to collapse on a seat. If you ever find yourself in a job that

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How to Adjust to a New Shift

Humans are programmed by nature to work by day.  The nine to five shift by far is the most ideal arrangement. But sometimes work commitments don’t allow this. Professionals who work round the clock such as nurses, policemen and firefighters may find that they have to adjust their body clock to shifting schedules. This isn’t a pleasant experience because it doesn’t only affect our biology but our personal lives as well. Our time schedule is

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How to Deal with an Angry Customer

It is a business fact: from time to time an angry, irate customer will come through the door to vent and complain. Whatever the reason the goal is always to keep calm, listen and give the best possible resolution. It will not be an easy fix but you still have to make sure that you will be delivering the best possible customer service. What you do in the next moments with an irate customer at

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Healthy on the go Snack Options

In the modern world, we spend approximately 8 hours a day at work. Sometimes the quest for healthy snack options can be difficult.  It is easy to be lured by the colleague to join them in fast food delivery, get something from a vending machine or just skip a snack or meal. According to recent studies, our system needs food every 3 to 4 hours in order to work properly and maintain the energy while

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How to Recover from an Interview Gone Wrong

What can you do if you flub an interview question? Are you quick-witted enough to know that you messed up the answers? It’s hard to be in a job interview situation. Almost everything is stacked against you. You are outnumbered most of the time, you are nervous, and most of all you are put in a grinder. However, you can’t do anything about it. The interview is an essential part of job hunting. Obviously, the

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