What Recruiters Look for in Your Resume

Posted by Eileen Moynihan on Dec 1, 2021 12:00 PM

Whether you’re actively applying for a new role or being sought out by those interested in your skills, having a solid resume is the key to finding the right job for you. You’re starting a new adventure – try to start on the right foot.

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6 Common Physical Injuries Related to Technology

Posted by Skye Learning Team on Nov 29, 2021 12:27 PM

All the technology we push into our lives also brings with it certain risks. While stories of "hackers" dominate the news, one of the most significant dangers with technology has to do with the physical harm it can cause. Many physical injuries come from just how we sit when we use a computer.

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5 Tips to Boost Your Holiday Marketing Strategy

Posted by Eileen Moynihan on Nov 22, 2021 11:26 AM

It’s the season of giving, and it’s the season of spending. From grocery store trips to online shopping and charitable donations, this is the time of year when American consumers spend the most money.

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6 Common At-home Scams

Posted by Skye Learning Team on Nov 19, 2021 12:00 PM

Many people who work from home are targeted by hackers and scammers for the following reasons:

  • They are part of the gig economy, often working as freelancers constantly seeking the next job or project. They can be very susceptible to promising-sounding opportunities that turn out to be too good to be true.
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5 Signs of a Toxic Workplace

Posted by Skye Learning Team on Nov 15, 2021 12:00 PM

A workplace is and should be referred to as toxic when the work, people, and environment cause discrepancies, stress, and fear in an individual's life. These disruptions can adversely affect an employee's physical health, sense of autonomy, and sense of self, which can result in sleepless nights, feelings of anxiety, sweaty palms, and a racing, irregular heartbeat.

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Tips to Reduce Unconscious Bias

Posted by Skye Learning Team on Nov 8, 2021 10:11 AM

Bias is one of the main obstacles to diversity and inclusion. People are susceptible to bias both in their private and professional lives. In the workplace, bias can be found in many places, from the initial job posting to promotions, raises, and benefits.

Unconscious bias is prevalent in the workplace. But there are ways to reduce, overcome, and prevent this bias.

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How to Motivate Employees During the Holidays

Posted by Eileen Moynihan on Nov 5, 2021 10:58 AM

As the holidays quickly approach, it can be hard for employees to fully concentrate on daily work tasks. Who can blame them? It’s an exciting time of year! With upcoming family visits and important errands on their minds, it makes sense that it can be tough to stay focused.

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Tips For Computer Use

Posted by Skye Learning Team on Nov 1, 2021 12:00 PM

All the technology we push into our lives also brings with it certain risks. While stories of "hackers" dominate the news, one of the most significant dangers with technology has to do with the physical harm it can cause. Many physical injuries come from just how we sit when we use a computer.

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How to Use Social Media to Grow Your Business

Posted by Eileen Moynihan on Oct 18, 2021 11:49 AM

Social media doesn’t feel incredibly important when you’re trying to build a small business, but it makes a huge difference when it comes to visibility. With consumers spending so much time on social media every day, it makes sense to try to reach them on their Instagram Discover pages or Facebook newsfeeds.

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Top Analytics Tools for Marketers

Posted by Eileen Moynihan on Oct 4, 2021 10:44 AM

To be a successful marketer is to collect the right insights on your business’s marketing strategy from a variety of sources. Some programs are more popular than others, and the common and popular platforms are what you’ll want to know to excel in your current and future marketing positions.

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