3 Important Social Media Tips

More than ever before, the Internet is a huge presence in the lives of everyone. One of the biggest 'changes' in the past few years has been the surge of social media. It seems you can't play a game without first connecting to Facebook, television shows encourage you to Tweet about what has happened and Pinterest is the first place people turn when looking for a recipe. Because of the way social media has infiltrated our culture, it now has a big impact on the job search too. If you are entering the job market, keep in mind these three important social media tips.

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6 Workplace Wardrobe Malfunctions and How to Fix Them

Ox Job December 22, 2021

Almost everyone has had a work wardrobe emergency. Here are ways to remedy the most common types.

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Skills You Need to Become a Chat Agent

Ox Job November 18, 2021

Chat agent jobs are versatile and will open up opportunities in various fields for you to consider. Many chat agent jobs have favorable pay rates as well. These are some of the skills you'll need if you want to work in such a position:

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Convince an Employer to Hire You Part-Time Instead of Full-Time

Ox Job October 15, 2021

There used to be a time when it was difficult to find a full-time job. Now it seems that most employers want workers in their establishments full-time. This desire may be due to the loss of staff because of recent health crises. You may have personal reasons for only wanting to work a part-time shift. Here's what you can do to convince a prospective employer to take you as a part-time employee even if the request is for full-time.

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What Is Insubordination and How Can It Affect You?

Ox Job September 16, 2021

You've probably heard the term "insubordination" at one time or another when discussing work. This is an explanation of what insubordination is and how it can affect you and your future.

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Three Situations When Two Weeks' Notice Isn't Necessary

Ox Job August 17, 2021

It's always courteous to give your employer two weeks' notice when you intend to leave the job. It isn't mandatory, but it's an adopted custom. Many employers will place workers on a no-rehire list when they fail to provide two weeks' notice before they leave. So most of the time, it's the right thing to do. However, these are a few situations when leaving a two weeks' notice is not necessary, and no one will fault you for not doing so:

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