4 Reasons Why Administrative Professionals Are Superheroes January 22, 2020 No matter which company, business unit, or team you’re on, administrative professionals are your organization’s heroes. They’re the lifeline for everyone in your business, the glue that holds together everything. Even though administrative assistants don’t… Read More »
3 Resources to Keep You Up-to-Date on Changing Marijuana Legislature in Boston January 15, 2020 As an owner or employee of a law firm in Massachusetts, you should stay current with the changing legislature regarding the use of marijuana. Whether or not you directly handle cases involving marijuana use, you… Read More »
The Key to Taking Control of Your Work-Life Balance January 8, 2020 Creating a work-life balance is one key to happiness. The choices you consistently make determine how satisfied you are with your job and life. For this reason, if you aren’t feeling fulfilled in your work… Read More »
The Appropriate Way to Navigate Office Happy Hours The Appropriate Way to Navigate Office Happy Hours December 25, 2019 Deciding whether to join your team for office happy hours can be challenging. On the one hand, you may want to stay at the office for another hour and get more work done. On the other hand, you want to… Read More »
Online Courses to Help Me Become a Legal Assistant Are There Online Courses to Help Me Become a Legal Assistant in NH? December 18, 2019 If you want to become a legal assistant in New Hampshire, you’re in good company. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 1,140 legal assistants worked in New Hampshire in 2019. Typical employers are private law firms, corporate law offices, and governmental entities. Although New… Read More »
3 Things to Include in Your December HR Memo 3 Things to Include in Your December HR Memo (…Ahead of Your Holiday Party) December 11, 2019 When December comes around, it’s time to prepare for your company’s holiday party. Because some employees may not have attended a company party before, and other employees may need reminders of behavior expectations, you want to… Read More »
applying for a job you think you're unqualified for Why You Should Apply to That Job You THINK You’re Underqualified For December 4, 2019 When you’re searching for a job and come across a post for something you’d love to do, you might find that you don’t fill the qualifications the hiring manager is looking for. Rather than being disappointed and moving on… Read More »
Making a better work environment How to Set the Stage for a Better Work Environment November 27, 2019 Part of creating a desirable work environment involves setting the proper tone. Since their environment heavily influences teammates' motivation, you want to create as pleasing an atmosphere as possible. Your team will be more creative, productive,… Read More »
Organization as a project manager Organization Habits to Set You up for Success in Your Office Manager Role November 20, 2019 Working as an office manager comes with many responsibilities. One is keeping the entire office organized. Although you may be focused on other tasks, if you don’t keep the area orderly, productivity will decrease. When staff have… Read More »
Email greeting 6 Alternatives to Saying “I Hope This Email Finds You Well” November 13, 2019 “I hope you are well” is not a great opening line for an email. This is especially true if you don’t know the recipient. If you say you hope they’re doing well, it sounds contrived and… Read More »