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  • How to make the most of a work trip

    It might be tempting to stay cocooned in the comfort of your hotel room after a long day of rushing around, but use each meal as an opportunity for exploration instead. Just remember to be fairly conservative with what you include on an expense report. It won't look good if you're eating lavishly for every meal and trying to expense alcohol.

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    "While these tactics may succeed in impressing hiring managers, what ultimately determines if they get the job is having the necessary skills and experience hiring managers are looking for."

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  • Bringing appreciation and gratitude to your workplace

    "Perhaps they are, but that attitude has culture management backward. In a well-run company, the organization and the individual manager acting on its behalf harness the power of appreciation not by receiving it, but by giving it to the employees."

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