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Emily Bennington

Emily Bennington is coauthor of Effective Immediately: How to Fit In, Stand Out, and Move Up at Your First Real Job. She is also a contributing writer for Monster.com and a featured blogger for The Huffington Post, Forbes Woman, and US News and World Report.

4 Tips For Avoiding Conflict In The Workplace

Sometimes, avoiding conflict in the workplace can be difficult. However, it’s extremely doable. Related: How To Deal With Conflict In The Workplace Here’s a personal example: While at work one day, I received an instant message from a colleague. It read, “Do you have a minute to chat?” “Of course,” I responded. Instantly, the phone rang. […]

How To Ace A Career Fair

Are you attending an upcoming career fair? Not sure what to do? How do you make a good first impression? Find out how you can ace it.

Don’t Let A Good Message Get Lost In Poor Delivery

Is your message getting lost in your presentation? Make sure you follow the 60/30/10 rule of communication. It makes all the difference. Find out more.

To Find A Mentor, You Must Be A Student

Years ago, I had a great mentor who took an active role in my career development. Find out why finding a mentor is only half the battle.

“Entitled” To What – Being Unemployed?

I hate to break it to you, but the job market is pretty crappy right now. But does that mean you're destined to be unemployed after school? Not exactly.

How To Be Annoying At Work

No one wants to be annoying at work. However, the problem is sometimes we don’t even know when we’re being annoying at work.

4 Secrets for Employee Retention

The real threat to keeping people is technology. It’s important for employers to turn the mirror around and focus inward on employee retention.

Employers: What Are You Doing to Keep Your Best People?

Successful retention of top employees will require both long-term vision and short-term focus. Are you worried about losing your people?

Emily Bennington

Emily Bennington, founding partner of Professional Studio 365, leads programs that help companies get the most out of their career newbies.

Tips For Dealing With Difficult Coworkers

When dealing with difficult coworkers or subordinates, there are a couple of different approaches to take (based on your experience)...