Associates Roll Up Sleeves for Habitat of Greater Dayton

The Reynolds Associate Foundation partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Dayton to help construct the framework of two homes for families in the Dayton area. On an early Saturday

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Continue to Invest in Your Education

Your education shouldn't stop with a degree. As a young professional, it is important to continue to invest in your knowledge bank by taking classes to sharpen or acquire new skills.

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Surviving Embarrassing Moments at Work

I clobbered someone at work, and thankfully, I did not get fired or arrested. I was walking with my head down. His feet were moving in my direction, yet his

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Finding (and Keeping) References for Your Job Search

In most job interview processes, you will be asked at some point to give references. References are a way for employers to get an idea of how candidates will perform

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Let's Go for a Hike

The following post is from Brett S. who is currently interning with Reynolds this summer. If you sit in a cubicle for a long time, it might affect your creativity.

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5 Tips for Staying Safe in a New Town

With the hustle and bustle of a new job or internship, one often thinks about all of the good that comes from traveling to, or maybe even living in, a

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3 Rules for Sending A Thank You After an Interview

It is a best practice to send a thank you after an interview or networking session. But sometimes knowing what to say and how and when to say it can

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4 Ways to Decode Body Language

Body language is a powerful thing. It can convey what you are thinking in a matter of minutes, without you ever having to speak a word. Being aware of body language is

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4 Tips on How to Make the Most of Your Weekend

The clock reads 4:58 p.m. on Friday afternoon, and the office is buzzing with anticipation for the weekend. You have your weekend to-do list in hand and the determination to

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Up Your Work Supplies Style

When you were younger, back to school shopping was full of wonder and excitement. You got the big box of crayons, markers of every color, spiral notebooks with puppies or

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