Category: On the Job

How to Give Your Boss Feedback (and Keep Your Job)

Criticizing someone who calls the shots at work can be tricky. How can you be expected to be honest and critical of the person who is in charge of your life at work? You’re

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From Barn to Business: How Reynolds Believed in Me

 The following post is from Marketing associate Emily S., who started her career with Reynolds after a unique upbringing. I graduated early, ran my own livestock operation, and helped my

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Strategies for Review Process Success

Rarely is the performance review process seen as fun. For associates, the thought of filling out paperwork that sums up, highlights, or downplays work performance, accomplishments, or failures over the

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Skip the Afternoon Slump

The following post is from Meg T. who interned with Reynolds this summer. Reynolds and Reynolds encourages its associates to make wellness a top priority, part of which means having

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Turn Challenges into Learning Opportunities

Graduation day rolls around. Diplomas are handed out. You celebrate the idea of “no more school!” You’re done. Or so you thought. What might surprise you is the learning process

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Talking in the Workplace: The Do's and Don'ts

The following post is from Meg T. who interned with Reynolds this summer. When at work, being diligent and productive is priority number one. So, when non-work-related topics arise in

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6 Survival Tips for Your First Week

The following post is from Meg T. who interned with Reynolds this summer. The first week at a new job can be exciting, yet intimidating at the same time. You

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Cube Life: Desk Essentials – Intern Edition

The following post is from Meg T. who is interning with Reynolds this summer.   The transition from college dorm to cubicle can be difficult. When you are setting up

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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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