Author: Kate T.

A Day in the Life: Sales Trainee

For some companies, “sales training” means giving you some basic information about the products, and then expecting you to go sell. At Reynolds, we invest in our new hires with an in-depth sales

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Leading the Way: Reynolds Recruiter Recognized as Generation Dayton Featured Professional

Each month, the Dayton Business Journal features a member of Generation Dayton, a young professionals program. I’m thrilled to say that my colleague Jennifer Moore (pictured at left), a senior

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Diffusing Conflicts in the Office: Basketball Edition

Sports can bring out the most argumentative side of friends and co-workers, as the recent college basketball season may have proven. But a difference in team loyalty doesn't have to create conflict

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Making the Move to Dayton

No more researching companies, searching through job board listings, or filling out applications. After all my job searching, I accepted a job with Reynolds and Reynolds and started to prepare

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Flex Your Mind: Brainstorming at Work

At Reynolds — and other companies — you’ll likely be asked to manage projects, be involved in new product launches, or join a team that's asked to tackle a tough problem. On

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Employee Cook-Off: Friendly Competition, Food and Fun

At Reynolds, we recognize that to have a good time, you'll often need to put in some hard work first. Nowhere is that more evident than at the annual employee cook-off

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Skype Interviewing: It's a Real Interview

With the explosion of social media, it seems like people spend more time on the Internet than talking face-to-face, so it’s only natural that companies would take advantage of digital

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Business Dinner Manners Done Right

When was the last time you thought about proper dinner etiquette – certainly not in the dining hall or when you and your roommates order take-out, right? I can tell

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Cube Life: 10 Desk Essentials

One of the things I've noticed is that, even in just a few short years of working at Reynolds, I've accumulated a lot of stuff in my workspace. My desk

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