Category: Success from the Start

On the Job Hunt: What to Do When You Feel Stuck

When looking at the job application process, we tend to focus on the tangible items we’re creating – the details of the resume, the tone of the cover letter, and

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Pro Tip for Success: Take Advantage of Your Internship

Every spring, thousands of college students begin scouring the internet, combing through job postings, social media, and company websites, looking for internships. And internship season is no joke. You’re looking

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ReyRey Café Offers Opportunities at WSU and Beyond

When Cloe Andersen started working as a barista at the ReyRey Café her sophomore year at Wright State University, she had no idea what opportunities the job would present her.

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Ask Recruiting: FAQ from Candidates During the Interview

When a candidate sits down for an interview, the recruiter comes equipped with a list of questions. They’ll want to know who the candidate is, why they want the job,

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6 Questions to Start the Conversation with Coworkers

It’s your first day at a new job with a new company. You meet dozens of people for the first time and do your best to appear brave, but it’s

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Raising the Bar: Quotes from Reynolds Leadership

Successful leadership in a company doesn’t merely meet the bare minimum. True leaders aren’t content with a passing grade on their figurative report cards, and they certainly don’t choose the

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From a Polyester Polo to a Suit and Suede Shoes

Think back to your first job — the one you probably worked in high school or college to earn some pocket money or start paying for school. If you’re like

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Stepping into the Corporate World: My First Week at Reynolds

This post was written by Mallory T., Corporate Communications Intern. The summer before my senior year of college, I felt certain on two things: I didn’t want to spend a

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Pro Tip for Success: Don’t Let Your New Hires Flounder

Do you remember the last time you started a new job? I do. I was instantly transported back to the first day of middle school, the beginning of the most

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ReyRey Reads

Great leaders not only lead themselves, but they lead groups and organizations, inspiring change and motivating others. And while leadership development is one of the most sought-after topics in business,

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