Why You Should Switch Over To Magnetic Eyelashes In 2019

December 19, 2018

Think about all the times you unlocked your phone to ask Google a question this year: When does Crazy Rich Asians release in theaters? How old is Noah Centineo? Where is the nearest bar? Those were just a few generic things we typed into the search bar this year, but Google is also our favorite know-it-all when it comes to specific beauty questions, like “how to re-create Ariana Grande’s ponytail…

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How Different Admissions Criteria Can Help Your Team Better Evaluate International Applicants

December 14, 2018

Globalization, internationalization, and higher education In 1975 there were 40 million post-secondary students, and by 2007 it more than tripled to 150 million students worldwide. Much of the growth in the global student population over the past four decades is from blossoming higher education systems in developing countries. Alongside the increase in the number of students around the world, we are also seeing an increase in the number of students…

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Hypnosis for Drinking: Does it Work?

December 6, 2018

“He likes to have a drink.” We all know that’s a euphemism for “he’s an alcoholic”. But whether you enjoy one drink a week or 10 drinks every day, the bottom line is, alcohol is a drug. And you may wish to stop doing this drug, no matter what level your involvement is with it. Just like with other drugs, such as smoking, it can be difficult to stop doing…

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Maca May Help Improve Your Reproductive Health

December 1, 2018

Maca (Lepidium meyenii) is a cruciferous herb that is often compared to a turnip or radish because of its appearance.1 Also called Peruvian ginseng,2 this plant was first documented in the Peruvian Andes, where the Incas used it as a stamina and strength booster for their warriors.3 At one time, only the elite and the royals were permitted to consume this herb. Today, the maca root is utilized in different…

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“It May Sound Hokey, But It’s All About Service”: Jason Leverant, President and COO of the AtWork Group, on the Secret to His Consistent Double-Digit Growth [The Staffing Show]

November 29, 2018

In this episode, I talk to Jason Leverant, president and COO of the AtWork Group. Here, Leverant shares the secret to AtWork’s consistent double-digit growth, their insane focus on service, and the next big trend in recruiting communication (is it carrier pigeons??). StaffingHub: Congratulations on making the Inc. 5000 for the fifth year in a row! That’s very exciting. I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about…

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How to Hire a Top-Notch Digital Marketer

November 28, 2018

At its heart, digital marketing is much the same as traditional marketing—you’re communicating with customers at different points along their journey. There are some subtle differences and one in particular that makes running a digital marketing campaign entirely different than a traditional campaign: the medium. The tools and platforms of digital marketing aren’t the same old media mix of TV, direct mail, newspaper, radio, and magazines. Rather, it’s a tech-…

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Borderless Voice Turns Personal Narrative into a Competitive Advantage

November 26, 2018

Inspiration can come from many places. But how you see yourself and your surroundings can turn that inspiration into a strategic advantage. Gbenga Ogunjimi shows how to develop that advantage with his book, Borderless Voice: The Power of Telling Your Story and Defining Your Identity. It is a very small book that conveys how believing in your dreams connects to your objectives. Ogunjimi offers a background in social entrepreneurship, using identity strategy…

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The Staffing Show, Episode 4: Steve Swan, Chief Information Officer at TotalMed Staffing [Podcast]

November 24, 2018

In this episode, Caitlin Delohery, the Editor in Chief of Staffing Hub, interviews Steve Swan, Chief Information Officer of TotalMed about making smart tech choices, recruiting with a personal touch, and what AI really means for the industry. Here’s the transcript of the episode. Staffing Hub: So you joined TotalMed after they acquired Valley Healthcare so you have a pretty unique perspective on the company. So tell me a little…

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Bursitis: An Introduction to This Inflammatory Disease

November 22, 2018

Inflammation is an important process for your body, as it helps remove microbes and diseases. Essentially, it is a defensive reaction to anything harmful that enters your body.1 However, inflammation can become harmful for you, especially when it becomes acute or, worse, chronic. Diseases such as asthma, bronchitis and rheumatoid arthritis are examples of inflammatory conditions that are harmful to your health.2 Bursitis, another inflammatory condition, is something that can…

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5 Signs You’re An Ambivert…

November 19, 2018

People always ask me are you an introvert or an extrovert? Like many others I struggle to answer this question. I don’t quite fit into either category. Does that mean I’m an ambivert? So what is an ambivert? An ambivert is someone who exhibits qualities of both introversion and extroversion. Here are 5 signs you’re an ambivert. 1 – Spending too much time alone bores you but spending too much…

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