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7 Tips To Make Any Customer Happy

By Education at Work | July 2, 2015
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Unhappy customers are bad news for any company, and it only takes one of them to shatter a perfectly good day at work for everyone! Sometimes, it only takes one of them to steer prospective customers away from you. Whatever the cause, unhappy customers are still guests and hope for future business, and you want…

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What High School Graduates Can Expect When Expecting…A College Degree

By Education at Work | June 25, 2015
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If you’re a person trying to apply to college, you are probably wondering what college is like. Will it be like high school? Will it be fun and exciting, or, will it be scary and nerve wracking? Well, hopefully a glimpse at a day in the life of a college student will help sort some…

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What Can Education Do For You?

By Education at Work | June 11, 2015

There are some big questions in life. Is there a god? Can we achieve world peace? What show should I watch on Netflix next? One of the biggest questions Millennials ask themselves is “what do I want to do with my life?” Or they may ask themselves, “what can I do to ensure I have a…

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4 Ways To Market To Millennials

By Education at Work | April 23, 2015
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According to the Pew Research Center, there are approximately 80 million Millennials in the United States today – this surpasses Generation X by nearly 20% and has already overcome the Baby Boomer generation. With these staggering numbers, it’s no curiosity as to why our culture is changing. That’s not the case for many companies and that’s…

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Why It’s Important To Like Your Job

By Education at Work | April 16, 2015

You know those people…the ones who come home after work and spend the rest of their evening complaining about how awful their job is. I’m sure everyone knows someone that fits this description, whether it’s a friend, significant other, or a family member. Or, even worse, you fit this description. If that’s the case, here…

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How Call Center Supervisors Can Create Dialogue With Millennial Agents

By Education at Work | April 9, 2015

Working and communicating with almost anyone can have its challenges in the contact center. As a millennial with the responsibility of supervising a group of twenty or so millennials from the same decade, the challenge increases tremendously. My journey to being a better supervisor for millennials showed me there is one common theme millennials appreciate:…

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10 Ways To Solve A Problem

By Education at Work | April 7, 2015

Find and understand the problem: Whenever you have a problem, most of the time you don’t know what the heck is going on… until you are slapped in the face and told something is wrong.When that happens, stop and think: where did things go wrong and why are things going wrong? I often ask myself…

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What’s Your School Ranked?

By Education at Work | April 2, 2015

College ranking is an important step in determining what college is right for you. We all want to go to the best college… for the right price. However, what’s the underlying value of your college? Here’s an infograph that explains the ranking and value of colleges: For original URL: http://www.collegechoice.net/the-doe-and-college-rankings/ Article by Michael Howard

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Education at Work Gives Back!

By Education at Work | March 30, 2015

Education at Work has recently made its first successful attempts at giving back to the community. It’s quite a sight to see when students and staff alike work together to make the community better and make Cincinnati a better place. Special Olympics Throughout the month of February, students and staff alike rallied to collect school…

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The Five Feels Of College Seniors

By Education at Work | March 26, 2015

It’s finally that time…college graduation. You’ve been through the sleepless nights studying, the crazy nights out with your best friends, the painful breakups, and the constant feeling of having no idea what you want to do with your life and now it’s finally here. You’re not quite sure how you feel about moving on from…

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