Quality of Sleep Linked to Major Diseases

  *CAREERXCHANGE (WELLNESS) – CXC’s new endeavor to bring you content rich in wellness and lifestyle tips for a healthy life, inside the office – and out.   The Power of Sleep:   It was fascinating to learn that only 1/3 of adults get the CDC’s recommended 7 hours of sleep and those who do… Read more »

What Can I Do While I’m Unemployed?

  Unemployment is a turbulent, and often, weary time of uncertainty and wasted efforts. I can speak from personal experience that being unemployed almost feels like a full-time job – applying to 30-40 positions online daily, pursuing leads, scheduling coffee dates and sprucing up your resume for the 10th time over. (My point is, it’s… Read more »

New Market, New Changes: Employers Finding New Ways to Retain Their Talent

  The unemployment rate in Florida is the lowest it’s ever been since 2007 – 4.7%. With this surge in employment, companies are working even harder to retain their talent.   A Different Climate:   Updating compensation, offering stock options and bonuses and using more flexible work hours or telecommuting are just some of the tactics… Read more »

An Evening of Possibilities and a Magical Night

  A Gala for a Great Cause:   CAREERXCHANGE, Inc. is so very honored to be a Gold Sponsor of Our Pride Academy, a school for special needs children and young adults in the Miami Dade County area. They have grown their class from a dozen to over 125 individuals and continue growing. That is… Read more »

3 Steps to Combat Office Burn-Out

  We’ve all been there… That moment when we want to give up, move on, or just get plain bored at the office. Lots feel this way, sure, but why is that? Why do we get burned out, sometimes past a point of no return, and risk our health, sanity and not to mention the… Read more »

Bringing Back HRA’s and What it Means for your Small Firm

  Good news for small businesses and employers who prefer alternative healthcare plans.   “Late last year, Congress re-authorized Health Reimbursement Arrangements for business with fewer than 50 employees. As a result, these firms won’t risk large penalties on payments they provide to workers who purchase their own health insurance. “   Despite news circling… Read more »

5 Ways to Make Your Mornings the Easiest They’ve Ever Been

  1.) Get a good night’s rest. Exercise at least 2 hours before bed, eat a light dinner and put away your devices in the bedroom (try putting them on Sleep Mode if you ABSOLUTELY need to be connected).   2.) Prep breakfasts (and lunches) the night before for a quick grab and go option…. Read more »

How to Hit a Home Run During Your Next Phone Interview

So, you’ve gotten an email from a company responding to your submitted resume and the human resources manager or department head would like to set up a phone interview. Congratulations! All that time and effort you put into building and writing your resume has finally paid off. Now, you need to put in a little… Read more »

What to Do When You Get Crazy Interview Questions

Simply sitting down for a job interview can be unnerving enough, but what if the interviewer throws you a crazy curveball question: “If you could be any planet besides Earth, which one would you be?” Even if you knew a curveball was coming, it can be difficult to deal with. Do you take a swing?… Read more »

Take Your Budget to the Next Level

So you’ve set up a basic budget by figuring out your monthly income and expenses, setting aside a few bucks to splurge, starting to save and investing in your 401(k), but now what? Is there a way to further parse your budget and make your finances even more efficient? Of course there is, but to… Read more »