Archive for April, 2011
Earth Day, April 22nd, has come and gone but just because April is almost over doesn’t mean your green efforts should be.
After combing our office we realized there were so many ways we could save energy, paper, ink, lighting, heating, ect.
Here are some ways to make your office environmentally friendly.
- Shut off your monitor at night before you leave. Take it a step further and completely shut down
- Use PowerPoint presentations, email, or any other digital mode of “handing out” meeting notes to co-workers. Think about how many trees you saved with the click of a button
- If you don’t have recycle bins in the office – GET THEM.
- If you have to photocopy use the shrink feature to fit multiple pages on one page, front and back
- Recycle ink toner cartridges
- Switch off all electric devices and lights – coffee makers, printers, fax machines, ect.
- Did you know – Flickering fluorescent tubes use more energy? If you see one, change it!
- Bring your lunch, fill your water bottle at the water cooler, bring a coffee mug
- Use recycled paper if possible
- Go paperless – email invoices, bills, ect
If you have any GREEN ideas that you utilize in your office please share and leave a comment! Have a great week.
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Before you put on your black dress shoes, best dress shirt, and pack your briefcase, CONFIRM your appointment with your recruiter or HR Manager.
Here are is a key to making sure you don’t get lost, forget documents, or miss out on an amazing opportunity due to rescheduling.
- Email and/or call your recruiter or HR Manager to confirm the address and interview time.
- Consider all possible routes when mapping the directions
- Make sure you know the name/s of the person/s you are meeting with as well as their job title, and what their job responsibilities are
- The resume in your briefcase should be identical to the one you originally sent. If you’ve made any update print out a few copies and provide the interviewer with the document noting it’s updates
Arriving fully prepared, on time, and with all the items that are required is a great way to make a lasting first impression.
Good luck and please comment for further advice!
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