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Grocery Stores Adapt Hours for Senior Citizens and the Vulnerable

Most of us have heard the sweet quote from Mister Rogers, where he said, When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” These days, this couldn’t ring truer. The Coronavirus has […]

Tips for Pursing Productivity While Working from Home

In recent weeks, companies around the globe have shifted employees to virtual platforms in efforts to help fight the spread of COVID-19. Apple, Google, Chevron and Salesforce are among the numerous organizations putting their employees and client’s safety first. In 2017, it was estimated that 8 million Americans work from home on occasion. However; for […]

Tips for The New and Aspiring Professional

You may be, or soon be, finding yourself joining the corporate world. Long hours, briefcases and laptop bags and extensive note taking are not the only things you are bound to encounter. There are so many other aspects of the job you must now be aware of and this blog will attempt to cover just […]

Respectful Relationships in The Workplace

The workplace is changing and generational challenges within teams is a common occurrence. From rules to locations and hours, every workplace is different. Today, organizations are made up of team members in varying age groups and this may lead to generational challenges. From Boomers to Millennials, staff are comprised of talented folks of varying ages. […]

How to Work with Your Spouse

As Valentine’s Day approaches, we can’t help but have love on our minds. The love of a caring partner and coming home to someone you care about, after a long day. But what if you didn’t have to wait until the end of the day to see your partner? What if you worked with them […]

Outlining Your 2020 Vision

As the new year takes off, this is a great time to outline your vision (i.e., thoughts and goals) for 2020. Now is the time to get focused on your professional and personal goals and to begin formulating a plan as to how you are going to reach your goals to make this one of […]

Smokers Need Not Apply

A recent news story was published by ABC 15 News Arizona discussing the fact that the well-known company, U-Haul, would no longer interview or hire nicotine users. A company spokesperson said the change would be effective February 1 of this year. The company is based in Arizona and, according to the article, it is legal […]

Giving Back During the Holidays

As we run around town looking for the perfect gifts to give loved ones and friends, let us be reminded that some are not as fortunate as we are during this time of year. Individuals may be away from family, down on their luck or simply in need of some cheer. Oftentimes, leaders possess a […]

Maintaining Your Well-Being Around Digital Usage

As universities and colleges prepare for winter break, many students look forward to stepping away for a few weeks to indulge in other activities, such as seasonal work, returning home to loved ones, or a well-deserved vacation. No matter where students find themselves during winter break, it is likely they are also perusing online websites […]

StudentCPT Alumni Spotlight: Hannah Kraebel

Lover of farmers markets and coffee, StudentCPT alumna, Hannah Kraebel, finds herself immersed in the New York City (NYC) culture. Hannah, who graduated from Lipscomb University in 2018 with a degree in entrepreneurship, was known by her peers and instructors as a natural born leader. She served in many leadership positions, including StudentCPT vice president […]