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Is Work-Life Balance a Total Myth?

On average, we spend 90,000 hours, or 1/3 of our lives at work. How can we say we need work life balance when a huge portion of life is work? The fact is, “life” is way more complex than “not-working,”

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Takeaways From the Interns of LaSalle

As our summer internship program wraps up, the Interns of LaSalle share their key takeaways!   Want more? Check out their tips for transitioning to a 9-5 job.

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Happy Parent's Day: How Parents Influenced Our Careers

In anticipation of Parents’ Day this Sunday, we reflect on the people who’ve made us the professionals we are today. A few LaSallian’s share how their parents influenced their careers…

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Tips on Transitioning to 9-5 from the Interns of LaSalle

Transitioning from college to a structured 9-5 workday can be tough. But don't worry, we asked a few of our Interns of LaSalle for their tips!      

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7 Ways to Become an Entrepreneur’s Right Hand Man

More and more people are getting the itch…the itch to join a hot start up that is. It’s not just in Silicon Valley, it’s in Nashville, Denver, Austin, the list goes on and on of cities across the

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6 Things to Consider When Your Employee Asks to Move Teams

Internal transfers are not a new phenomenon. Employees rotating to a different team within the organization happens often; however, it’s not always easy for managers to tell whether or not it’s the

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3 Ways to Improve Company Culture

Establishing your company’s culture is about understanding your goals and creating the best environment to achieve them. Ping pong tables and free food are great, but that’s not culture. Culture is

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5 Questions to Uncover a Company's Culture

If you’re up for changing careers or just plain job hunting in the New Year, check out career opportunities here. 

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Happy National Fun at Work Day!

Today is National Fun at Work Day, a holiday created by an unknown founder, who knows how long ago. It's one of the many obscure, entertaining holidays that come and go every year, with little fanfare.

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