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4 Ways 2020 Has Shifted Behavioral Changes In The Workforce

Posted on September 24, 2020 by BWBacon.

Looking back, it is hard to pinpoint a year that felt such massive pivotal change as 2020. From the pandemic, to the trials of an election year and cultural reckoning of America, it goes without saying there will be changes in the workforce as well.

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How To Fail At Declining An Offer– Avoid These Common Mistakes

Posted on September 21, 2020 by BWBacon.

There are many paths to declining an offer graciously and professionally. There are also many ways to decline an offer the wrong way, and suffer potential repercussions on your own job search and reputation as a candidate.

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The Denver Music Scene Seeks Revival With Outdoor Shows

Posted on September 7, 2020 by BWBacon.

If you live in Colorado, you probably understand the passion people have for the lively Denver music scene. Our state is home to some incredible venues like Red Rocks, Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater, and the new Mission Ballroom. We have become accustomed to a flourishing industry that has experienced […]

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Are Office Relationships Changing With Remote Work Company Culture?

Posted on August 20, 2020 by BWBacon.

The overall benefits of working remotely have been a focus of this year, but no system is perfect. Translating the feeling of being together and collaborating in an office is difficult to achieve with remote work company culture. It’s no surprise that loneliness is the second most common issue […]

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Make A Game Plan For Balancing Work With Family

Posted on August 14, 2020 by BWBacon.

If you’re a working parent, handling everything life has thrown at you this year, may the force be with you. Like Luke learning to be a Jedi master, balancing work with family at home is next-level challenging. Kids running behind someone or curiously joining a Zoom meeting may be the norm now, but […]

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