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  1. Speak Up: Your Job Is At Stake! By Dale Kurow
    How good are you at standing up for yourself?Do you run the other way when done an injustice or when someone steps on your proverbial toes?How do you react?Now’s the time to speak up and stand your ground! If you’ve never done this, you need to master this skill.How many of you watched the “The Apprentice?” While the show is not the ultimate mirror of corporate life or a guide on how to be promoted, my clients have cited specific show episodes to highlight weaknesses they’d like to improve…


  2. How To Kill A Job Prospect In Seconds By Roy Miller
    Always tell the truth, no matter what it costs you.My father taught me that. It's fantastic advice. Not everybody takes it, though, and I certainly can't force you to.One of the places "truth issues" show up alarmingly often is on resumes.Lying on resumes is so common, at all levels, students to executives, that it's tough for potential employers to determine whether you're lying or not. But remember one thing before you even consider lying on a resume: You will be found out.How?Sometimes, a g…


  3. To Get Hired or Get Promoted, Attitude Is The Key By Bonnie Lowe
    When you're looking to get hired or get promoted, what do you think is your most important asset? Your experience? Knowledge? Skill? Talent?While all of those are advantages that will help you achieve your goals, there's one thing that's more important than all of them combined.Your attitude!I attended a board meeting recently. It should've been spelled "bored." Just about everyone's eyes were glazed over or nearly closed with fatigue as one dull presentation after another was foisted upon the…


  4. Job Search Secret #1 By Peter Fisher
    The job search secret that is so powerful it will blow your socks off is simple - if you think you want or need a Career Change all you have to do is understand this Job Search Secret:It's simple - Change your Thinking.When you’re looking for the new job or career move it’s easy to think that ‘they’ hold all the cards. But I want you to try and change the way you think about things. This one simple technique is the job search secret that will power you to truly deserved success.Some examples o…


  5. The Changing Values Landscape of the U.S. and How It Impacts Midlife Job Searchers, Part Two By Cheryl Lynch Simpson
    The values landscape of our nation is changing, and with it your personal values landscape is changing as well.  What does this mean and what does it have to do with midlife? Researcher Dr. Paul Ray says that the predominant values set held by Americans has been one he terms Modernist, with roots in the Renaissance.  Modernists presently represent 88 million U.S. adults, or 47% of the population, but the numbers of Modernists are shrinking as those who hold these values are increasingly leavi…


  6. The Pro's and Con's of Telecommuting - As Seen Through The Eye's of a Seasoned Telecommuter By Alexis Dawes
    Janelle Delacorte has been happily answering calls for the Home Shopping Network and various infomercials since November 2004.Several nights out of the week she tucks the kids in to bed, turns around, takes 20 or so odd steps, and arrives at the office. In her pajama's, no less.Janelle is a telecommuter.According to the 2004 ITAC American Interactive Consumer Survey, she's one of 24.1 million people who is employed by a company, and works from home. And as you can imagine, she loves her job.In…


  7. 5 Ways to Combat Job Burnout By Krista Regedanz
    Job burnout happens when the stress or prolonged frustration of a job or career contributes to emotional and physical exhaustion. The ability to cope with general life stressors outside of work is strained. This combination results in a lack of motivation, fatigue, irritability, and sometimes depression. Job burnout presents a significant challenge for everyone supporting the burned out individual.The challenge of burnout can be especially taxing for creative, goal-oriented people. When these…


  8. College Labor is Available in Ohio By Lance Winslow
    Ohio has always been big on education and that means a bright, energetic and reliable workforce for expanding businesses. A business which wants to expand its number of outlets should be looking strongly at the Ohio market place as there are many very strong and economically viable areas to do business.Mr. Jay Delane, Research Specialist over at the Convention Center in Dayton, said that labor was decent and that with all the colleges and universities in the area about 70,000 students were loo…


  9. Job Search: The End of the Line By Virginia Bola, PsyD
    There is an end to the job search tunnel!It has been a long, hard road: layoff, unemployment, fear, depression, and occasionally panic or despair. Beyond the trauma of losing your job stretches the uncomfortable, stress filled nightmare of looking for work. Emotionally reeling from the blows of joblessness, you picked yourself up and cast yourself out into the mind-numbing, ego-destructive, judgmental world of the job seeker.Now the nightmare is over. The offer has been made and accepted: you …


  10. The Career Benefits of Getting Clear! By Melanie Keveles
    Recently, I had one of those "aha moments" while in the bathroom – I might have been brushing my teeth. I'm told that we are more creative around water – and I certainly find my bathroom a great creative lab for me! Anyway – the thought I had was, "Fear fogs the brain."Now that may not be a profound thought– but it was to me – and I've been seeing how this situation operates more and more as time unfolds. The less fearful we are, the more present we can be with our lives, our work, and our …


  11. Petite Modeling: What Should You Wear to Your First modeling Photo Shoot? By Jennifer Parker
    If you're looking into making the petite modeling industry your career and are wondering what you should bring to your first photo shoot then this article is for you.Don't take this lightly. Your first impression needs to be a good one. You want to show the client that you will do whatever it takes to get the job done the way he wants it done. Usually the client will give you a list of what he needs you to wear. If you do not recieve a list of items you need to ask for one. This is very import…


  12. Create a Network and Catapult Your Job Search By Teena Rose
    Networking is still known as a great job-search strategy, yet it eludes some individuals simply because they don’t know how to go about it. Individuals also tend to shy away from networking because it’s time consuming. Unlike online résumé submission or folding a résumé, stuffing it in an envelope, and adhering a stamp, networking requires far more time and dedication. The results, however, can be quite different than those experienced from traditional résumé submission.Your network incorporat…


  13. Getting Started: 5 Things You Need to Decide When You Get Started with a Job Search By Jeff Altman
    There are few things more frustrating for a headhunter than asking a person basic questions that revolve around what you as a job hunter are looking for in a job and being given uncertain answers. I’m not talking about salary; that’s a question where a wise person states a target objective and is flexible enough to let the market decide their value.I’m speaking about these basic questions:1. What is your current compensation? The three wrong answers are: (1) a lie (A lie will be found out gene…


  14. Are You In A Groove Or A Rut? By Althea DeBrule
    Ruts: the routines in our work and lives that have become uninteresting and bothersome.Everyone has a favorite rut or two. They are comfortable, familiar and undemanding. If you stay in them long enough you begin to equate them with who you are and buy in to the belief that remaining steadfastly in them is all you can expect out of life.Ruts are furrows, gullies, creases and (dare I say) wrinkles where we tend to live life cheerfully and without much thought. We find one way of doing somet…


  15. What You Can't Ask a Job Candidate is as Important as What You Can Ask By Stephen Spain
    As a human resources professional or business owner, you face many challenges during the hiring process, from sorting through stacks of job applicant résumés to making an attractive offer to the one person you believe best matches the specifications of your open position's job description. The whole procedure is more than time-consuming; it can be stressful as well.None of the demands of finding and hiring the best candidate are more complex than those of the interviewing process. Besides spen…


  16. Where Will Your IT Staff Come From NOW? By Jeff Altman
    The labor recession is over. During the course of the recession, almost 500,000 IT positions were lost according to publicly collected data and anecdotal information suggests even more. According top a recent poll, American business will add over 200000 new IT jobs in 2005. Your staff will probably be scanning job boards to see their value and blocking access is useless; they’ll only do it at home.So now that companies are hiring again, where are they going to find their staff of educated expe…


  17. Top Ten Guidelines For Working With Executive Recruiters By Jeannette Kraar
    1. Select the right type of recruitment partnerDetermine whether you would be best served by a retained, contingency, contract or research based partner at a global, national or local level.2. Interview recruiters to find the appropriate fitEffective partnerships are built on mutual interests, opportunities, values and performance.3. Treat an interview with a recruiter with the same care and professionalism as a job interviewYou never get a second chance to make a first impression.4. Develop a…


  18. Someone Else By Nan S. Russell
    "I'm sorry, but I have to vent. It was a horrible day at work," began my friend on our monthly catch-up call. "We've all been there," I offered. "Yeah, but not like this." As a substitute instructional aid, she'd been asked to assist teachers on a field trip for 275 fifth graders to celebrate the successful completion of a testing week. Her bus was the last unloaded and by the time she entered the skating rink, it was chaos.Teachers were standing, arms crossed, griping that no one from the adm…


  19. The Myths of Career Change By Jeffrey Levine
    Chances are you already have many ideas about what it takes to successfully transition into a new career, even if you have never done it before. Some of those ideas might be useful – most probably are not. In this article I would like to expose The Myths of Career Change, which might actually be holding you back.MYTH #1: PASSION AND WORK ARE NOT COMPATIBLEIn fact, research shows the opposite to be true. Most successful people are those who have learned to follow their passion. The problem…


  20. Business & Career: Know Your Ruling Star! By James Clayton Napier
    "Know your Ruling Star. One man is better received by one nation than another, or is one welcome by one city than another. He finds more luck in one office or position than in another, and all though his qualifications are equal or even identical. Let each man know his luck as well as his talents. Follow your guiding star and help it without mistaking any other for it. Know how to transplant yourself. There are nations with whom one must cross their borders to make one's value felt.”— Baltha…


  21. Tips for Requesting a Raise By Bonnie Lowe
    You probably think you deserve a raise. But does your boss think so?Here's how to go about convincing your boss that you're really worth more than you're being paid.First, you must realize that doing a great job is NOT a good enough reason to justify a raise. Your employer EXPECTS you to do a great job. Your performance must be "over and above" what other employees in similar positions are doing. And you can't rely on your boss to recognize your true worth without help from you. If you don't a…


  22. Factual Employment Screening Part 2 By Thomas Lawson
    An Employment Screening OutlinePolicy DevelopmentA policy of Factual Employment Screening; Personality Evaluation/testing; and/or Drug Testing should be developed and embedded into the core policy manual rather than exist as a supplement or bulletin policy. This avoids any “after the fact” ramifications, should the policy be challenged under discriminatory theories.The policy should have an effective date, and if the corporate philosophy is for “purification” of existing staff, then a policy i…


  23. Why Moms Have the Upper Hand in Debt Collection By Michelle Dunn
    Collecting money is always a touchy issue for anyone, whether it is from someone you loaned it to, or someone who has purchased something from you. Women tend to want to wait, saying such things as, "Oh they will pay", or "Their having a hard time, I am sure they will pay when they can". Some of this is because we are compassionate creatures and some of it is because we will sometimes do anything in our power to avoid conflict or the thought of *gasp* someone not liking us, or thinking we ar…


  24. TMI: The Resume Destroyer By Pierre Daunic
    “They say my résumé should be only one page long. Is that correct?”Not necessarily. Many résumés are rightly two, three, or even more pages in length.On the other hand, many résumés are far longer than necessary. Carelessly written, they contain “TMI”—“Too Much Information”—and that mind-numbing surplus can damage or destroy a résumé’s ability to generate a job interview.Here are some tips to help you avoid that possibility:Eliminate “fluff.” Some of us use bloated, hackneyed, or empty phr…


  25. Who Should Write Your Resume? By Joan Ridley
    This is a question we get a lot. It seems rather easy to do it yourself if you have access to a word processing program and printer and feel comfortable writing your job history.I always wrote my own resumes over the years, for 10 successful job changes up the career ladder, as well as in 4 different states. Inherently I knew a few things about resumes – number one being to write each resume to fit the specific job and employer. I rarely wrote what I call a “generic” resume. One time in my …






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