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  • Workers
    Work Related Psychological Trauma
    The country is governed for the richest, for the corporations, the bankers, the land speculators, and for the exploiters of labor. The majority of mankind are working people. So long as their fair demands - the ownership and control of their...
  • How long have you worked for your current employer?
    How long have you worked for your current employer?
    According to a recent survey, nearly 40% of recruiters and hiring managers said that job hopping is the single biggest obstacle for job seekers. Potential employers see job hoppers as lacking in loyalty. Soon after an employee is trained to do her...
  • Be careful regarding what you put in your resume
    Be careful regarding what you put in your resume
    It is important that job applicants customize their resumes for each job for which they apply. In many cases, employers first machine scan resumes to look for specific verbs. In customizing their resumes, however, job applicants must make sure...
  • Is there an internship in your future?
    Is there an internship in your future?
    This article will describe internships and will discuss the advantages of internships for job seekers and employers.Internshipsconsist of full time or part time, paid or unpaid, on-the-job, temporary training to prepare interns for professional or...
  • Do you know what you have?
    Group insurance and group benefits – know what you have and what you don’t have
    If you’re an employer or an employee, group insurance is a good thing. For employers, a group insurance plan helps strengthen compensation packages making it easier to recruit and retain quality people. For both employers and employees, a...
  • Practice Common Interview Questions
    Interviewing: Nuts and Bolts Tip #1
    Practice Common Interview QuestionsGood planning and preparation can take some of the angst out of interviewing. Take your time in the days before an interview to make sure you have all your bases covered.This is it! An interview heralds the end...
  • Taking a sabbatical from work
    Should I take a sabbatical from work?
    Even the lucky few among us who really, really love their jobs occasionally dream of taking a break from the hustle and bustle of working life. For those who aren’t so head over heels about their roles, thoughts of taking a sabbatical can...
  • Some Things To Consider When Starting A Business
    Some Things To Consider When Starting A Business
    Thinking about starting a business, an important accomplishment is to acquire some knowledge about general tax responsibilities. These tax responsibilities include entity choice, business taxes, accounting methods and healthcare.Entity Choice - In...
  • Resume
    The number one mistake you're making on your resume
    Most recruiters and hiring managers see several resumes a day, at least, when they are actively hiring for a role. Because of the high volume of job applicants, it is important to have a successful resume that can capture the attention of a hiring...
  • Working with a recruiter
    Working with recruiters: what you're doing wrong and how to fix it
    Recruiters can be an amazing asset to your career, whether you’re actively looking or just hoping to be considered for any great opportunities that might be available. However, many people have misconceptions about recruiters and are not...
  • Picky Hiring Person
    How to Find a New Job...Without Tipping Off Your Current Employer
    Looking for a new job without tipping off your current boss requires a little thought and planning. There may be reasons you want your boss to know you are looking for a different job – maybe your company is undergoing downsizing and is...
  • How can job candidates stand out from their competition?
    How can job candidates stand out from their competition?
    As they attempt to stand out from their competition, job applicants must appreciate the importance of persistence and positive impression management. Job applicants must be concerned with the way they conduct themselves both during and after work...
  • Need glasses?
    Five keys to developing a door-opening resume
    The last installment in this space emphasized how resumes should focus around one basic principle – demonstrating the value that you can bring a potential employer. That value comes through a rigorously focused statement of one’s...
  • 8 Questions to ask in 2013 to get ready for 2014
    8 Questions to ask in 2013 to get ready for 2014
    8 Questions to ask in 2013 to get ready for 2014See if you can answer 8 questions to help you to get started:1. What do you believe will take you to the next step in your career?2. What obstacles do you believe may keep you from reaching your...
  • Tombstone
    Three career kisses of death and how to avoid them
    Life is messy. Often even the best-laid career plans go awry; but an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Do you know what employers are looking for when they read your resume? More importantly, do you know what will get your resume...