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This area will help you enhance your career through developing yourself and your staff in ways that will enrich life, enhance relationships and escalate progress. You will find professional and  career planning resources that can help you set and realize your career,  personal, and professional goals. Not just for you personally, but also for your business, and employees as well.

A Job Board Doesn’t Work Alone

sukishahSome of the top hiring companies today rely on online job boards like to discover possible candidates for open positions; but the reality is that top talent is rarely hired from a job board, alone. For job seekers, posting your resume to an online job board is on par with randomly emailing a general resume and cover letter to hundreds of companies – and then failing to follow up to make sure that the message was received.


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Hired or possibly not: From both sides of the recruiting wall.

coreyfeldman I have spent 18+ years in HR, most of which I have worn a recruiting hat for part of all of my job. Due to a major contract loss, my days have been reduced to 3 per week. This obviously puts me in the role of job seeker. Last week I was supposed to have a telephone interview with [redacted] for a Regional Human Manager position.

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The Three Legged Stool of Career Management

gerrycorbetEffectively managing your career in the economy of today is a vastly different world than it was just a few short years ago. No longer does it suffice to have just a resume of qualifications and access to job boards and a few connections to executive search firms. Managing a career in the public relations and communications industry can often be a full time job akin to managing the communications strategy for a Fortune 1000 firm or being a product promotion specialist in the world of technology.


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Relationship Help: Do You Have a Crazy-Making Partner or Co-Worker?

rhobertashalerphdDo you have a partner, boss or co-worker who you would often–operant word, often–describe as crazy-making?  Does s/he frequently seem to give with one hand and grab it back with the other? This can be a description of the emotional and verbal behavior of a passive-aggressive person.

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How to get a job in a stressed economy

findajob copyAs a recruiter what I have often seen as the biggest mistake that candidates make in looking and getting a job - they apply to jobs of which they are not qualified. They look for jobs that they think they would be great at, but not what they Have Actually Done, nor do they any practical experience.

 And especially today, with so many unemployed, candidates don't recognize that if they Send out too many resumes to the same company; especially resumes that do not demonstrate qualifications to the positions which they are applying - the companies will ultimately blacklist these individuals.  

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Growth in women's share of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) occupations declined to 27% in 2011from a high of 34% in 1990. While women make up nearly half of the workforce, they were 26% of the STEM workforce in 2011.

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