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Job Hunting in 2018: Optimism is Key and Other Tips from the Front Lines Now is the Time for All Good (Wo)men to Look for a Job! The economy continues to rebound and unemployment rates are slowly dropping, and the future for job seekers seems to be bright. Job...read more
The Six P’s of Career Transition You are probably familiar with the five P’s of task accomplishment: Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance. When it comes to career transition and job-hunting, however, there are six additional P’s that will help you maintain your...read more
Building a Corporate Program to Support Veterans in the Workplace U.S. military veterans and transitioning service members represent a highly-valued, yet under-supported demographic in today’s workforce. With nearly 200,000 men and women transitioning out of the...read more
Myth: I should make more money because I am the best at what I do. Myth Busted: Higher pay comes with broader job scope and is not necessarily based on merit. In other words, pivot your brain (and wallet) to think and talk in terms of the quantifiable differences in...read more
When psychologist Abraham Maslow explained his hierarchy of needs, there was no mention of the workplace. However, as humans, every employee is still subjected to the needs described by Maslow. We all need something more from our jobs. I recently sat down with...read more
5-Tricks to Increase your Productivity Many people start their day with optimal energy, but their efforts wane as the day progresses. It’s difficult to sustain productivity for anyone, but there are hacks to help you maintain top efficiency throughout the day. ...read more