Monthly Archives: August 2011

Tips to Embracing Change

If there is one thing guaranteed in life, it is – Change. There have been a lot written about dealing with change and I like to read as much as I can about it because I want to see if … Continue reading

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Why aren’t employers calling me back???

I’ve spent so much time on my resume and cover letter. I made sure each reflected the job I was applying too, have researched my target markets and companies, have used all the current buzz words and get no response! … Continue reading

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Gender perceptions at work

Do you feel there are different gender perceptions at your workplace? Have you ever experienced this? Please share your stories with us. We found a great article, “He’s Passionate, But She’s Unstable”, and have placed it in our Resource Rooms. … Continue reading

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Avoidable job search mistakes

Did you ever think that you could be sabotaging your own job search??? If so, share your story! We found a great article called “20 avoidable job search mistakes” and have placed it in our Resource Rooms. Take a look! … Continue reading

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How do you ask for a raise in these economic times?

Have you been feeling like you are deserving of a raise but do not know how to ask? Has your workload increased due to changes in the workplace? Have you kind of kept your head low and stuck in your … Continue reading

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Impressive candidate qualities

Have you ever wondered what hiring managers find to be the most impressive qualities they see in potential job candidates? Have you walked into and out of an interview feeling SO confident that you were perfect for the job and … Continue reading

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How To Make A Strong First Impression

“You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.” This was said to me even before going into the business world and I’ve always kept in mind throughout my career. I wholeheartedly believe it. Keeping this in … Continue reading

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