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- You Lost Your Job – Now What? (Simone Emmons)
- Demand for Bilingual Professionals Grows in U.S. (Simone Emmons)
- Job Search Tips for Job Seekers (Simone Emmons)
Finding a job has become much more of a challenge in recent years. Using the Internet as an additional resource will increase your options to find many great job opportunities, which are not always advertised in the newspaper.
- Solving Problems in a High Stress Environment; Serving the public (Simma Lieberman)
People who are in very stressful job really benefit from stress management and communication skills training. Participants learn skills that can make their work and personal life easier and less stressful.
- How To Achieve Multiple Career Goals (Michael Fleischner)
Many people aim to achieve different or unique career goals with their resume. And in today's environment, having multiple career goals isn't all that unique. Many individuals feel that different career goals require different resumes.
- Interview Follow-up Letters - Do You Know Their Importance? (Simone Emmons)
You’ve had your interview with a perspective employer. Now what? Do you simply wait for a response or do you take a more proactive stand? The fact is that job searching doesn’t end with the interview. It’s what you do in the days that follow the interview
- How Moms Re-entering the Work Force Can Find the Job of Their Dreams (Brian Kurth)
If you are one of the many women in the U.S. thinking about returning to the workforce after taking time out to start a family, you might feel a bit lost.
- Cover Letters – An Important Introduction (Simone Emmons)
Your resume can present your skills, education and experience to a possible employer, but your cover letter must encourage the perspective employer enough to consider you from hundreds of candidates competing for a particular job opening.
- Interview Tactics - Stand Out From The Crowd (Simone Emmons)
Going into an interview without a plan is like committing employment suicide. There are several things that you can do to prepare for an interview that will make a lasting impression in the interviewer and make your skills stand out from the crowd.
- The Life Juggle: How to Find Lifework Balance (Simma Lieberman)
Almost any time I read an article or hear someone speak about life work balance for speakers, the solution is the same- take a year off, take your family on a cruise, take your family with you.
- Surviving Office Politics At Your New Job (Simone Emmons)
Whether you are just starting your first job or your 10th job, you will find that office politics is consistent in all companies. Office politics is something that is inherent in any company you may work for.