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  Both Soft and Hard Skills Are Important in IT Resumes
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
As an information technology (IT) professional, you are probably accustomed to speaking, thinking, and breathing technology. So now that it’s time for you to apply for new positions, you are likely ready to utilize all of those great technical terms that make your industry flow so smoothly. But as a candidate writing resumes for individuals who may not exactly be entrenched in your world, you may have to make a few tweaks...
 
  Mining For Your Executive Brand & Promoting ROI
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Nov, 2011
What has cemented the doom of many job seekers, including executive-level leaders, is their inability (or self-destructive refusal) to wrap their minds around the idea of marketing themselves with a unique identity as if they were a product. As a “product,” you must clearly articulate your executive brand, unique value proposition, and market an ROI. Yet, instead, most executives mount a precarious job search campaign wi...
 
  Why a LinkedIn Profile Is Crucial for C-Level Executives
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
LinkedIn has become the go-to site for individuals who want to display all aspects of their professional life in one place. By setting up a profile you can showcase your resume, display your professional websites and blogs, garner recommendations, catch up with former associates, and acquire new networking contacts. There’s currently no better online “catch all” for professionals hoping to gain exposure with recruiters and...
 
  Personal Excellence: Turning Tasks Into HABITS
by Andy Robinson - Nov, 2011
We recently interviewed Stever Robbins as a guest on the Career Success Radio Show. In preparation for the interview I read Stever's newest book, "Get-It-Done-Guy's 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More," -- a book I highly recommend. One of the helpful tips that Stever suggests in his book to overcome procrastination by turning routine tasks into habits -- daily habits, weekly habits, monthly habits, etc. Establish a habit by...
 
  Clash Points at Work – Geeks and Geezers
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2011
I was recently thinking about getting the new iPhone for my fifteen year old son. I still don't have a smart phone, and thought maybe it was time to get one for myself too and use some of the apps. My son quipped "why dad...you don't even know how to use all of the functions on the tv remote"! I’m the oldest of the Baby Boomers and my son is a Gen M or the Media Generation. He’s already started his own online advertising a...
 
  OFCCP’s Proposed Scheduling Letter Expands the Scope of Data Requested and Increases the Burden on Contractors
by Carmen Couden, Esq. - Nov, 2011
Earlier this year, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (“OFCCP”) published a notice of its intent to revise the standard scheduling letter sent to contractors at the start of a compliance review. The proposed changes to the scheduling letter significantly increase the burden on contractors as the OFCCP’s proposed scheduling letter broadens the scope of data required to be supplied by the contractor during...
 
  Seventy One Percent of Americans Disengaged at Work
by Marcia Robinson - Nov, 2011
Responses from American workers In a recent tracking poll from Gallup, revealed that 71% of Americans were "not engaged" or "actively disengaged" as it relates to their work. Gallup defines this disengagement to mean, "they are emotionally disconnected from their workplaces and are less likely to be productive." If these results are right and 71% of Americans are emotionally disconnected from their workplaces that leaves just...
 
  Supervisors Have to Find Ways of Motivating Staff Through This Recession
by Marcia Robinson - Nov, 2011
Economic reports show that despite the current recession, employee productivity is up. With some employees feeling overworked and unappreciated, supervisors are working hard to make sure they are motivating staff through this recession, These three simple strategies can help managers keep staff engaged and motivated. Motivating staff with the strategic planning process One of the things that can really depress employe...
 
  Veterans Helping Veterans: LinkedIn Tips for Job Seekers Who Have Served
by Lindsey Pollak - Nov, 2011
I often advise job seekers to reach out to people in their desired industries for advice and guidance. So, when I sat down to write a blog post to help job seekers with military backgrounds, I decided to follow my own advice. I posted a query here on LinkedIn asking veterans if they’d be willing to share some tips for other former servicemen and servicewomen. Not surprisingly, several veterans stepped up immediately to help...
 
  Why Bad Hires Harm More Than Your Bottom Line
by Marcia Robinson - Nov, 2011
Who has not heard the horror stories about the great applicant who turned out to be a really bad hire? No matter how tight the screening process, there are always some applicants who make it through the process with flying colors and who later turn out to be a bad fit for the organization. Bad hires come in many forms. It could be the person who has the skills, and is just not a good fit for the organization's culture. It coul...
 
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