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  Does Your College Care If You Land A Good Job?
by Bob Roth - Jun, 2016
Although many students go to college with the goal of landing a good job at graduation, most colleges don’t care all that much about student employment goals. In fact, to ensure their survival, many colleges have very different goals: - Recruit enough new students to fill the class for next year - Keep students in school (paying tuition) as long as possible - Obtain donations from alumni - Seek money from all other...
 
  Making The Case: How To Retain Millennials In Law
by Lindsey Pollak - Jun, 2016
This year, we’ve seen news about companies in traditional industries like banking and consulting changing long-standing work practices to address millennials’ expectations about work-life balance and flexibility. (Of course, as one CEO told me, these changes are celebrated by all other generations as well.) One industry, however, remains as traditional as ever: law. In an industry that still lives and dies by the billable h...
 
  Your free time activities can energize your career
by Beverly Jones - Jun, 2016
Because energetic, enthusiastic employees get more done, today’s managers are exploring many ways to stimulate employee engagement. Some programs work better than others, but one point seems clear: it’s difficult for bored or unhappy leaders to motivate their teams. So perhaps your first rule for engaging colleagues is to be engaged yourself. Of course, it’s not always easy to pull yourself out of the doldrums. A variety of...
 
  Selecting the Right Goal Setting Protocol for Your Team (part 2)
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2016
The second part of our goal setting series looks at Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), as well as the modern business hurdles none of the current approaches seem to be able to solve. The Rise of Key Performance Indicators An outgrowth of MBO and S.M.A.R.T. goals was the Key Performance Indicator (KPI), or a key factor in monitoring the performance of strategic objectives integral to an organization’s success. Like S.M.A....
 
  Three Preventable Mistakes on Resumes
by Robin Schlinger - Jun, 2016
Resume clients often give me a copy of an outdated resume to serve as a starting point for creating a new, more powerful resume targeted to their current job search. Lately, some preventable writing and proofreading mistakes have been cropping up in those old resumes crop over and over again. For example, Marine Corps has appeared in more than one resume without the “s” in Corps. The word “corp.” is an abbreviation for “cor...
 
  When Your Resume is Useless and When It Is Useful
by Randy Block - Jun, 2016
After a speech, I often encounter someone from the audience who approaches me and asks: “What do you think of my resume?” I smile and ask: “What job are you applying for?” More often than not, they respond with: “Nothing in particular. I just want to know what you think of it?” I give it a cursory look for achievement metrics and style points and usually say, “It’s fine as is; but I could give you a better critique if you w...
 
  ACA Predictions Are Proved False - No Increase in Part-Time Employment
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
When the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, first passed, many speculated that there would be an increase in part-time employment. By reducing the work hours of existing full-time employees, or by increasing the number of part-time employees hired, employers could avoid ACA’s mandate that they must offer health insurance to all full-time employees. To briefly recap, the Affordable Care Act provision for employer...
 
  Expressing Your Opinion can Hurt Your Brand
by Debra Wheatman - May, 2016
The other day, I was reading an article on LinkedIn about gender equality at the executive level. It was written by a female executive who noted that there are very few female C-level executives in any size company and that diversity only helps companies to succeed. The article was in no way inflammatory, and it was very well written. However, a quick scan of the comment section was horrifying. I am alternately amazed and...
 
  Hop Off the Fence! The Power of Decision
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - May, 2016
When it comes to making important choices or taking risks, for many of us, it’s easier to make the decision not to make a decision. I’ve certainly been there, done that… I was ten years into my opera career…my dream profession…the career I’d spent half my life training for…when I started feeling that the life of an opera singer wasn’t such a wonderful life after all – at least for me. I was performing in opera houses...
 
  Career Satisfaction & Lateral Moves
by Georgia Adamson - May, 2016
Many people change jobs to gain career advancement because they feel stuck where they are and see no likelihood of change in their current organization. Conventional wisdom suggests that moving “up the ladder” is the way to advance professionally, which might mean finding a new job in another company. However, a relatively new trend in the work world indicates that not everyone thinks this way or adopts the traditional care...
 
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