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3 Ways to be Excellent at Work

In a recent conversation with an small business owner, the subject of workplace excellence came up. We were discussing organizational culture and the since she was getting ready to hire her first employees, she wanted to clarify what she meant when she talked … Read More…

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Put your Best Foot Forward in Temp Jobs

The National Employment Law Project reports that temporary workers fill 2.5% of all jobs in the US.  Millions of new college grads, people reentering the workforce or those making career transitions will often have to spend some time in temp jobs.  No matter … Read More…

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Combat Job Search Age Discrimination

I spoke with a colleague recently who had lost a spouse and was looking to reenter the workplace.  It was pretty clear that his biggest concern was the job search age discrimination he felt he would face. He was worried about his chances of finding, … Read More…

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10 Rules for Career Success

Folarin Longe, founder of Human Edge Limited, a human resources consulting and staffing services firm developed this list of 10 Rules of Success. Your goal should be to apply these 10 rules of success, to your own career. It is not too early … Read More…

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Home for the Holidays and Bored?

If you came home for the holidays from college, you are probably now getting bored as family and friends return to their routines. If you have some free time now that everyone else has gone back to work, here are three ways to … Read More…

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Should I Name Job References on my Resume?

Having a list of professional job references is definitely part of an effective job search strategy. However, the names of references should not be listed on your resume. It is never too early in your college program to begin thinking about who will … Read More…

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