Human Resources

twc on April 3rd, 2011

  Over the last several years, we have seen a dramatic shift in the concept of a “career” as more and more people have been downsized, right sized, outsourced, and the like.   A career isn’t just vertical anymore; it’s how horizontal and in many cases, very much a zigzag. What do you do if you’re […]

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Continue reading about Career Change and Your Resume

In today’s market, it’s all about your individual brand and what you can do to standout from the other applicants and candidates for the positions for which you’re applying and interviewing. No, you don’t have to be a marketer to know anything about branding. But, you do have to know yourself and how to leverage […]

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Continue reading about Branding Yourself – Tips that You Can Use to Brand Yourself

twc on February 19th, 2011

As you may know, federal law protects job seekers and employees who are  40 years old and older. This protection falls under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).  As a job seeker, it can be very hard to prove age discrimination. A savvy employer knows how to run a recruitment and selection process that […]

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Continue reading about Job Searching Over 40

twc on February 12th, 2011

In today’s market, it’s not uncommon to find that people need to take a position well beneath their usual and customary occupation in order to keep food on the table and a roof over their heads.  While it may seem counterintuitive, it’s really not: the key is to get the job without destroying your future […]

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Continue reading about Survival Jobs

dgupta5150 on January 24th, 2011

All of us have to network for most things in life. It’s how most business gets done.  Many of us are very shy, introverted people who have a fear of networking – in person, by email, by phone, or in groups. In any job or other role that you’ve had,  you’ve networked. You may not […]

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Continue reading about Career Networking for Shy People

dgupta5150 on December 19th, 2010

Richard S Deems, PhD, co-author with daughter Terri A Deems, PhD, of the new 5-Star book, Make Job Loss Work For You – Midwest Book Review wrote “… is a must for anyone who wants unemployment to only be a transition;” and the 5-Star book Leading in Tough Times, on Microsoft’s recommended reading list; and […]

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dgupta5150 on October 6th, 2010

How has your culture benefitted HireBetter? Our culture is based on the beliefs that balance in our lives produces better results for our clients.  Our team is able to be more productive with the hours they work.  Because they do work from home, we have saved them a combined 13,000 hours a year in commute […]

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Continue reading about Jonathan Davis, Founder of HireBetter

dgupta5150 on September 28th, 2010

The primary reason startup businesses fail is due to management’s failure to correct one or more of the five key operating elements.  To avoid failure, you need to understand what these elements are and how to effectively implement them in your business.  Each element is discussed in this article. The first element is liquidity.  This […]

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Continue reading about The primary reason startup businesses fail by Joseph Phelon, MBA

How much money do you save by allowing telecommuting vs. having an office? Between rent, utilities, office equipment, etc. I am easily saving $2500 per month. Do you pass savings from telecommuting to Clients? YES!  Because we do not have a lot of overhead, we do not charge the same high rates ad agencies charge, […]

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Continue reading about Peter Geisheker, CEO of The Geisheker Group’s View on Telecommuting

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