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  • Impact Of Mergers And Acquistions
    by Tim Muma - October 19, 2020
    Mergers and acquisitions are a way for some companies to improve profits and productivity, while reducing overall expenses. While good for business, in some cases they are not good for employees. With a merger and acquisition come the requisite lay–offs, leaving many employees worried about their positions or the changing culture of the company. Unfortunately, there may be instances where you will have little to no...
  • What Employers Want
    by Andy Rasico - October 13, 2020
    What makes a good employee? While the response may differ from manager to manager and company, one constant holds true – employers want employees who are dependable, trustworthy, and good at their jobs. Great employees share certain characteristics and these are the ones that employers seek above and beyond the ability to fill a job description. If you are looking to position yourself as a great employee, make sure...
  • Celebrating Boss Day
    by Katie Saba - October 6, 2020
    If you're one of the millions of American workers, mark October 16th on your calendar to earn some extra brownie points at work. That's the day that bosses everywhere are nationally recognized for their efforts throughout the year. The history of Boss's Day began in 1958, when Patricia Bays Haroski registered 'National Boss' Day' with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Haroski was working as a secretary for St...
  • Job Search Support Groups
    by Andy Rasico - October 5, 2020
    To enhance their job search and make it more effective, many people are turning to the encouragement found in Job Clubs-groups for support, networking, and sharing tips on job hunting, resume writing, and interviewing. Many people find job clubs energizing and genuinely helpful in moving their job search forward. I spoke about job clubs with Jolene Varley Handy, the Director of Career Services at Grace Institute. Jolene...
  • Women And Equality
    by Katie Saba - September 28, 2020
    Women's Equality Day, the 19th Amendment (which guaranteed a woman's right to vote), and the Equal Pay Act are all early steps that have led to shaping gender equality in today's work force. In recognition of Women's Equality Day, the recruiting experts at America's Job Exchange take a look at the history of women and work. To truly look at the evolution of women's roles in the working world, let&...
  • Top Paying Career With Aa Associates Degrees
    by Katie Saba - September 21, 2020
    While many assume high-paying jobs require a bachelor's or graduate degree, there are a number of excellent career options available to associate's degree holders. The healthcare field, in particular, offers a number of rewarding careers with good income potential to professionals with associate's degrees.When considering your options for associate's degrees, consider these top five high-paying healthcare ca...
  • Give Grace During the Time of COVID
    by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - September 18, 2020
    As we move into the 6-month mark recognizing how COVID-19 has changed our lives, the stress is palpable. Many parents and students are struggling with online learning, childcare, and trying to work from home while also supervising virtual education for young children. That challenge intensifies if those parents have returned to a place of work beyond the home. Those who have work are adjusting to the new normal of perpet...
  • Value Internship Versus Job
    by Andy Rasico - September 18, 2020
    When you’re faced with the decision of taking a paying job over an unpaid internship in your field, it is worth considering whether the short–term paycheck will be more important than the long–term investment that interning can provide. While some internships are paid, many are not, which might lead a person into feeling as if the internship would be of no value because they would have nothing in their ban...
  • 10 Questions To Help You Know If Your Leader Or Manager Is Someone You Should Be Supporting
    by Kathy Caprino - September 17, 2020
    For 15 years, I’ve been coaching mid- to high-level professionals and leaders in achieving their highest and most rewarding goals. This involves helping them embrace new strategies and approaches that allow them to make the positive impact they long for and become the kind of leaders they want to be. Throughout the process, they’ve told me that in overcoming their own power gaps, they’ve expanded their abi...
  • Older Workers Jobs
    by Maxim Abdusselimov - September 17, 2020
    Of people age 55 and older, over 40 percent remain in the workforce. Many factors contribute to older workers remaining in the labor market longer, some of which include the economic downturn, increases in health costs and an aging population. As more and more older Americans look to pursue different careers or take on part-time employment to subsidize their income, there are several occupations that are growing particul...