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What are You Doing to Address the Under-representation of Women in Senior Roles at Your Company?
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What are You Doing to Address the Under-representation of Women in Senior Roles at Your Company?

There has been recent media attention to the under-representation of women in senior roles, from congress to business. Two recent Wall Street Journal (WSJ) articles shed some light as to why. While the reasons are not rocket science, most of us know about and have experienced them ourselves; it is […]

I Hate My Job, But What Can I Do About It?
Careers and Work

I Hate My Job, But What Can I Do About It?

Expert Reveals How to Change Your Career By Adding A Little Soul The late comedian George Carlin once said, “Do you hate your job? Sorry to hear that. There’s a support group for that. It’s called EVERYBODY, and they meet at the bar!” As a consultant on employee engagement to […]

There is More to the Job Interview Than Answering Questions
Careers and Work

There is More to the Job Interview Than Answering Questions

It’s in the Ears by Carole Martin Most people who have an interview scheduled work like crazy on the answers to the questions that may or may not be asked. They focus entirely on the questions and answers and are very nervous about having all the right answers.. If you are […]

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Five Ways To Tell If Your Company’s CEO Earns His/Her Pay

Dr. Linda Henman isn’t as concerned about CEOs getting paid large salaries as much as she is about them being worth it. CEOs earned an average annual paycheck of $11 million in 2010, with pay soaring by an average of 23 percent last year, according to research released by the […]

Looking Good on Paper
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Looking Good on Paper

Résumés For Dummies®, 6th Edition Helps You Stand out in the Crowd and Land That Dream Job Is your job search stalling out after you submit a résumé but before you’re offered an interview? With a recession that has caused a 10 percent unemployment rate, affecting 15.3 million Americans, having […]

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