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Filed Under:Career & Jobs / Job Hunting
Posts on Regator:733
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Archived Since:June 7, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Representing your Company at Special Events

Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to best represent your company at special events.

Professional photography gives house more exposure on market

Today?s real estate listings don?t just document that a house is on the market. Professional photography of a house stirs the emotions and makes people say, ?I want to live in that house,? said Matt Murphy, founder and president of Boston Virtual Imaging.

Wednesday @ Noon: Job Doc Chat With Cory Crist

Cory Crist, a principal staffing manager at recruiting firm WinterWyman, is an expert in HR, contracting and hiring. She takes your questions during a live chat Wednesday.

Working on Labor Day

Pattie Hunt Sinacole answers a reader's question about Labor Day.

Tommy?s Rules or Respecting Other Cultures

Peter Post discusses the importance of respecting different customs and norms of behavior as a person travels into a different culture.

Should I leave Before my Working Notice is up?

Elaine Varelas offers advice as to why leaving a company before your working notice is up may not be the best option.

Auto glass installer steers vehicles to better visibility

The windshield is like a sandwich, with a piece of vinyl between the two pieces of glass. This laminate holds the windshield together, which is why it doesn?t shatter like a window in a door.

Now: Job Doc Chat with Elaine Varelas

Elaine Varelas, managing partner of Keystone Partners in Boston, has over 20 years experience in career consulting, executive development and coaching. She takes your career questions during a live chat Monday at noon.

Re-thinking volunteer on a resume

Pattie Hunt Sinacole shares advice on how to best position several volunteer positions on a resume.

The fastest way to make (or break) trust

When someone tells you he is "hopefully" going to do something, writes Paul Hellman, you suspect the opposite: there's no hope whatsoever; you're headed straight for despair.

FOrKS and B & D

Peter Post explains the position of utensils for a typical four-course business meal. In addition he offers a simple way to know which bread plate and glasses are yours and which belong to the people near you.

The 411 on References

Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to manage and use references to land a job

Attorney Outsources Her Legal Advice for Small Businesses

As a former general counsel herself, Jan Glassman knew that start-ups need advice on the same quandaries ? contracts, labor regulations, licenses and permits, intellectual property, tax compliance ? as big businesses.

Re-entering the workforce after a hiatus

Pattie Hunt Sinacole provides suggestions to a professional eager to return to a professional career.

Just what does it mean to be a professional?

Peter Post explores the meaning of professionalism both as it relates to the principles of etiquette and other traits that embody what professionalism is.

Speeding up the Hiring Process

Elaine Varelas offers advice as to how to approach the job search process

South End Green Grocer Cultivates Green Oasis

Steve Napoli's venture in the South End, Snap Top, is a throwback to the neighborhood corner grocery store, where the best locally grown fruits and vegetables are displayed with the rustic aesthetics of vintage produce crates and hand-painted murals.

Suddenly, I?m Going Abroad for Business

Peter Post examines business travel overseas with specific advice for for hot button relationship building issues including passports, visas, customs, greetings, attire and appearance, gifts, toasts, and dining.

Don't Let the Bed Bugs Bite, Says Pest Control Specialist

?For us, don?t let the ?bed bugs bite? is just a childhood rhyme, but our grandparents certainly knew what they were.?

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