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Filed Under:Career & Jobs / Job Hunting
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Archived Since:June 7, 2008

Blog Post Archive

The Three C?s of Emails

Peter Post explores how emails can be effective by being clear, concise, and correct?the three C's of email.

Networking Tips for Introverts

Elaine Varelas provides networking advice for introverts.

Safari outfitter prides itself on giving back to Tanzania

Why are safaris always number one or two on a bucket list? Seeing these phenomenal animals in their natural environment is something you won?t see anywhere else in the world.

Addressing Food Hygiene Issues with a New Employee

Pattie shares advice on how to address food hygiene concerns with an office newcomer.

3 ways to steal their attention

When your audience is distracted, says Paul Hellman, here's what to do.

Cover Letters and Résumés Are Still Critical To Successful Job Search

Peter Post explains the importance of résumés and cover letters to making your job application stand out, especially in the digital world of job search today.

Medical scribes help take burden of paperwork off physicians

"I act as a third arm for the healthcare provider; instead of typing and staring at the screen, the doctor can have more face-to-face time."

When Time Isn't Free

Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to handle requests for free labor.

A Response to "Tell Me About Yourself"

Pattie shares a response to a commonly asked interview question.

Etiquette = Golden Rule + Platinum Rule

Peter Post examines the difference between the Platinum Rule and the Golden Rule and shows how both rules help govern the way people successfully interact with each other.

Shoe e-retailer exec aims for right customer fit

Shoebuy is a department store online, open 24 hours; product is always moving. I work with our brands to satisfy customers ? we want to be ?on trend? but also have the reliable go-to styles that have been around for years

Expanding Your Job Search Geographically

Elaine Varelas offers advice on what to do when you're willing to expand your geographic search to land a job.

Career options for recent nursing grad

Pattie consults Laurie Halloran, President and CEO of Halloran Consulting Group, on the best career path for a recent nursing grad.

How not to die (on stage)

When learning a new skill, says Paul Hellman, get comfortable with uncomfortable.

Don?t Whine About The Wine

Peter Post tackles the questions of who orders wine and why at a business meal as well as what wine to order with which food and the importance of tipping on the wine.

When Office Gossip Gets Personal

Elaine Varelas consults with Kathleen Greer, Chairman of KGA, on what to do when office gossip gets personal.

'Spritzing' on digital devices helps readers stay up-to-date

Spritz is a tool that focuses you and makes it difficult to look away from the words in a text.

A Negative Facebook Post by a Restaurant Employee

Pattie consults with attorney Jeff Dretler to determine if an employee can be terminated based on a a negative Facebook post about their employer.

Life Imitates Business Etiquette Advice

Peter Post explores the concept of being a 24/7 professional with a real-life situation that occurred on the London subway. Actions reflect on a person's image 24/7 and can be the basis for opinions people develop about each other.

Does Anything Change when Management is on Vacation?

Elaine Varelas offers insight as to what employees should be concerned with when management is on vacation.

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