With Alan Turing much on my mind these days (being knee-deep in Andrew Hodges’ outstanding book and having just seen the phenomenal movie it inspired), it’s hard not to apply the word Enigma to todays’ labor market. Without question, the overall trend of the labor market has been positive for quite some time and momentum has recently […]
Peter Post looks beyond getting etiquette of actually eating to offering four tips to make your business meal experience successful plus explaining the most important thing a person can do at a business meal: participate.
Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to move to the next step when you're already high up on the corporate ladder.
Will you be making New Year’s resolutions for 2015? While 50 percent of us make resolutions each year, just 8 percent are actually successful at achieving those goals. This year, it’s time to do something different. When it comes to your career, there’s no better time to take stock and set goals than the start of the year, but […]
When New York painter Amy Sillman did her mid-career retrospective here last year, I collaborated directly with her, visiting her studio to brainstorm limited edition pieces to sell in the store.
Have I ever told you that I get job offers every year? Wouldn't you love to have companies bring you job offers instead of having to go searching for them? You can get the same results with your own blog. You'll Enjoy These ArticlesShow More Summary
Pattie shares some tips for a New Year's resolution - a new job!
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Peter Post explains how making group introductions helps people who have never met build rapport and begin developing positive relationships.
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Students such as Thomas help to stock shelves, clean fitness machines, sort paperwork or set up lunches at a senior center.
Imagine receiving a job offer for a new position at a company, but there is one stipulation you must meet before starting: take a two-week paid vacation. Say, what? Yes, precations are a growing requirement at companies across the country, and some argue this requirement benefits the new employee and company alike. You may have […]
Pattie responds to a question on holiday job hunting.
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Peter Post suggests bosses use the new year as a time to assess how to create a better more positive workplace environment and to improve relationships with employees.
Over 50 of the most-viewed job search blog posts this year. These were the most popular, most viewed and in some cases, most shared, posts of each job search or recruiting related blog listed here below in the past year. The list isn't...Show More Summary
The holidays are typically a welcome time of year at any office. The hustle and bustle of closing up Q4 paired with tree decorating, holiday parties and other breaks from the norm can all combine to help people bond and get to know each other outside of the day-to-day routine. In fact, you may be […]
Our Island Creek oysters are a little non-traditional because they?re round and very fluted, and of course they have a unique flavor profile ? super briny up-front with a vegan sweetness and a buttery finish.
Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to learn the rules when given a company credit card.
Last week I attended a celebration of life service for a very special man. It was a sad, sad occasion. Even though it was stated by a family member that the service was to be a celebration of life, I...