About the Author: Alan Diamond is a 22-year-old Irish graduate that specializes in Marketing, PR & Event Management. He has both a Bachelor of Business and a Bachelor of Arts from separate leading higher education institutions in Ireland. He is currently volunteering for the Business Leaders for Obama – an organization that raises awareness for the re-election of [...]
About the Author: Vanessa Millar is about to finish her undergrad in Communications and jump into the job searching process. She likes to read, travel and practice yoga. She is interning in Barcelona for the summer; you can check out her blog here!
As a fellow job seeker, I’d like to pass on a piece of [...]
About the Author: Melanie Slaugh is enthusiastic about the growing prospects and opportunities of various industries and writing articles on various consumer goods and services as a freelance writer. She writes extensively for Internet service providers on topics that present the consumer the information the need to choose the Internet package for them. She can be [...]
With Gen Xers and Baby Boomers still largely in the workforce, and Gen Y now beginning to enter the workplace arena, HR now has the tricky task of ensuring that everyone is on the same page and effectively collaborating with one another.
This may seem like no easy feat — but the Five Star Model is [...]
About the Author: Margo Andrews graduated from a Big Ten school in May and has been working as a temporary member of the creative team in a marketing and communications office. She hopes to turn her experience into a full time job in Public Relations.
I recently finished my first full week as a temporary employee in [...]
Millennials are beginning to pour into the workforce, and some employers and HR managers aren’t sure how to deal with this tech-savvy, multitasking generation.
Some of those working with Gen Y feel they are lazy, entitled, and bad communicators. But the key to communicating with Gen Y lies in recognizing the type of circumstances in which [...]
About the Author: Barbara Jolie is a full time freelance writer and blogger. She is passionate about lifelong learning and online education. When Barbara is not blogging about all things education, she enjoys spending time with her calico cat, Moses, and her pet parakeet. If you have questions email her at barbara.jolie876(at)gmail.com.
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For this week’s #ProCircles chat, our guest host Rich Grant (@ThomasCareer) lead the the discussion on advanced networking tips and best practices. A big thank you to Rich for his advice and all those who participated with their own!
Remember, you can join us for our next #ProCircles chat Thursday, June 28, at 8pm EST!
If you [...]
When breaking down a job description from one of your skilled workers, you may find that they’re in fact performing the duties of several jobs. Due to the economy, many workers found themselves taking on additional roles as most organizations were forced to do more with less. According to the Labor Department, we’re actually producing [...]
Join us this Thursday (6/14) at 8pm EDT for our #ProCircles chat with special guest host Rich Grant (@ThomasCareer). We’ll be discussing advanced networking tips, so be sure to tune in!
Rich is the director of career services at Thomas College in Waterville, Maine and the president of the Maine College Career Consortium. He is an [...]
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