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Archive for the ‘On the Job’ Category

This is what it looks like to love your job

Feb 16, 2015 | 1

Jim Cantore, Meteorologist at The Weather Channel, shows us what a perfect job match looks like in this video of him out in one of the worst winters on record. We should all be so so fortunate to love being in an office, construction site, hospital, restaurant, oil rig, or wherever the heck it is we earn a living - as he does in a snowstorm.

Recognizing the diverse talents of employees

Aug 02, 2014 |  

In the middle of a somewhat tense personal moment I realized that no matter where I am my eyes are wide open to the workplace experience, the employer / employee relationship - as a professional critic.

Same major less compensation for recent female grads

Feb 06, 2013 | 4

There are so many factors in the gender pay gap conversation that's been going on for eons. Is it real when we compare apples to apples and what can we do to right the apple cart if it is?

How to Downsize Yourself

Jan 17, 2013 |  

You have heard it before - if it sounds to good to be true it usually is. There's nothing like an honest day's work for an honest day's pay. Click to read more on why you should keep your nose to the grindstone not up in the clouds...

Challenges for Minorities in Healthcare

Jun 24, 2012 | 1

True Story: You went to college, studied hard, graduated, got your license - and the patient doesn't want you to treat him because of the color of your skin.

I need to interview for my own job – help!

Jun 08, 2012 |  

Imagine being faced with having to having to re-interview for your own job. That's exactly the scenario laid out in my inbox this week. Keep calm and read on to see how to turn what could be a nauseating event into a a great opportunity...

A Conversation on Religion in the Workplace

Apr 07, 2012 |  

Ever wonder if putting CCD Instructor on your rsum is a good idea or not? NEPA Freethought Society runs a podcast series and invited me to talk about religion in the workplace...

The result of a culture of ethical leadership – The Hotel Hershey

Mar 26, 2012 |  

All too often employees fail to impress and make an experience memorable in a less than stellar way. This is what happens when they make the experience so good you have to wonder why - and then you figure it out...

A tale about social media, drinking pics and workers comp

Feb 04, 2012 | 2

By now it seems the word has gotten through to most job seekers that uploading photos to the Internet that could potentially call into question their character by prospective employers isn't a good idea. Next goal to tackle this Super Bowl weekend - workers compensation claimants.

The Annual Performance Review and You

Jan 14, 2012 | 4

Managers sit on the painful tip of the double edged sword of having to do reviews on others and being reviewed themselves. Its fair to say they take it in one end and give it out the other.