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  The Art of Game Playing with OFCCP - Chess or Tug o' War?
by Debra Milstein Gardner - Nov, 2012
How important is your relationship with OFCCP in determining the outcome of a compliance evaluation? Building a relationship with your OFCCP compliance officer is like playing a game of chess or tug o' war. Which game has the most positive impact on the end result of a review? Tug of war, also known as tug o' war, tug war, rope war, rope pulling, or tugging war, is a sport that directly pits two teams against e...
 
  The Fox OFCCP Report
by John Fox, Esq. - Nov, 2012
November 2012 What the Obama Re-Election Means For OFCCP "You're going to need a bigger boat" It does not mean "more of the same". The President won a narrow, but nonetheless decisive, victory. But, he has little or no "mandate" and had very short "coattails", as pundits say in the Nation's Capital. While the states will continue to tally ballots for several more weeks and r...
 
  Resume Writing for a Career Transition
by Kris Plantrich - Nov, 2012
If you have been working in one industry for most of your adult life, a career transition can be frightening. While you may be excited at the prospect of changing jobs, it is understandable and expected that a tiny bit of apprehension will sit in a corner of your mind. It isn’t uncommon for those of us that change careers to sit, staring at our resume, and wonder, “Am I doing the right thing? Is this job for me? Am I crazy?”...
 
  10 Mistakes to Avoid in a Confidential Job Search
by Georgia Adamson - Nov, 2012
In an ideal world, every job seeker could be open about the job search with colleagues, friends, family, and even employers. However, in reality you often won't want your employer to be aware of your job search—at least until you've secured your next position (offer letter signed off and accepted). This is generally known and respected in the business community and should not be held against you by the companies you apply to....
 
  A Good Attitude Is Critical For Older Job Candidates
by Deborah Brown-Volkman - Nov, 2012
Still looking for a job? Do you think it's because of your age? Maybe the number of years you have been on the planet is fine, and what you're lacking is a good perspective. The best thing about getting older is the knowledge and experience you have. You're at a point in your career where you know yourself well and can make good decisions. But perhaps the steps you've used in the past to find a new job aren't working. In yo...
 
  Any Road Will (Not) Do: 6 Tips for Successful Career Management
by Georgia Adamson - Nov, 2012
One variation of the saying goes, “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will do.” Or, as another puts it, “If you don’t know where you’re going, you’re likely to wind up somewhere else.” When applied to establishing a successful career, not knowing where you’re headed or how you’re going to get there spells trouble with a capital T. Sometimes people luck-out and easily get what seems like a good job early in life...
 
  Discrimination: How to Handle It
by Georgia Adamson - Nov, 2012
It’s Illegal—and It Happens Laws have been passed to make employment discrimination based on numerous factors—such as race, religion and age—illegal. Those laws have been around for a while now, and no company can claim ignorance as an excuse. But discrimination happens—sometimes because of poor training, but too often because companies have gotten sophisticated about how they do it. One of the most common concerns rela...
 
  Find the Courage to Leap To a Great New Career
by Deborah Brown-Volkman - Nov, 2012
It takes courage to pursue a career you're passionate about when you're already immersed in one you dislike. When I started my first marketing job in Manhattan in the early 1980s, I loved the pace, big-city excitement and the high salary I was earning. I excelled at my job. Wall Street was booming. As my career progressed, I ran sales and marketing programs for large and small companies. But gradually I began to feel as th...
 
  Four Strategies for Writing a Powerful Letter that Persuades, Compels, and Positions
by Nimish Thakkar - Nov, 2012
Writing the perfect cover letter that screams “call me” takes practice -- a lot of practice. After having reviewed and written tens of thousands of resumes and cover letters, I can verify that for the right candidate a well-written resume and cover letter could open a world of opportunities. Unfortunately, many job seekers do not take this aspect of their job search campaign very seriously. Worse still, some choose to follow u...
 
  How To Become Memorable
by Deborah Brown-Volkman - Nov, 2012
What do you want to be remembered for? Think about a few top executives whom you admire. Ask yourself what makes them memorable. It’s likely you can think of specific qualities, expertise or accomplishments for each. Now, think about your own career. What are you admired for? As an executive, you have already accomplished a great deal in your career. But not every executive is influential within their own industry or hi...
 
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