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  Using Applicant Reports to Help Your Company During an OFCCP Review
by Bill Osterndorf - Mar, 2012
Using Applicant Reports to Help Your Company During an OFCCP Review Part 1 of 2 It's a different world out there for companies going through OFCCP reviews. The U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) is in a much changed mode from its approach of several years ago. OFCCP is now heavily focused on issues concerning veterans and persons with disabilities...
 
  Three Challenges in Detecting Bias in Promotion Activity
by Sandra Zeigler, Esq. - Mar, 2012
Three Challenges in Detecting Bias in Promotion Activity Detecting bias in promotion activity can be challenging. From an enforcement perspective, promotion discrimination is difficult to fit into a systemic framework which makes it hard to get the "bang for the buck" enforcement OFCCP prefers. From a compliance perspective, there are the challenges of defining the promotion pools for purposes of analysis and of underst...
 
  Cover Letter Trends & Tips
by Georgia Adamson - Mar, 2012
As promised in my previous post, this one will touch on cover letter trends and tips you might find useful. Some of the information–and any quotes–come from the Career Thought Leaders 2011 Career Brainstorming Day white paper mentioned previously. The idea is to get you thinking about cover letter issues that are fairly new or emerging as possible trends. Debate About Cover Letters–Are They Read? From the brainstorming...
 
  Negotiating Salary Tactics & Tips
by Louise Garver - Mar, 2012
Executives negotiate millions of dollars on behalf of their employers for contracts, products, and services every year. Why then is it so difficult for most executives to negotiate their salaries when offered a job? Whatever the reasons, senior managers, directors and C-level executives are not immune from negotiating their salary for a new job opportunity. In the pre-screen or initial interview, the recruiter or hiring ag...
 
  Resume Writing Trends and Tips
by Georgia Adamson - Mar, 2012
The Career Thought Leaders white paper from the 2011 Global Career Brainstorming Day attended by many careers professionals (myself included) has so much information that I still need to re-read it a time or two to grasp it all. However, I found quite a few tidbits just on resume writing and cover letters that I thought you might find useful. (Note: The subtitle of the report is “Trends for the Now, the New & the Next in Caree...
 
  4 mistakes you may be making on your resume
by Miriam Salpeter - Mar, 2012
Hiring managers see thousands upon thousands of resumes every year. That’s why job seekers have to stand out in a crowd if they are harboring any hope they’ll be hired. When you’re writing a resume, what you don’t know can hurt you. John Kalusa is a nationally recognized writer who speaks about corporate sales, recruiting, and personal career management. With over 25 years of experience as a strategic recruiting, human re...
 
  Best careers for 2012
by Miriam Salpeter - Mar, 2012
Every year, I report on U.S. News & World Report’s “best careers” article. What are the “hot” jobs for this year? Are they different from last year’s “hot” jobs? (For the past year+, I’ve also contributed to their On Careers page.) U.S. News selects its jobs based on several factors. One is the growth potential in the various positions. However, the article explains, “…our rankings give you some context as to why you’d want to...
 
  Executive Coach's Tip: "No" Is Easy When You Have Your FILTERS In Place
by Andy Robinson - Mar, 2012
All of my executive coaching clients receive an unending stream of requests .... requests for money and donations ... requests for involvement in organizations and community activities ... requests for partnering on business deals ... and other requests for time and money. My advice to clients is to have your FILTERS in place, at all times, to make those decisions easier. GOALS .... clearly articulated, specific, empowerin...
 
  Executive Coach's Tip: 3 Habits to End Your Work Week on a Positive Note
by Andy Robinson - Mar, 2012
It's Friday(!), and as the week comes to a close (for most of us), I wanted to share a set of habits that have become an end-of-the-week routine for me. This routine has been key to ending my week on a positive note and "teeing up" a great start to the following week. Consider these Three Weekly Habits each Friday before leaving the office or your place of work for the weekend: Habit 1: Reach out with a quick email o...
 
  Executive Coach's Tip: Always Share the Spotlight
by Andy Robinson - Mar, 2012
Rare is it that we alone deserve the credit for a job well done. More often than not, success and achievement is the result of a team effort -- the combined effort of a few, of several or many. When you find yourself in the "spotlight," resist the temptation to enjoy it all yourself. Share the spotlight ... share the credit -- openly recognize the contribution of others. Seek them out. Thank them in person. Thank them o...
 
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