There’s no doubt that earning the prestigious HR certification or credential can make you one of the recognized experts in the landscape of HR. In today’s economy, it is important to become a valuable asset to your company, making you and your company more competitive in today’s market. Acquiring the professional…Continue
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To work as a registered nurse in any state in the United States, you must have a nursing degree and a valid license. This requires taking the NCLEX and passing a criminal background check, which involves going to the police station and submitting your…Continue
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If you are a registered nurse, you might not have thought about going to school for anything else. However, pursuing your Master's degree can be a wise decision. These are a few reasons why this can be a good idea.
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What influences your cell phones to do every one of the things they do? What's going on underneath the screen, and who builds up these inventive thoughts and makes sense of how to get them going so easily for the client? Concocting bright…Continue
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While few people think of any career as being dangerous, the truth is, some careers carry a level of danger. In this article, we will discuss five of the most dangerous careers that someone could choose.
It is true that we have great respect…Continue
The healthcare field has many points of entry for a variety of careers. Some careers require 2, 4, or multi-year degrees while others require certifications. This article goes over some career options broken down by certification or time in school.
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Recently I went to run after two weeks of being off. My right knee reminded me of the consequences of taking off one week let alone two. I’ve been a little off my exercise schedule since my daughter left for college. She and I had spent the summer working out together and now without her my workouts were…Continue
A survey I read not long ago said that 14 % of the UK’s workforce are bullied at work and 21% aware of bullying going on at their workplace. It reminded me of a few encounters I have had with office bullies, and how I dealt with them.
My first encounter with an office bully happened when I was working as part of a sales team and this new guy joined as Director. From day one we didn’t really hit it off. We were similar ages and had similar…
The skills you gain on a business and management studies degree will allow you to start contributing to your employer's organisation quickly and effectively. A business and management studies degree prepares you for a career in business, which may stretch across any sector or industry. Your career…Continue
Added by Ellen Summerhills on February 20, 2017 at 1:39am — No Comments
Pratik had always been keen in a maritime career. The lure of the sea, the glamour of a seafaring job, and the allure of earning big money all attracted him to a career in shipping. After completing his class 12, he enrolled for deck cadet training, and soon enough, was selected by a prestigious shipping company. 4 months on the ship, however, were…Continue
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Throughout the course of a given month, we analyze dozens of career sites, and talk to a similar amount of practitioners who are constantly trying to get a grip on how they should design their careers pages. So, we thought we’d share some of the advice we give over and over…Continue
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Many of the traditional tips for a successful interview: eye contact, pressed suit and a firm handshake, lose the majority of their effectiveness over the phone. That’s not…Continue
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By Robert Gallagher
You might love your job. But that alone is no guarantee of long-term employment.
The job market is increasingly…Continue
Added by Bob Gallagher on November 19, 2015 at 10:30am — No Comments
Are you thinking, every day, “I need to look for a new job!”
Are you dreaming about starting off fresh with a completely new career, and getting career change advice can be hard, you need to ask yourself these questions! where you can challenge yourself and work with that…Continue
Added by Jacob Palmer on September 16, 2015 at 12:50pm — No Comments
At the height of the economic downturn, confidence in the UK’s economy dropped. In a bid to reduce manufacturing costs and stabilise investments, many pharmaceutical companies took these processes abroad. As a consequence, some of our highly skilled, domestic labour…Continue
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In Women in Technology: Promoting a Broader Perspective, I argued that women can make strong contributions in technology-focused areas without being employed by technology firms or educated…Continue
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Way back when, my since dear departed brother and I worked together in the classified advertising department of one of the UK’s leading quality newspapers. No big deal – except that we were the only two men in a team of twenty. Were we tempted? Read on.
You would think perhaps that faced with such odds it would be hard to resist or avoid some kind of romantic liaison with one of our female colleagues. Indeed the guys from next door in production used to…Continue
Whether it's finding a job board with dependable listings or one where employers can seek out ideal candidates, reputation management can…Continue
Some jobs are more profitable than others. If you're thinking about going back to school or earning any post-secondary job certifications, here are seven fields that would welcome you with open arms.
1. Physical Therapist
According to the U.S.…
Added by Karleia Steiner on December 18, 2014 at 11:24am — No Comments
Sometimes, no matter how hard an employer or recruiter works to find good, long-term employees or no matter how great the company they work for is, employees are going to leave outside of reasons the employer or recruiter can control.
People relocate, people have babies, and people decide to work for…Continue
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