Post Archives from the ‘Blog: Career Advice & Tips’ Category


Posted on: October 19th, 2021 by
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Work as we knew it 2 years ago has drastically changed.  Is it good or bad?  Who knows?  But one thing is for sure.  Those that can understand the direction and changes that are happening will be in the best position to take advantage of the transformation   One way to get a handle on the direction of the marketplace is to stay on top of the Continue reading the story "RESTRUCTURE WORK"


Posted on: October 12th, 2021 by
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In days of old, when a new employee joined your company there was a get-together with the work group for introductions.  There were individual meetings and group  sit downs to figure out how best to bring the new employee up to date.  Schedules were developed so vendors and customers could meet their new contact.  Everything was relatively smooth.  Not now.   Today, when a new employee is Continue reading the story "ENTERING A NEW REMOTE JOB?"


Posted on: October 5th, 2021 by
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What a roller coaster!  Remote work has gone from a small group of workers (mostly sales work on commission from home), to a major training/retraining job for organizations.  Now we hear the “back to the office” chant is gaining momentum.  How do you plan which way to go, and what are the tell-tail signs?   The latest projection I’ve seen sets the date of continuing remote work Continue reading the story "HOW MUCH LONGER?"


Posted on: September 28th, 2021 by
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More and more interviews are being conducted remotely rather than in person.  The dynamics of electronic interviewing is very different from face-to-face interviews.  Yet, many candidate fail to understand the dos and don’ts to advance their candidacy.   From a manager’s perspective, the following list reduces your chances to move into the top 10 candidates for a job.  Over 1,000 hiring managers were surveyed by Zenefits, an Continue reading the story "MESSING UP REMOTE INTERVIEWS"


Posted on: September 21st, 2021 by
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Those of us that have been working remotely have questions about how our careers are affected by not working in an office.  The answer is a mixed bag. What kind of boss to you have?  What’s the demand for your expertise in today’s marketplace?  Are your skill sets transferable or difficult to replicate?   One good point about remote jobs is that your opportunities are nation-wide rather Continue reading the story "REMOTE WORK AND CAREERS"

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