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Doing A Job Search? Help Career & Job Researchers Find You First

Recruiting is getting more complex. It used to be that a “full service recruiter” would have a phone, a Rolodex and their sales pitch. They would spend all day finding great talent and then pitching that talent to clients (i.e. hiring managers). Many a fortune was made in this simple w...

Voluntary Layoffs: Should I Stay Or Should I Go Now?

AOL’s recent announcement about their voluntary separation packages brings back the question of whether or not the acceptance of a voluntary package is a good thing or not in this economy?  First of all, let’s be real about why companies offer voluntary packages.  The reason is to so...

Three Useful Tips To Format Your Resume

As we have blogged in the past, due to our current economic backdrop, the flow of talent interested in available opportunities is overwhelming to companies. You must do all you can to insure your information is reviewed by the right people in a timely manner. And one of the first and most ...

Clearview Counterpoint: Career Experts Divided On Medical Privacy Issue

How much personal health information should employers have about employees or job candidates? Moderator: John Sumser This month’s debate question is “How much personal health data should an employer be able to use to make job-related decisions?” Companies are getting more and mo...

Sick Days: Use When Under the Weather or Overworked?

As you sit at your office working away, you hear a co-worker nearby hacking up a lung and blowing their nose into tissue after tissue. At this point, there are two common lines of thought that occur in response to this situation: "Wow, what a hard worker – comes into the office even whe...