To Write or Not to Write: Things to Know about Cover Letters

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So you’re getting out there on the job market. Good for you! You’re ready. You have a great deal of education behind you. You even managed to get authoritative references. You may lack job experience, but that’s something you’ll …

By Kelvin Fogarty
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8 Rules You Need to Follow when Dating a Co-Worker

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It is true that you can’t always help who you fall in love with, but when it is a co-worker, things can often become pretty tricky. When it comes to dating a co-worker, there are different rules that need to …

By Jane Hurst
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Creating a Healthy Workplace Environment

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As a recent grad, you have probably held jobs before, but nothing that you planned on doing permanently. Now, you are out there looking for a career, and you hope to settle into one workplace. Once you find that job, …

By Jane Hurst
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Maternity Leave and the Small Business Owner

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By law, all businesses are required to provide a certain amount of maternity leave to employees. The time allowed for maternity leave depends on a number of factors, including state and federal regulations, eligibility, type of maternity leave, etc. For …

By Jane Hurst
Jane Hurst
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Start Your Job or Internship Search NOW

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Do you plan on having a job or internship lined up for June 2018?  Think if you get started looking in March you’ll be way ahead of the game?  Think again!!  Recruiting has started happening earlier and earlier every year …

By Rebecca Damas
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