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You Have One Job, Ready for a Second?

More and more companies are evolving to meet the needs of the shifting workforce, and this includes offering flexible hours and an increase in telecommuting.  This might include working part time for two different employers, working one full-time job and one part-time job, working pro bono in one’s free time oHowever, there are major advantages to holding multiple […] Read Article “You Have One Job, Ready for a Second?”

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Spring Training for Your Dream Job

Shadow or no shadow on Groundhog Day, spring officially begins when pitchers and catchers report for MLB spring training. It’s that time of year! Time to watch Fever Pitch for the millionth time, listen to John Fogerty’s hit “Centerfield” during batting practice, enjoy hotdogs, beer, sunshine, warm weather and great seats. Spring training is a […] Read Article “Spring Training for Your Dream Job”

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Replacing a Derek Jeter: How to Cope When Your Top Player Quits

Whether you’re a Yankees fan, a baseball fan — or not a fan at all — chances are you’ve heard of Derek Jeter. This weekend, the All-Star shortstop is sadly playing the last few games of his 20-year, remarkably consistent, Hall of Fame career. For many baseball fans, like me, this marks the end of an era. […] Read Article “Replacing a Derek Jeter: How to Cope When Your Top Player Quits”