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5 Ways To Start Getting Social With Your Career

It’s surprising to me how many people have embraced social networks for personal use, but don’t really use social to enhance their careers or find a new job. Everyone can benefit from using social media, no matter what you do for a living. And having a Linkedin profile, while extremely important, is not enough. A […] Read Article “5 Ways To Start Getting Social With Your Career”

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Respect the Process

  I have been fortunate enough within my career to not be personally affected by a layoff, down sizing or restructuring. I started out as a college intern at a small niche recruiting firm and I had absolutely no idea prior to the internship as to what I wanted to do for the rest of […] Read Article “Respect the Process”

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Six second resume review

The organization of your resume is extremely important, given that recruiters generally only spend approximately 6 seconds evaluating whether you could be a good fit for a job. Generally, the most important items will be your job title and start and end dates at your current and previous position, as well as your degree.That said, […] Read Article “Six second resume review”

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Diversity team attends U.S. disability matters conference

Lois Cooper and William Rolack here! We head up the CSR & Inclusion team, part of the Diversity group at Adecco. Our role is to continue to grow diversity and inclusion in Adecco’s workforce and workplace, with our colleagues and associates, and with our clients in the marketplace. One of the initiatives that we support […] Read Article “Diversity team attends U.S. disability matters conference”

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Tips for Working with Recruiters

There are a lot of factors that go into recruiting. For some of you who are new to the process of working with a recruiter, here’s a quick primer to help you get the lay of the land: 1. Know that the recruiter doesn’t work for you – they work for their client. Too often, […] Read Article “Tips for Working with Recruiters”

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Get ready for Administrative Professionals Day

Even though you’ve got all week to show your appreciation for the administrative professionals in your office, the official day to thank these important co-workers is this Wednesday, April 25. There’s always flowers, candy and gift cards, but there are other ways to say “thanks” as well. Some companies offer their administrators a day off, […] Read Article “Get ready for Administrative Professionals Day”

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New Moms: To work or not to work?

To be or not to be…a working mom? Every professional woman entering the novelty of motherhood is faced with the decision whether or not they will return to work after their bundle of joy is born. For some women the decision is a profound crossroads, and others do not have a choice at all. They […] Read Article “New Moms: To work or not to work?”

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Less than 100 Days until the London 2012 Games

Things are exciting here in Colorado Springs, the hub of Olympic activity in the United States! It is only 100 days until the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England and just hearing the first couple notes of that Olympic theme makes my heart beat just a little faster and goose bumps […] Read Article “Less than 100 Days until the London 2012 Games”