Since I first started writing about Twitter for your job search, it has continued to grow into an even better resource for job seekers. I am planning some posts to updates my readers in the near future, but in the meantime, read on to learn about compilations that my colleagues have put together.
Diversity in the workplace
“Valuing diversity means acknowledging that other people, other races, other voices and other cultures have as much integrity and as much claim on the world as you do. It is the recognition that there are other ways of seeing the world, solving problems, and working together.” (ASME’s website.) Read on for more thoughts and resources for seeking a diversity-focused employer.
How to find a community of job seekers, Part 3
In part 3 in my series of resources for job seekers to connect for information and comraderie, I focus on alumni networking opportunities and share some online resources that just came to my attention.
Resolutions and Job Change Advice for 2009
Still looking for some career resolutions for the new year? I simplify it for you here. It all comes down to “change” and “experience.” Sound familiar? Read on to see how these political buzz words can be your keys to career success in 2009.
Tips to Help You Survive Working for an Abusive Boss
WouldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t it be nice if there were a sure-fire way to avoid working for an abusive boss? One good plan is to search for a job at an award-winning company known for treating employees well! Elvira Aletta offered some other Ã¢â‚¬Å“rulesÃ¢â‚¬Â on her recent post. Click through to my blog at GreatPlaceJobs to read all of the tips and commentary!