Tag Archives: Resiliency

Five Tips to Create Your Own Job Security

By Helene Cavalli on August 28, 2014

In a new study, some workers have said they’d allow their company to monitor their personal social media activities in exchange for job security. Would you trade privacy for job security? While a guarantee of lifetime employment sounds great, you can take steps right now to ensure your own employment.

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Now What? Coming to Terms with Workplace Change

By Kristen Leverone on July 15, 2014

Are you ready for the uncertainty that often comes with change in the workplace? Companies want versatile, resilient employees who are willing to venture into the unknown and effectively deal with the stress inherent in change. Here’s how to prepare yourself so that you can move forward as a team player.

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Make Age a Job Search Asset

By Susan Eakes on May 14, 2014

As a job seeker over 50, you need to be realistic that you may face greater challenges in today’s market. But, pretending to be someone you’re not is no way to overcome stereotypes. Be confident in yourself and prepared to talk about the strengths that come with age.

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Developing Your Career

Is a portfolio career the answer? Six questions will help you decide.

By Lee Hecht Harrison on October 2, 2013

The contingent workforce is on the rise. In an effort to develop a flexible workforce that can quickly expand or contract with market demands, organizations are turning increasingly to contract or short-term employees to fill the gaps. USA Today reports the number of temps increased more than 50% in the last four years to nearly 2.7 million. It’s a movement that’s taken hold – and is expected to continue.

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