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Sep 21,2007
I agreed to have a cup of coffee with Larry because he said he was desperate and convinced I could help him. Larry was frustrated in his job search and even though I told him I don't find people jobs, nor do I have special expertise in that field. Nevertheless, he sounded like he really needed help. "I haven't been able to find a job in a year and a half," Larry started out the ... [full story]
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Sep 21,2007
Love is in the air. That is in the workplace. Due to longer hours in the office and less time to go out and meet potential dates, professional men and women may seek relationships with co-workers. Although both might have similar interests and see each other on a daily basis, it can be challenging to be co-workers as well as lovers. Office dating isn't highly encouraged by companies, especially if the relationship ends sour. Careerbuilder.com ... [full story]
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Sep 07,2007
A lesbian gets disillusioned because her company offers pet insurance - even for unusual pets such as pigs, rats and snakes - but doesn't offer same sex domestic partner benefits. A female Asian attorney makes a typo and listens as her supervisor tells her, "There is an English problem here." The manager of a Latina information technology worker tells his employee that she is "too ethnic looking to be taken seriously." These things happen every ... [full story]
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Sep 07,2007
Football season is just around the corner. That means it is also time for fantasy football. Participants develop teams with NFL players and receive points based on their players' field performance. According to an estimate by a global outplacement agency, Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc., fantasy footballers could spend up to two hours a day working on their teams, meaning workplace efficiency will probably suffer. John A. Challenger, the agency's chief executive officer, says the ... [full story]
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Aug 31,2007
Good news is surfacing on the future of the American labor force. The national average ACT composite test score increased this year for the third time in the past five years and the percentage of high school graduates ready for college-level course work continued to grow as well. The Iowa testing company said scores for graduating high school students improved on all four required subjects - English, mathematics, reading and science. "These upward trends show ... [full story]
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Aug 31,2007
Computers with online access can be an easy distraction; however, employees may want to concentrate more on work instead of surfing the Internet at the office. You never know who or what may be watching. BeAware Corporate Edition, which has a "workplace activity management" application, allows companies to keep track of employees' computer history in order to eliminate excessive time-wasting and increase productivity in the office. At least 13 percent of employees spend more than ... [full story]
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Aug 24,2007
A simple thank-you card shows good manners, but it could also help job candidates gain an edge in the interview process. Eighty-eight percent of respondents said a post-interview thank-you note could improve a candidate's chances, according to a survey by Accountemps, a staffing service, which polled 150 senior executives. But less than half of all job-seekers take the time to send a card. Although many candidates choose not to send thank-you notes, this recent survey ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
A healthy workplace requires that mutual respect exist between management and the individuals doing the work. Productivity, efficiency and profitability depend on that respect. Yet, sometimes, mutual respect is forgotten. That seems to be what happened at the Orange County Register when the newspaper's editor circulated a memo in early August that layoffs were imminent. The memo documents the business challenges the Southern California newspaper is having in hanging on to readers and advertising dollars. ... [full story]
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Aug 17,2007
Job-seekers may want to reconsider going under the needle for a piercing or tattoo when it comes to finding a job. Eighty-five percent of respondents feel that tattoos and body piercings hinder a person's job search, according to a survey of 468 U.S. employees by Vault.com, a career publisher. However, only 16 percent of the respondents had an official policy against tattoos and piercings at their companies. Mark Oldman, Vault's co-founder and co-president, says there ... [full story]
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Aug 10,2007
Rowena Paz's parents did everything they could to help her land a good job after college. They edited her resume, suggesting experience she should play up or cut out. Her mother called regularly to remind Paz, 21, to get enough sleep before interviews. Her father coached her with interview questions and drove her to three job interviews in Los Angeles, because "driving in Los Angeles is tension-filled."   KEEPING CLOSE - Cathy Huett helps her daughter ... [full story]
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Aug 10,2007
It's 3 p.m. and you have two more hours of work. As you stare at the computer, you begin to feel sluggish and want to take a nap. You start yawning and grab some caffeine to finish the day. Thirty-one percent feel the workplace is to blame for increased feelings of tiredness, according to a survey by Diet Pepsi MAX that surveyed approximately 1,100 U.S. American adults. Could the workplace be causing respondents to feel ... [full story]
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Aug 03,2007
Heidi Berkman has been named Marketing & Events Manager of Tetherow, Bend’s new golf resort community.  In her new role, Berkman will assist the sales and marketing team and head up future events and customer experience programs.   Heidi Berkman Berkman previously was the Marketing Director for The Shops at the Old Mill District. She is active in the Bend community, working with the Bend Venture Conference, the City Club of Central Oregon, EDCO, Bend Chamber and ... [full story]
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Aug 03,2007
Why does anyone find it weird that after 10 months in her new job as CBS anchor Katie Couric publicly reveals she's had doubts about taking it? Most people expected it a lot sooner. Maybe not in a major magazine piece, but certainly we anticipated that she would be expressing those doubts in private to her closest confidants. That's the way the world works. People take jobs every day and then regret them the first ... [full story]
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