5 Books We've Read Recently

  By Sheri Pintarelli

Category: Book Review

Do As I Say, Not As I Did!: Gaining Wisdom In Business Through The Mistakes Of Highly Successful People Carol Frank This modern take on "Aesop for the Entrepreneur" shares candid and poignant stories of overcoming adversity from thirty of today's business leaders in a highly personal,...

How to Explain Frequent Job Movement On Your Resume

  By Jeffrey Traill

Category: Article

There are seasons of life that bring forth frequent job changes. It is an adventure and fun at times along the journey, but the consequences can be enormous when trying to find employment and your resume displays 10+ jobs before age 30. However, changing jobs between...

7 Books that Will Help Your Business Grow

  By Henry Glickel

Category: Book Review

Looking to help your business grow? Spend some time nose deep with these seven books: Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable In his new bestseller, Seth Godin urges you to put a Purple Cow into everything you build, and everything you do, to create...

3 Key Tips for Getting Hired Over the Age of Forty

  By Sheri Pintarelli

Category: Article

Looking for a job is hard right out of college, young and fresh, but looking for a job over the age of 40 can be an even harder challenge in many situations. It can certainly be done, and great men and women over the age of 40 are continually hired! Embrace...

5 Books You Don't Want to Miss this Week

  By Henry Glickel

Category: Book Review

Reengineering the Corporation James Champy and Michael Hammer The most successful business book of the last decade, Reengineering the Corporation is the pioneering work on the most important topic in business today: achieving dramatic performance improvements. This book leads readers through the radical redesign of a company's...

4 Interview Questions That Ask For Examples Of Work Experience

  By Henry Glickel

Category: Article

Interviews shouldn't have to be daunting ...for both the interviewer and the candidates. We've heard interviewing compared to a tennis match. The ball gets hit back and forth, rather effortlessly. You can hear the swoosh and the bounce of the ball. An interview should be like a casual...

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