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DIAGEO # 10 Best Place For Women & Diverse People To Work

 DIAGEO # 10 Best Place For Women & Diverse People To Work  READ THE STORY HERE

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Posted in Diageo, Diversity & Inclusion, Press Room, Recruiting

50 and Forgotten: How To Find Your Next Job When No One Wants To Hire You by Tucker Mays and Bob Sloane

In order to overcome bias against older professionals, you need to follow a three-step plan. First, prepare counter-arguments against these objections. Second, leverage your age as an asset. Third, revise your job search tactics.

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Posted in Career Development, Demographics, Generations, Interview

Many new employees feel as though their first few months on the job are a time to slowly acclimate to their new surroundings. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Today’s employers expect new hires to fit in and begin contributing quickly.

Quik Tips for Fitting in Fast at A New Job

Many new employees feel as though their first few months on the job are a time to slowly acclimate to their new surroundings. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Today’s employers expect new hires to fit in and begin contributing quickly.

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Posted in Career Development

When there are thousands of applicants for jobs posted online, it’s virtually impossible to get noticed. But there are proven strategies you can use to take control and land the job.

Standing Out From the Crowd by Peggy McGee

When there are thousands of applicants for jobs posted online, it’s virtually impossible to get noticed. But there are proven strategies you can use to take control and land the job.

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Posted in Career Development, Interview, Latest News

Rebounding from Job Loss by Charmon Parker Williams, Ph.D.

Reaching closure is essential when transitioning jobs, especially if the departure from a previous position was difficult. It helps tremendously to avoid playing the victim – though, let’s face it, many of us feel exactly like victims when we’ve lost our jobs.

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Posted in Career Development, Interview

You might not surprised to see that unemployment rates for black men without a high school diploma are depressingly high (30.9%), but you might be surprised that their hispanic peers have an unemployment rate of  half that (14.6%).

Seeing the Impact of the Recession by Chris Boulanger

You might not surprised to see that unemployment rates for black men without a high school diploma are depressingly high (30.9%), but you might be surprised that their hispanic peers have an unemployment rate of half that (14.6%).

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Posted in Career Development, Demographics, Education


Bank of America Learn About Careers at Carolina Health System Nielsen