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Recession Hasn't Killed Camaraderie

Posted June 29, 2009 in In the Workplace
Office workers may have a bigger workload as hours drop and payrolls shrink, but they're not taking it out on each other or their employers, one survey said.
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Twittering For Employment

Posted June 29, 2009 in Resume & Cover Letters
Every time you hand out a business card, that contact should also be added to your online social network, experts say. These sites are an opportunity for self-branding and building connections while on the job hunt.
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Time To Make Your Resume Shine

Posted June 29, 2009 in Resume & Cover Letters
Whether you're jumping into a job search or considering an alternative path, you need to revamp your resume while your work experience is still fresh on your mind. You don't need to hire a professional to do the work for you; resume writing is a skill everyone should develop, and there are cheap and easy ways to learn. For example, there are hundreds of resume books out there and you can learn just by looking at good examples.
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Dependent Contractor Like Another Employee

Posted June 29, 2009 in Workplace Legal

There Are Still Jobs

Posted June 29, 2009 in Job Hunting
Job openings do exist, but not in every sector. Mohawk's four-week online job fair that caters to health sciences and human services saw 60 employers advertising new positions. Postings in these sectors are up 8 per cent from last year.
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Don't Sabotage Your Own Career

Posted June 29, 2009 in Career Advice
Someone is trying to sabotage your career. It's your online persona. With smaller budgets and less staff to conduct interviews, companies are increasingly using social networking sites as a way to screen prospective hires.
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