Tag Archives: flexibilty

Time off from work …

I would like to find another job, but my work schedule makes it difficult to arrange interviews. Using vacation time might seem like the logical solution, but that’s not possible here. Due to the nature of our business, management requires … Continue reading

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Keys to Success

There is no substitute for hard work, determination, and keeping the end goal in sight. But collaborating with talented people and being nimble is the only way to surmount all roadblocks – Lauren Elias Surround yourself with good mentors. Build … Continue reading

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Pressure

 Comical Explanation

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Disruptive Employees & Weak Leadership

As a manager, I don’t know how to handle three staff members who have no respect for authority. These young women feel entitled to speak their mind, use profanity and tell their superiors what to do. They apparently believe they … Continue reading

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A Good Career Without the Debt

I recently reflected on my post Good Career Without the Debt,  after a client and asked if I thought they had white collar internships. I assured him they did, and I thought back on a the article   Earn and learn: Apprenticeships aren’t … Continue reading

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