Tag Archives: Hiring

Trauma of Job Loss

Work matters- it helps put food on the table and clothes on our back. It connects us to an evolving world. It often develops and affirms our identities. Even when it feels like an idleness, work engages us and shapes … Continue reading

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Torn between two job candidates?

Melody interviewed 10 people for a marketing assistant position, and two of the candidates stood head and shoulders above the rest — Matt and Alicia. Matt, a current employee of the firm, had worked there two years as an administrative … Continue reading

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Electronic vs. Handwritten: A Thank You Note

The question in this day and age is often not if you should you send a thank you note after your interview, but whether to do it electronically or through old fashion snail mail? I have read two articles lately … Continue reading

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