Monthly Archives: January 2018
Have you ever been frustrated at the lack of job possibilities advertised in the classified section of your local newspaper? With an impressive array of Internet resources just a few mouse clicks away, your computer is the ticket to that next great job. Continue reading
If you’ve just begun your work-at-home search, you are likely feeling confused and overwhelmed by all the options out there. How do you know what’s legitimate? How do you avoid the scams? Are there really jobs you can do from home? Yes!
So many people are happily working from home, and you can too. You just have to know where to look. This article will explain the types of work you can do at home, which basically fall into four categories:
Working for an Employer – (Thi… Continue reading
The most prominent trend in the employment screening industry has been a proliferation of online databases offering cheap background checks. Any one can access the internet and with a quick search be able to purchase, for example, criminal records for a low fee. While that is very appealing to companies looking to trim the budget on background checks, it may in fact be a dangerous trend. Continue reading
Reference Verifications for a More Complete Pre-Employment Background Check Continue reading
Job search seems to have many hurdles to overcome – resume, interview technique, appearance, and networking are challenges that job seekers face. These hurdles are surmountable with a strong job search plan and dedicated execution. Job seekers need to apply traditional advertising and marketing methods to their job search to achieve results. By thinking of themselves as the “product” and the employer as the “buyer” job seekers can approach their career transitions from a sale… Continue reading
To feel productive seems to be an inherent human need. We feel good about ourselves when we are contributing — to our own independence, to our family, to our community. Many of the great discoveries, inventions, and explorations of history were made by individuals born to family wealth who had no need to ever lift a finger to ensure adequate self-support. Yet these individuals wanted to contribute to the world in some way and left their homes, worked through the night, and even died trying to be part of some enterprise. Continue reading
A list of my “Top Ten” destinations that nurses choose, based on the number of travelers who inquire about each location every month. Continue reading
There is no shortage of translators who take the plunge and set up shop as self-employed freelancers, but few have the ambition or the spirit to start up their own all-round translation agency. This is not surprising, of course, as the establishment of a full- scale translation agency is a quantum leap compared with what it takes to launch a viable freelance practice. Nevertheless, the intellectual and financial rewards of business ownership can be substantial. Below I will discuss various aspects you will have to take into account should you consider beginning your own professional and all-round translation business. Continue reading
The Top 4 Ways to Build Your Personal Training Business and Which One is Best!
Everyone wants to grow their business. It doesn’t matter who you are, or what business you are in. Unless you are not interested in money or career security, you want your business to grow.
Do you feel like you want to grow your personal training business, but you’re not sure how to do it? Are you ready to take your business to the next level, but you don’t know how? Then this article is for… Continue reading
Whatever your position in relation to the world of work, one thing is clear – Your attitude towards work and/so how you approach it makes all the difference in how well you succeed. Continue reading