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June 18, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: The New Employment Reality - How to Get the Job
INTERVIEW GUEST: Beverly A. Williams
Beverly A. Williams is an attorney, author, legal consultant, and lecturer. Beverly specializes in employment and labor law issues. She teaches seminars
in Rutgers University’s School of Management & Labor Relations and Center for Management Development. She also conducts employment-skills
workshops for people of all ages. Beverly is the author of Get the Job • Done, an employment advice book for people of all ages particularly veterans,
people with disabilities and recent college and high school graduates.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Most of us have many phases to our careers, from the typical entry level jobs through mid-career to retirement. In the 20th Century, this seemed to
run in a predictable series of stages, and often involved working for the same employer, in the same industry or profession, for decades. Not anymore.
Now, it is becoming increasingly rare for someone to have a smoothly-continuous career with no hiccups or periods of unemployment. Layoffs
happen. Employers restructure or are gobbled up by someone else who moves the jobs to another location or shuts down divisions or functions. If
you are just starting your career you should take the time to understand how to conduct the new 21st century job search. If you are seeking the next
phase of your career, it may involve a career change or it may simply require changing employers or changing jobs within the same organization. Have
you come to grips with the new employment reality? Do you know how to get the job?