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In today’s business environment, career changes are inevitable. If you cannot find a suitable career opportunity in your field, give serious consideration to alternatives. Use your experiences and your CEO of Me, Inc. mind-set (career ownership) to expand your target market by placing yourself into a position that makes you an “Untouchable”. The combination of leveraging market demand with market trends is key for the CEO of Me, Inc.
Your local employment office is a job search tool. Use this tool and speed up the job finding process. Job Seekers all too often think they have all their ducks in a row. Thinking you can get the job done, and getting the job done can be the biggest lie you have ever told yourself. Yes, you are educated. You worked the last 10 years and you was an exceptional employee. Well to all that I would say so what. Months of being unemployed shows you don't know what tools to use to get a
Last week we talked about losing your passion and how to get it back -- this week, we're discussing unhappy employment, how to find a way to something you love, and some real life situations that we'll offer some suggestions to consider.
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At-will employment is a term used in U.S. labor law for contractual relationships in which an employee can be dismissed by an employer for any reason (that is, without having to establish "just cause" for termination), and without warning. When an employee is acknowledged as being hired "at will", courts deny the employee any claim for loss resulting from the dismissal. The rule is justified by its proponents on the basis that an employee may be similarly entitled to leave his or her job without reason or warning. In contrast, the practice is seen as unjust by those who view the employment relationship as characterized by inequality of bargaining power. Learn how to leverage “At-Will” employment on this episode of Own Your Career.
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Join the Women Warriors show this coming Wednesday, Jun 25th at Noon ET, as we discuss the very important topic of taking control of your career and find a job that you love with our special guest, Abby Kohut. Consider how many people may be dissatisfied with the job they currently have now. One recent survey conducted by the national executive search firm FPC found that 79% said they “were planning on looking for a new job once the economy improves.” If you are one of those or looking for your next opportunity, you will not want to miss our show!
Abby Kohut, a brave Human Resources professional, has stepped forward to share the secrets of her industry and to help the unemployed fill the more than 3 million open jobs. Aside from teaching job search skills, Abby also inspires those that are out of work to not lose faith that they will find a job. Abby, who is known as “Absolutely Abby” because she tells job seekers the absolute truth, has held positions from corporate recruiter to Senior Director of Recruiting over the past 18 years. In 2009, Abby shifted her focus to concentrate on helping candidates land their dream jobs and has spoken to over 300 job search groups. In 2012, Abby and her husband Ken left their home in NJ to travel across the country in an RV in order to fulfill Abby’s goal to educate one million job seekers. This cross country speaking tour is a project which has been self-funded since its inception. You can learn more about Abby at www.AbsolutelyAbby.com.
Abby was selected as one of the top 100 influential people online according to Fast Company Magazine and was named as one of “The Monster 11 for 2011: Career Experts Who Can Help Your Job Search”. AbsolutelyAbby.com was named as one of the Top 100 Career Sites by Forbes in 2013.
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Are you tired of your job? Burnt out? Don't feel like going to work anymore? It might be time for a career change. Here's how to tell when it's time to move on and how to successfully change your career from About.com Job Search expert Alison Doyle.
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Every sign of a good economy is sprouting up all around for all to see. If you are not feeling it, it's you. Being stuck is a rut is what's happening for most job seekers. You've given up on getting hired. The motions possibly is still in your head but the actually activity to get hired has to be there daily. Mental desires and physical desires are not one in the same. You do want to think it, plan it make it happen. Thinking it is mental, and unless you apply your thoughts, turn them into activities you stagnate. Worse, than stagnate, you begin to fall behind. The economy is booming. This is not my thought, but fact in the stock markets. The DOW, 30 wealthiest companies, surpassed 17,000K last week. If you want to see America do even better, go and get yourself a job. The jobs are out there for all who wish to work. You can expect there will be wage increases. Those who already hold jobs are mostly likely to see increases in wages. Then those who come running after hearing about wage increases, will likely be starting at an entry level salary. You won't be rewarded for waiting until you have an incentive, more money. Some companies struggled, during the recession, others folded. Others managed to excell. This holds true with job seekers. Don't expect to be rewarded based on what others did during the time of the recession. Look at it this way. If companies had operated the way many job seekers have during this recession, we likely would have gone into a depression. We made some good choices America in our efforts, charity, and voting and we reaping our rewards. The best thing that can happen between now and November's election is for every job seeker register today and vote and to be working and have been evaluated and looking toward getting a raise before Christmas and to vote on Noverber 4th so that we can keep America's economy prospering.
To find a good job in a hurry you gotta have a workable plan. The way to make job search more productive and less time consuming takes a series of objectives.
1. Dealing With Setbacks of Unemployment
2. Goals and Career Choices
3. Read and Follow Instructions
4. Accept Today and Experience Change
5. There is Room for Improvement
Attitude matters in all we do, especially job search. Anticipate getting hired. An application either help or hurt your job search efforts. Appearance is important for that first impression. Building self esteem is important. Build on your strengths and get hired sooner rather than later.
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On this episode of Own Your Career, learn how successful leaders in all fields, from business to entertainment, consistently use the nine success strategies to achieve their career goals. These strategies focus on positive attitudes and actions. Throughout the world, Olympic sports psychologists coach competitors to achieve maximum performance by learning and applying these strategies. As the CEO of your career learn the nine strategies for your career success and make sure to pass it on to your Board of Directors (family)!
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