Archive for June, 2015

Simple (Healthy) Summer Eating

We’re taking a quick “mental break” this week and looking at how we can keep healthy this summer season.

If we nourish our bodies with wholesome, healthy foods, we’ll be better prepared to take on challenges, in all aspects of our lives – at work, in our job search, at school and in our personal lives.

And you can start right away with these super-easy eating tips. Continue reading ‘Simple (Healthy) Summer Eating’

America is Looking for Work

DiegoIf all nations/countries were applying, or competing, for a job, the United States would be the best candidate. Continue reading ‘America is Looking for Work’

What’s a Father Worth?

JoAnn KawamotoRecently I stumbled upon a documentary (How to Make a Man) that made me look at my father in a new light. It was an introduction to a mentoring project, which addressed today’s need for male mentors. Featured were famous celebrities, sports figures, entertainers and ordinary men, as well as prisoners who did or did not have father figures in their lives.
Continue reading ‘What’s a Father Worth?’

Choosing to be an “Employer of Choice”

Photo 57 (2)Employers — Does your present human capital reflect the current available workforce; one of diversity, inclusion and tolerance? Continue reading ‘Choosing to be an “Employer of Choice”’

BYOD Policy Guidelines

DavidIn yesterday’s blog, titled BYOD, I introduced a new phenomenon known as Bring Your Own Device. Since more and more people are using personal electronic devices (smartphones/tablets) at their place of business, it’s a good idea for businesses to begin formulating BYOD policies and procedures. Continue reading ‘BYOD Policy Guidelines’

BYOD

DavidBring Your Own Device
My smart-phone was once solely used to make personal calls/texts. Continue reading ‘BYOD’