Posts Tagged 'employer'



Big Chop!

Frieda CarmoucheThere is a phrase that is very common in the hair care community and it’s called “The Big Chop!” Basically, you cut off your hair to prevent further damage. It’s done to facilitate a positive transition and generate a new look! Continue reading ‘Big Chop!’

What Can YOU Do?

Photo 57 (2)October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) and a time to celebrate persons with disabilities in the workplace! Continue reading ‘What Can YOU Do?’

Say Goodbye to the One Hit Wonder

Photo 57 (2)You expect a lot from your resume. This small, relatively simple document carries a lot of weight.

If you’re lucky, your resume will make an employer curious about your potential. If you’re lucky, the employer won’t be able to resist the urge to meet you. He or she will want to “experience” first-hand the professional represented on this simple, magical document. Continue reading ‘Say Goodbye to the One Hit Wonder’

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’