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    Employment Notebook - The Value and Importance of Delegation
by Dan Demers and Tim Muma - Oct, 2014
Individuals may disagree on the specifics of delegation, but it's difficult to argue its value and importance. LJNRadio takes a look at the impact of delegation, particularly trying to understand what makes it vital to an organization's success. Dan Demers, founder and president of ReMission Consulting, his passion for delegation and applicable experience to the show. Dan breaks down the key components for Tim Muma, and offers...
 
    Employment Notebook - Why the Two-Week Notice Still Matters
by Mary V. Davids and Tim Muma - Oct, 2014
There has been a lot of discussion lately about the belief that giving a two-week notice isn't necessary anymore when you're leaving an employer. Some argue the practice is outdated or doesn't make a difference. Mary V. Davids, Principal Consultant at D&M Consulting Services, joins Tim Muma to refute these beliefs. She explains why the two-week notice remains not only a professional courtesy, but imperative to the future of yo...
 
    Management Decisions - Post-Pregnancy Discrimination
by Christine Walters and Tim Muma - Oct, 2014
It's likely, as an employer, you will have a woman in your workplace blessed with a pregnancy. While it can be a joyous time for everyone involved, there may be some challenges and legal items to consider throughout the process, including when the employee returns from her maternity leave. Christine Walters, an independent human resources and employment law consultant, gives the listeners the legal and practical considerations...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - In-Person vs. Virtual Networking
by Madeline Roberts and Tim Muma - Oct, 2014
As we often discuss, networking is vital to a successful career, whether you're looking to build relationships in your current position or attempting to acquire a new job. With technology and social media so prevalent, many wonder if virtual or in-person networking is more effective. Madeline Roberts, senior social communities coordinator at American Public University System, joins Tim Muma to break down the pros and cons of t...
 
  Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)
by Kathleen Lee - Oct, 2014
October is a historic month dedicated to advancing the employment and inclusion of people with disabilities in the US workforce. Designated by Congress in 1945, this month long campaign highlights the contributions of employees with disabilities while promoting disability awareness and fostering a more inclusive workplace. Each year the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) sets a theme and l...
 
  Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)
by Judy Young - Oct, 2014
October is a historic month dedicated to advancing the employment and inclusion of people with disabilities in the US workforce. Designated by Congress in 1945, this month long campaign highlights the contributions of employees with disabilities while promoting disability awareness and fostering a more inclusive workplace. Each year the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) sets a theme and l...
 
  How to Fight a Steering Allegation If You Haven’t Been Steering
by Dr. Hossein Borhani - Oct, 2014
Recently the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has been issuing Notices of Violation to and subsequently settling cases with contractors based on the allegation that the contractors have been involved in “steering” their applicants or employees. In these cases the OFCCP alleges that the policy or practice of the contractor directed or steered one group of applicants (women) to t...
 
  Technology & AA Compliance: Is Your ATS Working For You? (Part 2)
by Carla Irwin, Esq. - Oct, 2014
Like we said last month, data is the foundation and a necessity to all things AA compliance. And I am sure most of you would agree we have a love/hate relationship with our applicant tracking system (ATS). Managing all of your candidates electronically is so much easier then doing it manually, but there is a constant struggle between ease of use by the recruiter, simple process for the candidate and getting all the informati...
 
  The Proposed Equal Pay Report: What You Need to Know
by Valerie Hoffman, Esq - Oct, 2014
Pay equity is front and center as a priority for the White House and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (“OFCCP”). In August the Federal Register published a notice of proposed rulemaking (“NPRM”) that would require most Federal contractors and first-tier subcontractors to submit compensation data to the OFCCP through a web-based filing system on an annual basis. This compensation data tool—dubbed the “Equal...
 
  Taking the D out of PTSD: What Your Managers and Supervisors Need To Know About Hiring and Working With Wounded Warriors
by Dr. Richard K. Pimentel - Oct, 2014
As of this writing approximately 30% of the nearly one million veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan war who have been treated at Veteran Administration hospitals and clinics have been diagnosed with PTSD. This is not counting the veterans who have neither been treated nor diagnosed. It is estimated that the total number of veterans from our war on terror with PTSD is nearly half a million. At the same time that American emp...
 
  Taking the D out of PTSD: What Your Managers and Supervisors Need To Know About Hiring and Working With Wounded Warriors
by Dr. Heidi Squier Kraft - Oct, 2014
As of this writing approximately 30% of the nearly one million veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan war who have been treated at Veteran Administration hospitals and clinics have been diagnosed with PTSD. This is not counting the veterans who have neither been treated nor diagnosed. It is estimated that the total number of veterans from our war on terror with PTSD is nearly half a million. At the same time that American emp...
 
  Getting Over Post-Project Depression
by Robin Fisher Roffer - Oct, 2014
Ever get that empty feeling when you’ve worked intensely on something big and then it ends? During the first quarter of this year I worked on three major projects that had me zigzagging the country through the dead of winter to New York, LA, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Tampa and Atlanta. The pace was non-stop and the stakes were high. I worked closely with my clients every day to ensure that what I was delivering was on ta...
 
  The Art of Failure and Why It's Good for You
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Oct, 2014
Years ago I was in an interview for a big freelance opportunity and my almost future boss asked me – “What was your biggest professional failure?” The question really freaked me out since I did not want to expose my vulnerable side or my true weaknesses. I was trying to land the job and show him why I would be a rock star hire. I fumbled through the rest of the interview and left feeling deflated and lacking confidence for job...
 
  How to Handle Multiple Job Offers as an Executive
by Lisa Rangel - Oct, 2014
It’s an executive’s dream come true! You’ve got multiple job offers on the table with some really great companies! There’s only one problem. Now you have to actually choose which job to take. This can lead to a flurry of questions and self-doubt. Will I make the right decision? Should I just go for the highest salary? What if I make a mistake? Use our guide below to help you handle multiple job offers and how to choose t...
 
  How to Get Noticed During a Virtual Career Fair
by Cathy Francois - Oct, 2014
Have you ever been to a virtual career fair and felt like one in a swarm of bees competing for employers’ attention? And then, when you finally get to a chat session, you’re just referred to the company’s website? Don’t give up! Next time, try these tips to gain the attention of employers and maximize the opportunity that a virtual career fair (VCF) offers. Maximize Your Time by Conducting Research Research the particip...
 
  Fifty Shades of Marketing: The Essential Guide for today’s Entrepreneur
by Connie Pheiff - Oct, 2014
The sheer torture of expanding our marketing strategies has reached an all-time high for those who are looking to take their business to the next level. There are just too many choices. Last time I checked, and I checked, and I check often, there was a new app, icon, blog, image, website, social network...lets stop there because it is exhausting. A business will create social media pages expecting fans to flock to their websit...
 
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