Author Archive | boblarson

REAPPLYING AFTER A REJECTION

Career Report April – June 2022 Issue 249 Feature Story REAPPLYING TO A COMPANY AFTER A REJECTION When it comes to careers, persistence is an attribute that can clearly pay off – especially since employers are keen for workers who are truly interested in and passionate about their jobs. But what about when a job […]

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NEWS FROM BLK

Inflation, health risks, hybrid work from home options and record job listings are all contributing to a continuous growth in the competitive war for top talent.   We at Berman Larson Kane have been sharping our proprietary ATS and AI resources to uncover the hidden talent in the market for our clients. As for job seekers […]

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Bob Larson, CPC

Resign from Your Job with Grace / News from BLK

Resign from Your Job with Grace As predicted, we are in the era of the “Great Resignation” with the most recent reports hitting record numbers of people voluntarily resigning from their jobs. As we move along the pandemic era many are reevaluating life/work balances, work from home options, high risk health service jobs and are […]

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Bob Larson, CPC

Fighting Zoom Meeting Boredom

Career Report October – December 2021 Issue # 247 Zoom Meeting Boredom Battle If you don’t like attending Zoom meetings, you’re not alone. Most workers feel there are simply too many on-line meetings to attend on a daily and weekly basis, and that many of them are entirely unnecessary. But virtual meetings don’t have to […]

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Bob Larson, CPC

Negotiating with Your Employer Post Pandemic

CAREER REPORT JULY – SEPTEMBER 2021 ISSUE # 246 Negotiating with Your Employer Post Pandemic If you are like many professionals, you’ve been waiting to see how your workplace will adjust to the PPN (Post Pandemic Normal) , if one exists?   While the economy looks to be turning around, experts say you may have […]

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Bob Larson, CPC

Older Workers Not Looking to Retire Post Pandemic

CAREER REPORT APRIL-JUNE 2021 ISSUE # 245 Older Workers Not Looking to Retire Post Pandemic If you are an older worker looking to delay retirement, it’s important that you look and act youthful, display enthusiasm for what you do, and exhibit a sense of energy. It’s also very important to be well-liked by superiors and […]

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Bob Larson, CPC

Saying Goodbye to a Job Gracefully

Bob Larson, CPC Career Report: January – March 2021 — Issue 244 Saying Goodbye to a Job Gracefully As talk of a thaw in pandemic  hiring freezes rises, many people are already planning to look for a new position when the job market picks up.   In fact, one recent survey revealed that as many as […]

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Pandemic Unemployment and Thanksgiving

We must be grateful for our health, family and our jobs as unemployment continues to rise in numerous sectors of our economy. During this Thanksgiving Holiday let us remember the millions of good folks who are adversely affected by our unemployment numbers as this pandemic spreads wildly across our country and the world. Over the […]

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Bob Larson, CPC

Four must-have job skills that workers should aim to possess during and post-pandemic

October – December Issue # 243 Clear Communications – Whatever their level, communication is key for workers to advance. “This is really the ability to clearly articulate your point of view and the ability to create a connection through communication,” said Holly Paul, U.S. recruiting leader. For job seekers in particular, clear communication can provide a […]

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Make the Best of Every Zoom Meeting

Bob Larson, CPC July-September Career Report Issue # 242 If you don’t like attending Zoom meetings, you’re not alone. Most workers feel there are simply too many on-line meetings to attend on a daily and weekly basis, and that many of them are entirely unnecessary. But virtual meetings don’t have to be that way here […]

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