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Saying Goodbye to a Job Gracefully

BERMAN LARSON KANE Career Report July  2017  Feature Story   Saying Goodbye to a Job Gracefully As talk of a thaw in hiring freezes rises, many people are already planning to look for a new position when the job market picks up, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal. In fact, one recent […]

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Five Questions to Never Ask in an Interview

BERMAN LARSON KANE Career Report June  2017  Feature Story   Five Questions to Never Ask in an Interview Hiring managers and HR pros will often close out a job interview by asking an applicant if he or she has any questions themselves. This is a great opportunity to find out more about the job and […]

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Job Seeking Tips After 50

BERMAN LARSON KANE Career Report May  2017  Feature Story   7 TIPS FOR GETTING HIRED AFTER AGE 50 (Reprint by Popular Request) Finding a new job can be a lot of work for many, but it can be especially challenging for anyone in their 50s and 60s. And while the unemployment rate for older workers […]

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Why Do Many Employees Hate Work?

Feature Story WHY DO MANY EMPLOYEES HATE WORK? The way we’re working isn’t working, according to an article from the archives of The New York Times.  For many employees, there is probably little excitement when they get to the office, they don’t feel much appreciated while they are there, they find it difficult to get […]

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Career Report October 2016 Issue 200

BERMAN LARSON KANE Career Report October 2016     Feature Story WHAT MILLENNIAL EMPLOYEES REALLY WANT Despite struggling with debt, recession, and the jobs crisis, millennials—who will account for 75% of the workforce in 2025— are not motivated by money. Rather, according to an article in Fast Company, they aim to make the world more […]

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Career Advice Becomes a Summer Must-Read

BERMAN LARSON KANE  Career Report June 2016  Feature Story CAREER ADVICE BECOMES A SUMMER MUST-READ Summer is typically a time for breezy novels and thrillers. But this  season, books dishing out career advice and inspiration are making a strong showing, as people young and old, employed and not, seek an edge in the  job market. While […]

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OPEN PAY POLICIES COULD BECOME GROWING TREND

BERMAN LARSON KANE  Career Report May 2016  Feature Story OPEN PAY POLICIES COULD BECOME GROWING TREND Picture this: your client company has an open pay policy — where salary bands and compensation of individuals are visible throughout the organization.  Such a proposition may be a heart-stopping notion but, according a Monster.com article, recruiters and other […]

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN HIRING FOR CULTURAL FIT

  April 2016 Issue # 194  Feature Story WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN HIRING FOR CULTURAL FIT Cultural fit is a concept that can be hard to define but, when it’s missing, everyone in an organization can clearly recognize it, an article in Business News Daily points out.  For example, imagine a company founder who […]

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Saying Goodbye to a Job Gracefully

Career Report February 2016 Issue #192  Feature Story Saying Goodbye to a Job Gracefully As the unemployment continues to go down and new jobs are being created it is estimated   the percentage of job-seekers will continue to increase rapidly. In fact, one recent survey, by consulting firm Right Management, revealed that as many as 60 […]

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