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Put a positive twist on resumes with periods of unemployment

By Amy Winter Employment gaps on resumes stand out as a disadvantage to job-seekers. Ninety-three percent of employers, according to a survey by OfficeTeam, a staffing service that questioned 150…

Selling your business

By Bob Campana Whether you are thinking about selling now or are considering waiting a few years (or more) it is important to understand who will be on your team…

Critical requirements for employers

Critical requirements for employers

Critical requirements for employers conducting layoffs or a reduction in force under WARN

Life coaches use inspiration to help boost employee productivity

Life coaches use inspiration to help boost employee productivity

Politeness provides vital etiquette edge in business

Politeness provides vital etiquette edge in business By Jacqui D. SinarleBusiness Journal Writer    In today’s competitive employment market, it’s not enough to meet a job’s basic qualifications. Savvy job hunters…

Childcare quandaries

Childcare quandaries

Childcare quandaries spur Family Resource and Referral Center

Staffing businesses link Valley’s employers with area’s workforce

Staffing businesses link Valley’s employers with area’s workforce

Staffing businesses link valley’s employers with area’s workforce

 Staffing businesses

Identifying the cast of culprits that threaten productive meetings

By Craig Harrison In the famous Star Wars movie’s bar scene you knew, by appearance, what zany character was sitting beside you. Each character had a distinctive look. Yet in…

The Three C’s of Teams-Part III: Clarity

By Christopher Maricle and Timothy L. Howard In our first article, we developed the first C of teams: Character. We stressed the importance of hiring and retaining individuals of good…