| Technically Speaking - Starting a Digital Agency
by Matthew Maday and Cady Chesney - Feb, 2014
As technology advances, digital advertising is becoming increasingly popular. OnCall Interactive was started by Matthew Maday in his college days, and it grew into an award-winning digital agency in Chicago, Illinois. Join host Cady Chesney to find out what it takes to start a digital agency, where the funds come from, and what you can do to start your very own digital agency. On Technically Speaking, we explore the latest...
| Community Concepts - Sons of Baseball Foundation
by Eric Wallace and Tim Muma - Feb, 2014
Created by a small group of people that share a passion for baseball, the Sons of Baseball Foundation strives to bring the joy of baseball to the lives of children with disabilities and children battling life threatening medical conditions. President Eric Wallace joins Tim Muma to discuss how it all got started, how their organization helps these children, and what companies can do to contribute or even participate. Communi...
| Employment Notebook - Positives of Emotion at Work
by Chrissy Scivicque and Tim Muma - Feb, 2014
Most of the time, we hear that emotions are often an extra obstacle to success at work. Whether it's excitement, fear, frustration or sadness, those emotions could affect individuals from making sound, logical decisions. Chrissy Scivicque, a certified career coach and experience corporate trainer, argues that emotions can actually have a positive influence at work. She stresses they must be used appropriately and gives Tim Mum...
| Volunteering At - Habitat for Humanity
by Katie Kowalski and Cady Chesney - Feb, 2014
Volunteers are the workforce behind the success of Habitat for Humanity. Their homes are constructed almost entirely by volunteers and they mobilize thousands of people each year across the nation. Volunteering with Habitat for Humanity requires no prior construction experience. In this episode of Volunteering At, host Cady Chesney will speak with Katie Kowalski from Habitat for Humanity about the many ways to give back throug...
Going Public: Strategies for Career Re-Entery
by Kristen Carter - Mar, 2014
I recently attended a conference where I had the pleasure of listening to one of the keynote speakers, Carol Fishman Cohen, co-founder of iRelaunch. As the name of her organization suggests, Ms. Cohen addressed the topic of how to best “re-launch” oneself after a career break. As a career coach, I have worked with clients who have articulated this very challenge—how to get back in the game with a significant employment gap on...
How to Use LinkedIn as Your Personal Website
by Jill Kurtz - Mar, 2014
I was recently talking with a friend who is looking for a new job. He recited a litany of things he wanted to do to support his job search. I was happy to be able to take one item off the list – a personal website. The great news is that LinkedIn has added so many features that it makes the personal website obsolete. LinkedIn is the best place to establish your professional profile and network to build a career and fi...
Performance Reviews: A Love-Hate Relationship?
by Georgia Adamson - Mar, 2014
Very few people, if any, would say they love performance reviews–either receiving or giving them. After all, they’re a pain to prepare for, regardless of whether you’re on the giving or the receiving end, right? For this post, I’m going to focus on receiving a performance review, including tips for making the experience as positive as possible and enhancing your prospects for long-term career success. 5 Reasons People...
Taking a Second Job: Why It Might Be Worth It and Why It Might Not Be
by Adrienne Erin - Mar, 2014
It doesn’t take a genius to know that, economically speaking, times are tough. Cuts in pay and horror stories about companies laying off employees left and right have made many Americans uneasy – prompting them to seek a second job. But should you really take on a second job? Do the benefits outweigh the risks? Read on to figure out what’s right for you. More Money, More Problems So an obvious perk of having a sec...
The OFCCP Digest Volume 4, Issue 2
by Local JobNetwork™ - Feb, 2014
Volume 4, Issue 2 Section 503/VEVRAA Final Rules: Your Questions Answered? by Carmen Couden, Esq. With approximately three weeks left until the Section 503/VEVRAA final rules become effective, federal contractors and subcontractors still have many questions regarding the new obligations...
Preparing for the Revised Veteran and Disability Regulations: New Information on What Should Be Implemented by March 24, 2014
by Bill Osterndorf - Feb, 2014
Federal contractors and subcontractors continue to prepare to implement the revised regulations regarding protected veterans and individuals with disabilities that were issued by the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). There are certain provisions in these revised regulations that must be implemented by March 24, 2014. I discussed these provisions in my January 2014 article for...
Section 503/VEVRAA Final Rules: Your Questions Answered?
by Carmen Couden, Esq. - Feb, 2014
With approximately three weeks left until the Section 503/VEVRAA final rules become effective, federal contractors and subcontractors still have many questions regarding the new obligations imposed by the rules and how best to comply with them. As March 24, 2014 approaches, the OFCCP continues to provide guidance regarding implementation of the final rules and to clarify the agency's expectations and plans for enforcement. A...
Algorithm of the OFCCP Enforcement Trend – Part 2 of 3
by Ahmed Younies - Feb, 2014
Part I reviewed the OFCCP's many accomplishments in 2013 and discussed their implications for 2014. Its 2014 agenda appears no less ambitious (more on that soon). Let's briefly compare the OFCCP of the Clinton, Bush and Obama years to get an idea of what likely lies ahead. The Clinton Years: Director Shirley Wilcher took a strong interest in compensation issues and, initially, a tough stance on employment discrimination...
Unemployment Status Discrimination and OFCCP Enforcement
by Sandra Zeigler, Esq. - Feb, 2014
Recently the administration called on corporations to pledge not to use unemployment status as a selection criterion in their hiring decisions. According to various media reports at least 300 corporations have taken this pledge including a number of major federal contractors. The purpose of this article is to discuss whether and to what extent the laws currently enforced by OFCCP can be used to address this issue. OFCCP en...
4 Ways You’re Derailing Your Career
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2014
The worst kinds of career gaffes are those you do unintentionally. It’s easy to see why reaming out the boss or taking an unscheduled vacation might get you into hot water, but more subtle self-destructive behaviors can be just as damaging. Here are a few to watch out for. 1. You’re all business at the office While it’s essential to be productive and possess a strong work ethic, you don’t want to be perceived as th...
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