Work From Home Jobs for Retirees

Work From Home Jobs for Retirees   Larry Rubin, Managing Partner of Talent Partners – A member of the Sanford Rose Associates® network of offices, Featured in U.S. News: Work From Home Jobs for Retirees   THERE ARE SEVERAL different jobs for retirees that can be carried out from the comfort of your own home. Many work at home…
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Trends in Talent Acquisition

Trends in Talent Acquisition Talent acquisition, like all other functions, continues to change and evolve as time goes on and as new challenges and technologies emerge. Though 2017 is almost halfway through, here are three trends that are projected to continue throughout the year.   1. "Legacy Diversity" isn't the only focus for hiring diverse…
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The Most Valuable Type of Employee

The Most Valuable Type of Employee No matter what industry you work in or position you have open, hiring a "360-degree" individual will never steer you wrong. This type of employee is an asset because they move in every direction; they're aware of not only what's happening in their role, but in the roles around…
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Do You Know Your Skill Sets?

Do You Know Your Skill Sets? Whether you're a hiring manager writing a job description or a candidate looking for an exciting opportunity, skills are something you'll need to be familiar with. For a hiring manager you need to know what skills a certain opportunity requires and for a job seeker you have to be…
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How Do you Write Business Emails?

  How Do you Write Business Emails? 205.6 billion – according to Inc.com, that's how many emails get sent per day, with 112.5 billion being business related. So what does this mean? It means that with all the emails cluttering boxes and getting scanned over, you want to make sure that yours get read and…
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Communication: An Invaluable Skill

Communication: An Invaluable Skill We live in an era where communication is one of the most marketable skills around and having less than impressive communication can cost you, whether it be a job, a relationship, or a business deal. Better communicators are essential for any business; they become better leaders, build better teams, and create…
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Career or Job: Which One do You Have?

Career or Job: Which One do You Have? If you have to work 60% of every week day, why not make it a career instead of a job? People often mistake the words career and job as synonyms, but in reality the two have vastly different meanings. A job is often just a job; a…
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Resume Mistakes When You Are Over 40

Resume Mistakes When You're Over 40   ONE: We Can't Tell What You Do Professionally Start with a Summary at the top, just under your contact section (don’t list your home address but city and state is important). We need to clearly know what you do professionally and where you're headed in your career. Don't show hiring managers a list…
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How multiple offers may hurt you – permanently!

Multiple Job Offers If your skills are in demand, we're back to the employment cycle that may afford you an opportunity to receive multiple employment offers from competing companies. Congratulations! or maybe my condolences - depending on how you handle the situation. If you're collecting all your offers in writing before you've made a decision,…
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How’s the Job Market in 2013 ?

How’s the Job Market in 2013 ? The job market continues its swing from being client-driven to one that is dominated by candidate demand. Although 9%+ unemployment sounds high, the skilled experienced talent between 30 -45 is at a major shortage and it is becoming more evident that companies looking to hire are facing hugely…
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