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  7 Must-Have Qualities of the Best Project Managers
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
The best of the best project managers are part people-master and part data-head. Over at the American Management Association, Tom Kendrick, author of 101 Project Management Problems and How to Solve Them, asked readers how to assess if they have what it takes to be successful project managers. We’ve been talking a lot about certification here, but Tom approached the issue from another angle: what qualities do the best PMs m...
 
  9 Essential Networking Event Tips For The Job Hunter
by Michelle Dumas - Feb, 2016
An upcoming networking event can cause anxiety for even the most outgoing job hunter. “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” While this old saying (seriously old – it was used in a New York Tribune article in 1918) is usually thrown about negatively when someone’s complaining about not getting that job or promotion they wanted, there is truth in these words. A quick google search of “best way to get a job” will...
 
  Sustaining Enthusiasm For A Long Term Project
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
The New Horizons Pluto mission took so long its destination planet was reclassified. For the project managers, it was the ultimate marathon. In 2001, a team led by NASA principal investigator Alan Stern crafted the proposal for the New Horizons mission. Five years later in 2006, NASA launched an unmanned probe, a spacecraft weighing over 1,000 pounds, on the first-ever route to Pluto. Less than a year later, the Internat...
 
  Why Being Too Responsive Is Bad
by Marshall Goldsmith - Feb, 2016
Are you a highly responsive person? Are you so easily triggered that you respond in an uninterrupted A to B sequence that leaves no breathing room for hesitation, reflection and choice? How does a trigger actually work within us? Why do we respond seemingly without even thinking? Are there moving parts between the trigger and the behavior? If so, what are they? And how can we gain access them? I would suggest that the mo...
 
  Women In Business
by Mi'Shon Landry - Feb, 2016
There has been remarkable growth in the number of women of color business owners—and this figure is poised to increase as the women of color population grows. From 1997 to 2013, the number of female-owned firms in the United States grew by 59 %—one-and-a-half times the national average. A closer look at the statistics shows that women of color are the catalyst behind this growth: • African American women-owned businesses gr...
 
  The OFCCP Digest Volume 6, Issue 2
by Local JobNetwork™ - Feb, 2016
Managing the Inherent Risks of EEO Analyses by Scott Pechaitis, Esq. and Chris Patrick, Esq. Affirmative action is for the “good guys.” Fe...
 
  Managing the Inherent Risks of EEO Analyses
by Chris Patrick, Esq. - Feb, 2016
How To Be The “Good Guy” Without Creating Bad Evidence Affirmative action is for the “good guys.” Federal contractors (and subcontractors) do not wait to be sued to address equal employment opportunity (EEO) issues, nor do they accept the status quo. Federal contractors do not assume good intentions are being carried out by managers and recruiters. Rather, they seek out and address potential EEO barriers in their...
 
  Managing the Inherent Risks of EEO Analyses
by Scott Pechaitis, Esq. - Feb, 2016
How To Be The “Good Guy” Without Creating Bad Evidence Affirmative action is for the “good guys.” Federal contractors (and subcontractors) do not wait to be sued to address equal employment opportunity (EEO) issues, nor do they accept the status quo. Federal contractors do not assume good intentions are being carried out by managers and recruiters. Rather, they seek out and address potential EEO barriers in their...
 
  Who Qualifies as an “Active Duty Wartime or Campaign Badge Veteran”
by Bill Osterndorf - Feb, 2016
Since 2009, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has been very interested in issues concerning the veterans that are protected under the agency’s affirmative action regulations. These regulations cover four categories of veterans, three of which are disabled veterans, recently separated veterans, and armed forces service medal veterans. Until recently, the fourth categ...
 
  You’ve Found the Perfect Candidate But You Don’t Have an Opening – What Should You Do?
by Debra Milstein Gardner - Feb, 2016
While reviewing candidate qualifications for an open position, you come across someone who has great skills but is not the best match for the open position. Or you are conducting a passive search and come across a candidate that you would like to “hold” for another position when the opening becomes available. Either way you source the “other” candidate, you don’t want to lose them if the timing is not in sync with an op...
 
  Downton Abbey: a Disability-Inclusive Workplace?
by Jennifer Sheehy - Feb, 2016
Reprinted with permission from “Downton Abbey: a Disability-Inclusive Workplace?”by Jennifer Sheehy, January 14, 2016, U.S. Department of Labor Blog. Like many people, I’m currently relishing escaping to Downton Abbey for an hour each Sunday night. For those who haven’t succumbed to this show’s lure, it follows the lives of an aristocratic family and their servants on an English country estate during the early...
 
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