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  • soft skills are essential
    Soft Skills-Enhancing Them Can Bridge the Gap

    The recent drop in career opportunities for black Americans by gender and education appears  much higher compared to their white counterparts. Black people often face hurdles in finding a job for a variety of...

    • Posted June 30, 2020
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  • Freelance Jobs With Just a Smartphone

    Here’s an interesting idea. All this talk about working from home and freelancers working wherever they can access the Internet. But what about using a smartphone for any of those jobs. While it’s not...

    • Posted June 11, 2020
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  • Work after COVID19 will be different
    COVID-19: Return to Work – Are you ready?

    COVID-19 Returning to work: More Questions Than Answers? As we see that lockdowns in all states of the US are beginning various levels easing, we see more and more employees and consumers showing their...

    • Posted May 18, 2020
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  • Are Employers Failing Black Workers?

    Many organizations and businesses boast of their commitment to hiring workers of color. But change with regard to diversity in the workplace has happened slowly, if at all. Professional occupations like medicine, law and...

    • Posted September 16, 2019
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  • Workplace Diversity and Unemployment: What to Consider Before You Quit
    Workplace Diversity and Unemployment: What to Consider Before You Quit

    When an employee decides to quit, one question they ask is “Am I still able to get my benefits?” The answer is most likely, yes.
  • David Walker
    Simple Tasks for Preventing Discrimination in the Workplace

    Discrimination. It’s a human quality. Some have it; others despise it. In the workplace, it can be a source of power for the cruel, or a weakness which the subservient are subjected to on...

    • Posted April 10, 2015
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  • Workplace Discrimination
    How to Deal With Workplace Discrimination

    Unfortunately, discrimination is commonplace in workplaces up and down the country. In the United States alone, workplace discrimination costs businesses and industry $64 billion every year.
  • Office Etiquette
    10 Things Never To Say To Your Co-Workers

    Whether working in an office setting or another career, like retail, hospitality, health care etc, there are always certain things that are off-limits to say to co-workers. Some are rude to them, and others...

    • Posted December 14, 2012
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  • Finding meaning at work
    How to Find Meaning in Your Workplace

    On an average, you spend around 40 hours at your workplace. Considering the amount of time you spend at your office, it is important to stay positive and motivated about the place you go...

    • Posted September 17, 2012
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  • Communicating With Your Manager
    How to Ask Management for Help Without Feeling Guilty

    Being new to a job, or not fully experience in a specific task is often an embarrassing situation. Even though your manager has gone through the trouble of making sure that you’re completely trained,...

    • Posted August 1, 2012
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