Month: February 2020

President of India Delivers Valedictory Address at The International Judicial Conference; Says Supreme Court of India Deserves Admiration for Carrying out Many Radical Reforms that Made Justice More Accessible to Common People

The President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind, delivered the valedictory address at the International Judicial Conference being organised by the Supreme Court of India, in New Delhi today (February 23, 2020). Speaking on the occasion, the President said that the theme chosen for the conference is timely and apt: “Judiciary and […]

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Maternity Leave and the Small Business Owner

By law, all businesses are required to provide a certain amount of maternity leave to employees. The time allowed for maternity leave depends on a number of factors, including state and federal regulations, eligibility, type of maternity leave, etc. For the small business owner, maternity leave has a much greater […]

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Why is networking beneficial to undergrads?

What comes to mind when you hear the term networking? The idea of “networking” conjures up a lot of feelings for students – anticipation, hesitation, reluctance – and it’s easy to understand why. We often define networking as a structured, professional, and often transactional activity that takes place at a career […]

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How to Make Networking Work for You

There are people who would rather have a tooth pulled than go to a networking event. The idea of being in a room full of strangers, having to start a conversation and then gracefully exit when appropriate is daunting for college students and seasoned professionals alike. Whether you’re going to […]

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Health Studies Career Night, February 15 2017

Prepared by Alexandra Jones, CAS Career Advising Team Assistant Did you miss the Health Studies Career Night, but are still interested in the information provided? Well, although you did miss the opportunity to directly communicate and network with professionals working in what may be your future career field, this blog […]

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Working for a startup

Many of you reading this post will be considering taking the well-trodden path through grad schemes once you graduate, though many will also be weighing up the possibility of joining a startup. The very word ‘startup’ has become a more prominent feature in our collective lexicon over the past decade, […]

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Simple Steps to Quell the Office Critic

A wealth of current research tells us that the most critical factor in controlling undesirable turnover and increasing retention of talented people are the skills of managers. People join companies but they leave managers. Satisfied employees are critical to the success of your business. If they’re not happy on the […]

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