Day: March 10, 2020

DEAR REWORKER: WHAT BELONGS IN THE EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK?

Dear ReWorker, My company has an Employee Manual stating company policies on vacation, sick time, tardiness, overtime, absences, conduct, appearance, drug testing, etc. We do not, however, spell out company policy regarding the day-to-day operation of our business. We would like to start issuing written warnings to employees that violate […]

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Careers in Healthcare with Online Certificate Programs

If you are interested in pursuing a profession which helps people, offers a variety of different work environments, and provides multiple outlets for professional advancement, a career in healthcare is a perfect fit. The healthcare industry encompasses a seemingly infinite array of positions, from administration and billing professionals, nurses and […]

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Researching Careers on LinkedIn

Before you start applying for jobs, it helps to know as much as possible about the types of jobs that will best fit your skills, and to get the broadest-possible frame for how many ways you might develop your career. Happily, LinkedIn has been developing a terrific tool to help […]

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Should Every Child Get a Flu Shot?

Because the flu is more dangerous for children than the common cold, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control recommends that all children over 6 months old get a flu shot. Each year, complications from the flu send an average of 20,000 children under age 5 to the hospital. Some children […]

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Advice from a Paralegal

There are a lot of factors to consider when pursuing a career as a paralegal.  In this role you will be the right-hand assistant to lawyers and other legal professionals. The job requires certain skills and personality traits, paired with the right training and credentials. Ann Atkinson, advanced certified paralegal […]

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