Day: March 17, 2020

Put Your Best Cover Letter Forward

Writing a resume is tough work, if you do it right. So, after doing all that work, why submit an awesome resume and then write a halfhearted cover letter, or no cover letter at all? \”People who submit a cover letter along with their resume are more likely to get […]

Rate this:

HOW TO HELP EMPLOYEES STRUGGLING OUTSIDE OF THE OFFICE

With the festivity of the holidays behind us, the upcoming winter months can be difficult. Five percent of Americans suffer from seasonal affective disorder, and more than 14 million adults suffer from depression, which can be exacerbated by short winter days. Some things are personal and it\’s best to stay removed, but if […]

Rate this:

Jobs You Can Get with a Human Resources Degree

Receiving your human resources degree is the first step towards entering an exciting career field. There are multiple jobs you can get that fall under the Human Resources (HR) umbrella. In a small company, you may be the sole human resource specialist. In larger companies, you will join a dynamic […]

Rate this:

Webinar: "It Really Is a Team Effort – How Employees and Employers Create High-Performance Workplaces," with Kim Dority

Are you striving to create a positive and performance-driven work environment? \”Negative workplaces often frustrate managers, disengage staffers and generally demoralize the entire group, causing an uncomfortable and low-performance work environment,\” said Scott Traylor, Associate Campus Director for Online Education at Bryant & Stratton College. Acclaimed career coach Kim Dority […]

Rate this:

Why Travel to China? Exploring the Benefits of China

China has become one of the most popular study abroad destinations for students around the world because of its culture, language, history, and powerful influence in the global marketplace. Beginning in the fall of 2014, the University of Vermont will offer an 18-credit China Semester Abroad program in conjunction with Ocean University […]

Rate this: