Month: March 2020

Career Ideas for Criminal Justice Studies majors

A Criminal Justice Studies degree can open the door to a number of career possibilities. Explore some of the career paths that can be pursued after earning a Criminal Justice Studies degree. A passion for order and the legal system may pull you toward earning a degree in Criminal Justice […]

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THE KEY TO MANAGING PEOPLE YOU DON\’T LIKE

When you get promoted to a managerial position, you don\’t automatically gain managerial skills that allow you to easily treat people fairly. You\’re still the same person you were the day before, and let\’s face that—that probably means you don\’t like everyone equally. In fact, you may have direct reports that you […]

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THE KEY TO MANAGING PEOPLE YOU DON\’T LIKE

When you get promoted to a managerial position, you don\’t automatically gain managerial skills that allow you to easily treat people fairly. You\’re still the same person you were the day before, and let\’s face that—that probably means you don\’t like everyone equally. In fact, you may have direct reports that you […]

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THE KEY TO MANAGING PEOPLE YOU DON\’T LIKE

When you get promoted to a managerial position, you don\’t automatically gain managerial skills that allow you to easily treat people fairly. You\’re still the same person you were the day before, and let\’s face that—that probably means you don\’t like everyone equally. In fact, you may have direct reports that you […]

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Beginning a Career in Human Resources

When you enroll in the AAS in Human Resources program at Bryant & Stratton College, you’re taking an important step towards an exciting and versatile human resources career. Immediately after graduation from our program, students are eligible to apply for a variety of entry level HR positions, and are well on their […]

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Why We Love Church Street Marketplace

Church Street in the heart of Burlington is one of the most popular destinations in Vermont. Visitors to the city’s brick and cobblestone pedestrian marketplace will find dozens of locally-owned restaurants, food cart vendors, shops, and cafes, as well as a variety of outdoor entertainment. A perfect place to visit […]

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Where to Find Career Information and Advice

Information about career management is everywhere. But, what information can you trust and what\’s best to pass over? You can think, getting advice from your mom, brother, aunt, friend or neighbor might seem like a good idea but these well-meaning, \”inner circle\” confidants may lead you astray. If you\’re looking […]

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5 WAYS TO EVALUATE MOOCS ON A RESUME

Guillaume Dumas, a 28-year-old Canadian, made headlines recently when he announced that he had obtained an Ivy League education for free by sneaking in to classes at prestigious universities. His story — coupled with the skyrocketing costs of a college education — raised serious doubts about the value of a diploma. With […]

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Common Workplace Mistakes Made by Newbies

If you are stepping into your first “real” job after college you probably have a mixed bag of feelings about it. It’s exciting to meet new people, have new responsibilities and contribute to your new company’s goals. And it’s also little scary. That’s just how it goes when you’re a […]

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SUCCESSION PLANNING IS A CHALLENGE, BUT WELL WITHIN REACH

When it comes to talent, it’s all about the pipeline. That is, keeping it pulsing along with the best possible employee bench strength to fill critical positions as business conditions change, new products are launched, etc. To get there takes a proactive and intelligence-driven internal succession planning strategy, though for many employers […]

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