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Job Seekers: You Need a Pilot for Your Ship

The concept of a maritime pilot is said to be as old as the sea itself. In ancient Greece, local fishermen would be hired to bring foreign ships safely into port. Modern day pilots serve to facilitate a global shipping trade where local laws and navigation rules could possibly overwhelm a ship’s captain and crew. …

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Reviewing This Week on Make HR Happen – December 16 thru December 22, 2012

  In case you missed this week’s articles, here is a summary: Dec 16 – Blog Soup – From the Archives of Make HR Happen  – This is a re-posting of five previous articles from Make HR Happen. – more –           Dec 17 – The Discrimination That Nobody Challenges – If you know …

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Flipflopalypse – The Death of a Job Search

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 Flipflopalypse [flip-flop-uh-lips] noun 1. a prophetic revelation, especially concerning a cataclysm in which wearing any backless, usually open-toed flat shoes or slippers causes the forces of evil to permanently triumph over the forces of good. 2. any universal or widespread destruction or disaster caused by inappropriately wearing a flat, backless rubber sandal, usually secured on …

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Reviewing This Week on Make HR Happen – December 9 thru December 15, 2012

  In case you missed this week’s articles, here is a summary: Dec 9 – Blog Soup – From the Archives of Make HR Happen  – This is a re-posting of five previous articles from Make HR Happen. – more –           Dec 10 – Artificial Motivation – It is the season to seek …

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The Art of War for Job Search (Part 3)

This is the final part of a three part series. The Art of War for Job Search (Part 1) and The Art of War for Job Search (Part 2) precede this and have discussed the first nine of the thirteen chapters written by Sun Tzu on winning battles. Here is the remainder of his points: …

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