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5 tips to advance your career over the summer

10 Re-careering Tips - AZ Business Magazine November/December 2011

Jason Dukes, founder of Captain’s Chair Coaching, a leading life, career and business coaching firm, says the summer can be a key time for individuals to advance their career. In fact it might be possible to reinvent yourself or rise above what has been holding you back. Here are Captain’s Chair Coaching’s Top 5 Tips for Advancing… Read More →

10 ways to be more likeable at the office

Creative Networking to Land a Job

Being good at what you do is obviously important, but being liked by your coworkers, colleagues and clients is just as important. Without the likeability factor, people are going to be less likely to want to work with you, which can have devastating consequences in business. Jacqueline Whitmore, an internationally-recognized etiquette expert, author and founder… Read More →

The world’s 10 most extreme jobs

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Think you’re having a tough day at the office? Try changing places with a crocodile physiologist. Check out 10 of the world’s most extreme jobs, including statistics on the average salaries, what the job entails and the dangers of the job.  View Interactive Version (via YourTradeBase).

What employers need to know to prevent workplace violence

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Stories of workplace violence — from Mesa to Paris and just about every city in between — seem to be never ending. Which begs the question, “How can employers work to keep their workplaces safe?” While there are no ironclad solutions for preventing all workplace violence, employers and employees alike can take a number of… Read More →

The Madness of March in the Workplace

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Over the course of the year, there are a lot of reasons to remind employers of potential pitfalls or the need for a workplace initiative: Avoid embarrassment and liability at the holiday party; harness New Year’s resolution to enroll employees in your wellness program; remind employees about harassment and the risks of dating a co-worker… Read More →

Avnet Promotes Nicole Enright to VP of HR

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Avnet, Inc., a leading global technology distributor, today announced that it named Nicole Enright as its vice president of corporate human resources. Enright will be responsible for helping Avnet attract, engage, develop and reward the diverse workforce of Avnet’s information technology (IT), finance and legal teams. Additionally, Enright will manage Avnet’s human resources teams in… Read More →

How company culture can lead to fraud

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Unfortunately, fraud is something all businesses must think about and guard themselves from. According to Statistic Brain, seven percent of annual revenues are lost to employee theft or fraud and 33 percent of business’ bankruptcies are caused by employee theft. Fraud isn’t only a result of employee theft; it can also include misuse of accounts,… Read More →

DISH Network plans to hire 150 in Phoenix

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DISH is now hiring 150 customer service representatives at its Customer Care Center in Phoenix. This is a great opportunity for recent graduates as well as those with solid work experience to advance their careers. Job seekers are invited to learn about the company and our open career opportunities at our open house. WHO: DISH… Read More →

Zenefits will create 1,300 Jobs at new Scottsdale office

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Today the Greater Phoenix Economic Council was joined by the Arizona Commerce Authority, Maricopa County and the City of Scottsdale in welcoming Zenefits to the Greater Phoenix region. Zenefits, the free, cloud-based human resources technology company that automates and eliminates time-consuming paperwork for small and medium-sized businesses, announced today plans to create over 1,300 new… Read More →

Want to Honor Veterans? Help Them Start Careers

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It’s Veteran’s Day. It’s a day for parades, for speeches, and for thanking those who put their lives on the line to protect us and our way of life. It’s also a day with a history of contradictions. What we celebrate as Veteran’s Day began in 1919 as Armistice Day. It marked the cease fire… Read More →

Wells Fargo hiring to fill teller, banker positions

A Guide to Applying for a Bank Loan

Wells Fargo announced it is currently accepting applications for 192 positions for tellers and personal bankers throughout the state, especially for Spanish-speaking tellers. Wells Fargo team members are a diverse group of individuals who enjoy helping our customers succeed financially.  Tellers and personal bankers spend nearly 100 percent of their time providing outstanding service to… Read More →

Healthcare drives increase in Phoenix job openings

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Simply Hired, the largest independent job search engine with properties in 24 countries and 12 languages, today released its November 2014 U.S. Employment Outlook report which finds that job openings grew 3.17% month-over-month in October 2014.  This increase continues the ongoing job growth reported by Simply Hired over the past several months. “Steady growth in… Read More →

3,000 jobs available at ‘Diverse Workforce Job Fair’

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When you think diversity at the office, what comes to mind? It should be more than gender or skin color. Today’s workplaces are filled with people from different generations, religions and socioeconomic backgrounds. Companies that value employee differences will be on hand at the ‘Celebrating a Diverse Workforce Job Fair’ on Monday, November 3, at… Read More →

DLA Prepares attendees for Cultural Transformation

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An outstanding lineup of speakers and topics will headline the 13th Annual Diversity Leadership Alliance conference, set for 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, November 7, at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown. Speakers Jermaine Davis, April Lewis, Carol French, Mesha Mott, and Meleika Wadley will lead engaging workshops catering to a diverse and multigenerational crowd.  Featured… Read More →