Posts By: Leslie Juvin
Do you ever wonder when speaking the truth is appropriate? How can we decide whether or not what we’re saying is worth saying at all? I remember hearing somewhere that the need to tell the truth is directly correlated by the listener’s ability to use it. I find this observation to be true in so… Read more »
My article Stop Being A Control Freak has been recently featured in the 5th anniversary edition newsletter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals’ Downtown Milwaukee Chapter. Many thanks to Carol Rehak and IAAP members!
Job hopping has always had negative connotations with one-hundred and one different meanings. I want to explore job hopping and perhaps help professionals get an greater understanding of how job hopping can affect your life and career. I’ve been working since I was fifteen years old. Many of the jobs I had were… Read more »
Just about every American college graduate I know has substantial student loan debt. I got student loans, but I was very conservative and managed to get Pell Grants, scholarships, and university grants to supplement the amount. My grandmother was very adamant about me knowing about credit cards, loan interests, investment knowledge, so I was lucky… Read more »
Oswego Spa & Laser in Portland, Oregon offered a free botox and career counseling workshop on October 15th to unemployed men and women to help them create a positive first impression for their job hunt. “Many of our clients have been affected by the downturn in the economy,” explains Lee Robinson, MD, facial plastic surgeon… Read more »