Archive | April, 2015

Do the Unemployed Discriminate Against the Unemployed?

Along with some of the wonderful forms of discrimination (note: sarcasm font) that have existed for centuries, the modern job marketplace has seen the rise of two fairly new forms of bias: 1) commute discrimination (disqualifying certain candidates based on where they live and their anticipated “commute length” to work; ) and 2) unemployment discrimination […]

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Book Review: The Defining Decade (Dr. Meg Jay)

While historically, the majority of my coaching work has been delivered to mid-career professionals with 10-20 years or more of experience under their belt, I’m getting an increasing number of inquiries from young professionals and recent graduates who are just kicking off their occupational adventure.  Or perhaps more accurately, I’m getting contacted by the parents […]

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