| You Do What? - American Kennel Club Judge
by Betty Regina Leininger and Cady Chesney - Feb, 2014
Hundreds of dog breeds exist across the world, and they all gather at various dog shows across the globe to compete against each other. The fate of these dogs rests in the hands of American Kennel Club judges, who choose the best dog in each category. Join host Cady Chesney as she discovers the ins and outs of becoming an American Kennel Club Judge with 2014’s Westminster Kennel Club’s Best in Show judge, Betty Regina Leininge...
| Community Concepts - Direct Care and the Aging Workforce
by Abby Marquand and Tim Muma - Jan, 2014
Direct care for individuals continues to be an industry where more help is needed, creating an aging workforce and gaps to fill. Abby Marquand, Associate Director of Policy Research for the Paraprofessional Health Institute, joins Tim Muma to discuss the state of direct care and the employees who work in this field. She also describes the types of individuals who succeed and why mature workers are joining this workforce. Co...
| Job Search Guide - Tips for Mature Workers
by Ford R. Myers and Cady Chesney - Oct, 2013
Once out of a job, mature workers have a much harder time finding employment, so much so that the Department of Labor reported that the average duration of unemployment for older people was 35.5 weeks, compared to 23 weeks for younger people (2010). We're with Ford Myers, president of Career Potential, to gain some helpful tips for mature workers. Job Search Guide covers all facets of the process from strategies for cover l...
| Executive Decisions - Breaking the Glass
by Krista Brookman and Cady Chesney - Oct, 2013
In this episode of Executive Decisions, we're taking a look at how Krista Brookman, Senior Director of the Inclusive Leadership Initiative at Catalyst, a New York based non-profit organization, broke through the proverbial glass ceiling and became a top executive. On Executive Decisions we discuss topics that pertain to employers, especially human resources professionals and high-level executives to gain an understanding of...
Seasoned Advice for Mature Workers
by Linda K. Rolie, M.A., CVC - Oct, 2012
A significantly growing population of job hunters, and those who are landing jobs, is between the ages of 55 to 71 (and beyond). You may have heard, “age 50 is the youth of old age” or “age 60 is the new 50” and so on. Various opinions exist about whether age-related biases negatively impact these mid-lifers’ employability. There are mature workers who are far from elder status but feel they are discriminated against due t...
Long Ago in a Far Away Place
by Debra Wheatman - Jul, 2012
Many stories begin with the trope, “long ago in a far away land.” We expect to be transported to an unfamiliar place and time. Unfortunately, some careerists use this technique when writing a résumé. We feel as though we are climbing on grandfather’s knee to hear the tale of a time when 3.5 inch floppy disk was king and everyone was blown away by DOS. We see skills such as Fortran and dBase. On the contact line, we see a f...
Community Outreach & Diversity
by Local JobNetwork™ - May, 2012
Welcome to a powerful network that connects employers with more than 15,000 organizations across the nation to provide employment assistance to constituents in their communities. We value our partnerships with construction/skilled trades, diversity organizations, general business, historically black colleges and unive...
Clash Points at Work – How Are the Generations Different?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2011
My trusty old Toyota Camry overheated the other day. I had the car towed to my mechanic and called Enterprise Car Rental to pick me up. The driver of the pick-up van was pretty friendly so we started to talk. He’s 71 years old and a retired mortician. He works full time for Enterprise. I asked him what it was like working with mostly twenty year olds. He wisely told me that everyone got along pretty well probably due to...
Is it Ageism or Your Attitude?
by Sherri Edwards - Jun, 2011
Is it Ageism or Your Attitude? There is an ongoing debate about age discrimination in the work place that has been around for a very long time. Since we will continue to have younger workers enter the workplace, it is likely a case will continue to be made either way. My position is it doesn’t do anyone much good to simply buy into it and give up on their pursuits without, examining the situation more carefully. It is he...
The Risk of Ignoring Millennials
by Judith Lindenberger - Feb, 2011
One of the biggest challenges for businesses today is integrating the Millennials twenty-somethings into a Baby Boomer culture. They are the newest generation to enter the labor market, arriving with their distinct ideas about what they expect from their jobs. They are our future leaders and our next generation of revenue-generators. So who are the Millennials and how do we manage their expectations while maintaining high perf...
Ten Resume Tips for Older Workers
by Barbara Safani - Jan, 2011
As an older job seeker, writing a resume can bring an additional set of challenges. It can be hard to know what to include and what to leave out of the document when you have had a long work history, and it may have been years since the last time you even needed a resume. Resume etiquette has changed, and it is important to change along with it. Here are 10 tips for updating your resume to remain relevant in the eyes of the...
Can you become an “Olderpreneur”?
by Maureen Cullen - Dec, 2010
Enterprise isn’t just for the young. People of any age can start up a business. When we are past fifty we sometimes feel it will be difficult to find an employer who will offer us the flexibility we want in a job. We come to an age where we want to “do our own thing” and be in control of our environment. Starting your own business is something you can do for yourself and it can provide you with a viable and interesting liv...
Are you 45+ with an idea about how to make a difference?
by Miriam Salpeter - Nov, 2010
Do you have an idea that will make a difference in your community in the areas of education, social services, environment, health care or helping others engage in encore careers (careers that combine purpose, passion and a paycheck)? If you are at least 45 years old, take note! Civic Ventures (a think tank on boomers, work and social purpose) just announced its new Launch Pad contest, which is designed to discover five inspir...
Over 50 in the job hunt
by Miriam Salpeter - Oct, 2010
I recently received a note from a prospective client. An executive in his late 50¡äs, he took early retirement from his company and was looking for his *next* thing to do. He explained he had applied for hundreds of executive positions and almost as many minimum wage positions with his resume, but that he had not been called in for one interview. His frustration, ¡°I can¡¯t help that I am over 50.¡± What a frustrating situa...
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