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Money Isn’t Everything

By Lisa Cohn, PHR Let’s face it.  No one ever thinks they make enough money.  Whether your company is non-profit or for-profit, large or small, nearly everyone thinks they deserve a larger paycheck.  With that said, there are so many other important factors and benefits to consider in your job search aside from your ideal […]

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Disclosing a Disability

By Andrea Fenwick When interviewing for a job, many people worry about saying the wrong thing.  For people with disabilities, this can be even more of a concern, especially if your disability is not apparent to the average person, like low vision, gastrointestinal issues, anxiety disorders, or learning disabilities like dyslexia. The current employment landscape

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5 TIPS for a MORE PRODUCTIVE WORKDAY

By Lisa Cohn, PHR In this brand new and ever-changing world, being able to effectively manage your time and tasks is more important than ever to make sure your workday is as productive as possible. Here are five strategies that can help you take control and accomplish more.  PRIORITIZE: Keep a running “to-do” list and highlight the items that are a priority. Take a couple minutes at the start of your

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Back to the Future

I meet many people in search of employment. It’s my job as a JCS Career Coach. Throughout my career, I have met with clients, who for different reasons, had chosen not to work or did not “need” to work. Some are new to the employment market due to a change in life circumstances, or were living off an inheritance, with

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