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Happy Anniversary WPMG

Happy Anniversary WPMG

By Melvin Collins. Jr. January 1, 2013 marks the beginning of the twenty-fifth year of Workforce Partners Management Group, LLC. This company began as ADAPT Publishing Company, Inc. by Melvin Collins, Jr. and Yolanda L. Salazar to write and publish transitional and self-reflective materials. The very first book, Common Knowledge, A Clerical Reference Guide was […]

Top Five Personality Traits Employers Hire Most

by FORBESWOMAN Top Five Personality Traits Employers Hire Most I know you: You’ve made looking for your next job, well… your job. You’ve scoured your resume of clichéd buzzwords, brushed up on body language and even gotten a handle on the dreaded video interview. But all of that might be for naught if you just don’t […]

Top 10 Worst Body Mistakes To Make In An Interview

by Forbes.com 10 Body Language Interview Mistakes From eye contact to posture to the way you fix your hair, avoid these 10 physical slip-ups in your next job interview.   1. Bad Postured Posture Leaning back is lazy or arrogant, leaning forward is aggressive and slouching is just lazy. Instead, experts say to aim for […]

The Countdown to May and Graduation Begins

The Countdown to May and Graduation Begins

Beginning January 1, 2013 CampusJobXpress.com starts its countdown to graduation. CampusJobXpress.com (CJX) was developed to serve college students as they approached graduation. Many students finish their education with a degree, certification or license, plus a loan to pay back. Finding a job becomes paramount to start their new life off correctly. Also, CJX has discovered […]

New Year's Work Resolutions

New Year’s Work Resolutions

    By Sheena Williams It’s that time again! The holidays are over, and it’s time to take down the tree. Time to reflect on what a year 2012 has been. The ups and downs, the high and lows, and the sometimes those days that were just middle of the road! It’s been a year […]

A New Year and A New You

A New Year and A New You

By Sheena Williams A makeover is something that everyone should try, now and then. I don’t mean getting a new suit or buying a new brand of make-up. Those are fantastic too, however, there are changes that we can make, on the inside and around us, that can also constitute as a makeover. A new […]

Communication Malfunction! Help!

Communication Malfunction! Help!

by Marrisa Maldonado There are two key oral communication skills that most people struggle with and they are active listening and providing feedback. Have you ever had a discussion with someone and told them, “Hey, you’re not listening to me!” even though they have a response to everything you say? I think that everyone has been […]

Taxes, Taxes, Taxes

Taxes, Taxes, Taxes

by Melvin Collins, Jr Have you ever received your paycheck at the end of a grueling work period and you take a peek at your earnings and you just want to ask, “Who is this guy FICA and why is he taking my money?” We are going to take a look at a typical paycheck […]

Taking Advantage of Seasonal Jobs

Taking Advantage of Seasonal Jobs

by Sheena Williams Ahh holiday time! The sounds of tingling bells and children’s laughter! The presents, the calendar that says it’s August… What? August? I know what you’re thinking. The holidays are a long way off, but for retail and restaurants, the season is starting now! They are gearing up for the holiday season by […]

So, You Didn't Get The Job

So, You Didn’t Get The Job

by Sheena Williams So you have waited and waited, and found that you were not selected for that position you felt you were so perfect for and really wanted. You spent time and stress on a job that didn’t come through, and now you’re wondering……. Take a Deep Breath — First and foremost, relax. The […]

Company-Sponsored Events

Company-Sponsored Events

by Sheena Williams Oh look! You’ve been invited to the company’s holiday party! Wait! Maybe, it’s a job- related cook out. Wait, wait… is that conference? Whatever the occasion, maybe they all have one thing in common, and it’s that they are all work-related. Sometimes, or even often, depending upon your job, you will be […]

Am I too Old to Change Careers?

Am I too Old to Change Careers?

Am I Too Old To Change Careers? You said you want to change your career at this stage of the game? Well, let me tell you that you are never too old. Today, most of us are finding ourselves having to work much longer than we ever imagined. The days of an early retirement have […]

Preparing for the Interview

Preparing for the Interview

PREPARING FOR THE INTERVIEW   It’s a known fact that employers hire people they like, people who they can relate to or who they seem are like them somehow. Because of this, first and foremost, be likable and create a good first impression on your interview. P E O P L E get hired — […]

Culture at Work

Culture at Work

Culture at Work Culture is at work every day and while most people think of culture as a way to distinguish their membership to an ethnic group, they seldom think of it as having an impact at their job or their interviewing process.  When you apply to a job, you are automatically giving the impression […]

Creating Your Future

Creating Your Future

Creating Your Future In creating your future, you need to learn how to choose to be the YOU you want to be! We are not our actions, because we can change our actions and still be ourselves. For the same reason, we are not our thoughts, our opinions, our beliefs or our feelings. We can […]

Ten Hints to Writing a Great Cover Letter

Ten Hints to Writing a Great Cover Letter

Ten Hints For Writing A Great Cover Letter From time to time, it becomes necessary for you to pull out your legal pad or notebook and sharpen up your rusty pencil to produce a much needed cover letter. Sometimes, it helps to write it out in long hand and then transfer it to your computer. […]

What is the Resume Format for You?

What is the Resume Format for You?

WHAT IS THE RESUME FORMAT FOR YOU? A personal marketing package is a personʼs first introduction to a prospective employer. Therefore, it must make a great presentation. It should be accurate, neat, attractive, error-free and as professional as one wants to be perceived. This article provides the job seeker with the methodology for preparing a […]

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