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'TIS THE SEASON FOR CAREER GROWTH

 

Contrary to popular belief, the holiday months of November and December are actually ideal times to develop and leverage new contacts for a job search. It's a huge mistake to NOT pursue your search campaign during the holidays.

How to Deal with Annoying Co-Workers

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The University of Texas at El Paso Launches New Online Initiative

In keeping with its commitment to serve a 21st-century student demographic, The University of Texas at El Paso is proud to announce the launch of UTEP University of Texas El PasoConnect, an innovative online learning initiative that connects students from around the world to exceptional, affordable higher education.

Qualification Requirements for Federal Jobs

Like any other employer, the Federal Government expects its employees to be well Federal Buildingqualified for the jobs they hold. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) publishes qualification standards to help ensure Federal employees can successfully and safely perform the work of the position. Whatever your background has been, it is likely that you are basically qualified for many different jobs, and highly qualified for some.

Job Performance Appraisals – 3 Areas of Improvement You Can Live With

Author: David A RussellJob Performance

Companies often tie rewards such as bonuses and merit increment to a person’s rating in a performance appraisal. From an employee’s perspective, it’s about highlighting as many achievements as possible and downplaying weaknesses or areas where improvement is required.

U.S. Census Looking at Big Changes


By Jens Manuel Krogstad and D’vera Cohen

National Alliance for Hispanic Health Survey Provides Insights into Hispanic Attitudes Towards Diabetes

As part of last month's American Diabetes Month, the National Alliance for Hispanic Health (the Alliance) announced results of a survey of Hispanic adults and Diabetestheir attitudes toward diabetes. The results showed that while there is general awareness of the disease, Hispanics with diabetes are more likely to be worried that, besides themselves, someone in their family would develop diabetes, compared to non-Hispanic whites and blacks with diabetes.

Theodora Oringher Attorney Rod Pacheco Named to Riverside Ethics Panel

COSTA MESA, Calif. - November 24, 2014 - Rod Pacheco, former Riverside County District Attorney and current chief of southern California law firm Theodora Oringhers white collar/investigations practice Rod Pachecodivision, has been named to the City of Riversides new ethics panel. 

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