As more people over 65 are working than ever before, hiring managers are beginning to see the advantage of having a diverse staff that includes people with years of experience across numerous industries. Here are some key ways to leverage your experience as an over-50 job seeker.
Now that summertime is approaching, it’s time to enjoy the sunshine and get outside with intention. Here are four reasons why it’s important.
What is empathy? And how does it differ from sympathy? Simply put, sympathy is sharing; empathy is understanding.
As public relations professionals, we train for managing a crisis. As we have lived through COVID, I have witnessed you lead in communicating timely, accurate, and essential information to the public, and that information has saved people’s lives. Thank you for all you have done, and we are continuing to do so during this time.Continue reading “Your Personal Wellness Crisis Plan”
In his new blog post, veteran communicator Tom Unger, ABC, APR, Fellow PRSA shares three tips for breaking through the approval process log jam.
PRSA launched a new “In Between Jobs” program that offers a discounted PRSA membership and access to a number of career resources for communications professionals who have been laid off as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Through this program, PRSA hopes to make the job search easier for individuals seeking opportunities in the communications profession.
Internal communicators, my dear friends, we need you now more than ever to lead the discussion on the importance of your employees staying mentally and physically resilient.
We find our mentors in different stages of our lives. It typically starts with a challenge at work or in our careers. Whether we’re seeking advice or sharing our own experience with a young professional through successes and failures, it’s a two-way relationship. If a mentor is willing to give time, come prepared with your goals, obstacles and questions to make great use of that time.
I’m urging people to rethink the practice of “unwritten” rules when managing people. Turn those unwritten rules into ones that are honest and transparent.