Jobbing Archive: March, 2013

College seniors: Take a broad view when job-hunting

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After a couple of rough years, things are looking up for college graduates, says John Challenger, who heads the Chicago outplacement firm of... Read more

Business lessons from an alleged drug dealer in Atlantic City

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Mykal Derry, the U.S. Attorney said, ran an efficient business operation, dealing heroin, cocaine and prescription drugs -- as much as a million... Read more

Feeling sexually harassed at work?

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Feeling sexually harassed at work? Experiencing racial, age, gender or disability-based harassment? The first step, advises employment lawyer... Read more

Watch out what you sign at work

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Doing your job and doing it well is the best way to stay out of trouble at work, advises Patricia Barasch, a Moorestown attorney who heads... Read more

College-educated dishwashers

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When Christe McGowan first started as the director of dining services at Medford Leas nine years ago, she had to build a constant pipeline... Read more

Teenagers harassed on the job

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Hundreds of teenagers hustling to get summer jobs: How many of them will end up getting ripped off or harassed by their employees? Last year... Read more

Turning a teenager's job into a mission

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Here's a man who knows how to turn a summer job into a higher calling. "You'll be able to impact a lot of lives," Jamie Blackwell told a crowd... Read more

Staying out of trouble at work

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Usually, by the time employment lawyer Patricia Barasch sees her clients, they are in trouble. But, she said, there is a lot employees can... Read more