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How To Negotiate Your Salary

On June 3, 2019, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

Evan Lefkowitz Administrative Associate CareerNation Whether you are getting your first job or are transitioning between companies during the middle of your career, being able to negotiate your salary is a vital skill for everyone to have. Negotiating salary describes the interaction between you and a member of your future…

How To Get An Internship

On May 27, 2019, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

Evan Lefkowitz Administrative Associate CareerNation Over the last twenty-five years, internships and similar opportunities for professional experience have become the bedrock of a solid resume. As a result, internships have become increasingly competitive and strenuous to obtain. In this blog, I will delve into four ways that will make you…

How To Write A Resume

On May 27, 2019, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

Evan Lefkowitz How To Write a Resume Whether you are graduating college or are well into your professional career, learning how to write a stellar resume can make all the difference between landing a great job and unemployment. In short, a resume is a summary of your professional history. It…

Culture-Based Recruiting: How is Your Company Different?

On September 11, 2018, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

Steven Hunt, PhD – Monster Contributing Writer People are more likely to remain in company cultures that support their personal values and professional success. In terms of candidate sourcing and attraction, the most important aspect of culture is the degree to which common practices and beliefs in your company are…

3 Ways To Interrupt Bias In The Recruiting Process.

On June 1, 2018, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

By Victor T. Madubuko, SPHR, GPHR, SHRM-SCP We all like to think that we judge applicants solely on their credentials and achievements, but research shows that every one of us has a lifetime of experience and cultural history that shapes the review process. Indeed, “Even the most well-meaning person unwittingly…

3 Ways To Run An Effective Search Committee

On May 26, 2018, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

By Victor Madubuko, SPHR, GPHR, SHR-SCP Search committees are often assembled to ensure procedural fairness, to provide different stakeholders with an opportunity to express their views, and to give a nod to shared governance, which calls for collective decision-making on certain appointments. Understanding the dynamics at play within search committees…

Julie Hanna To Speak at A Visiting Women Executive Exchange Program at Yale University

On May 18, 2016, Posted by , In Blog,News, With No Comments

  We are excited to announce Julia Hanna as a speaker at CareerNation’s Visiting Women Exchange Program at Yale University. In 2015, the serial entrepreneur Julie Hanna was appointed by US President Obama as Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship.   The Presidential Ambassadors for Global Entrepreneurship (PAGE) initiative is a…

How the “African Growth and Opportunities Act” Promotes Global Dealings with Africa

On February 18, 2016, Posted by , In Blog,Resources, With No Comments

By Zachary Avina, B.S. in Business Management and Victor T. Madubuko, SPHR, GPHR Why Africa? The business “layman” may be confused by this idea that Africa is a hub of the growing global economy; however, the facts are becoming less and less elusive to the general populace. An astounding $19.140…

The Once Pervasive Path to the Top: Women Leading in the Workplace

On January 25, 2016, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

By Zachary Avina, B.S. in Business Management and Victor T. Madubuko, SPHR, GPHR According to CNN Money, only 14.2% of corporate positions in S&P 500 companies are occupied by women (Egan 1). Surprisingly enough, university roosters tend to show greater numbers of female students, and yet where these women end…

2 Key Knowledge Management Elements

On November 11, 2015, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

2 Key Knowledge Management Elements Written by Victor T. Madubuko, SPHR, GPHR. November 10, 2015. You are definitely not alone if you are concerned about your organization’s knowledge that may be lost through layoffs, voluntary resignation, and a larger percentage of employee population moving towards retirement.   I had finished…