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Employment Blawg

The impossible has happened. A lawyer is doing something for free. Check out Manpower's Employment Blawg: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Employment Law (But Didn't Want to Pay a Lawyer to Ask). Chief Legal Officer for Manpower North America, Mark Toth, selflessly donated billable hours to create his Employment Blawg just to help professionals like you stay out of trouble and gainfully employed.

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Job Interview? Be Nice.

Nancy Manley

So have you read the article trending on social media last week about the London commuter who found himself interviewed by the person he was rude to earlier in the day? Talk about an awkward situation. But a great reminder – be kind to everyone. Everyone you talk to and/or meet during the job search …

Counter offer – take it or leave it?

Nancy Manley

I was recently in a discussion about counter offers when having lunch with friends.  The discussion was prompted by the question of would you take a counter offer from your current company or not?  It is an interesting question to think about. To provide some background, counter offers are when you notify your current employer …

Top 5 Resume Blunders to Avoid

Nancy Manley

This tends to be the time of year when many people are refreshing, rewriting or reworking their resumes in some way. So, I thought it would be good to touch on some attributes you definitely do not want in your resume. Top five resume blunders to avoid: Starting with an objective. It’s understood the objective …

Refresh Your Resume


A “resume refresher” is a great way to kick off a new job search with your best foot forward. Even if you just updated your resume last year; one year can make a world of difference. You want to be sure your most recent accomplishments and experiences are included on your resume. An updated resume …

Motivation Tips for Job Seekers

Nancy Manley

Do you struggle to stay motivated in your job search or even in your current job? I know I do. Some things on my list I easily do and feel gratitude by just completing. Other tasks linger on my list like a coffee stain.  Are there are elements of your job search that never seem …

Dress for Success


Whether you find yourself in a casual office setting, or in a more formal one, it is far too easy to stumble into a wardrobe rut. One day, you find yourself either running out of outfits, or a change in the weather from sunshine to snowstorms throws you off. How you dress can have an …

5 Career Wardrobe Must-Haves

Nancy Manley

First impressions matter and how we dress definitely impacts the impression others develop of us.  It’s a good idea to check your closet every quarter to make sure your wardrobe is supporting your efforts to make a positive first impression. Here are 5 wardrobe must-haves to help make sure the impression you make is positive: …

What are Your Salary Requirements?

Jill Kempka

The salary question is one of the toughest questions you will be asked in your job search. Of course, you want to answer with the right amount – without selling yourself short or pricing yourself out of the job. So, it’s tricky. Personally, I don’t think there is one correct answer to the salary question. …