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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.

In his uniquely entertaining style, Mark delivers up-to-the minute information on employment law, plenty of practical tools and lots of laughs at the expense of his profession. (And yours. And Elvis.) Arm yourself with insights to prevent mistakes without being bombarded by legalese, legal fees and without falling asleep.

All these miracles happen at manpowergroupblogs.us/employment_blawg.

Career Coach

When you're stumped for career advice, turn to your coach - your Career Coach. We're here to provide you with the latest and greatest career tips and info to help you succeed in today's complicated and competitive world of work. We're also here to offer encouragement. The job market can be a crazy place, let us help you figure it out. So, get comfortable.

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CareerBrain

You're smart. You know it. We know it. But are you smart when it comes to your career? It's tough to keep up with the latest trends, tools and technologies related to finding, keeping and having a successful career. That's where we come in - let us be your CareerBrain. You'll get access to our knowledge of job trends, markets, industries and people. Let's put the CareerBrain to work.

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Y is for YouTube

Nearing the end of our Job Search Checklist from A to Z blog series, Y represents a tool you may not have thought of in your quest for a new job: YouTube. You’ve probably watched a few (or a few hundred) videos on YouTube over the years, but did you ever use it to help […]

X is for X Factor

As we start to wind down our Job Search Checklist from A to Z blog series, X represents that something special you bring to the table: your X Factor. X Factor Defined What makes you better for a job than any other candidates? What makes you different? This is your X Factor. Another way to […]

W is for Work History

Still moving along in our Job Search Checklist from A to Z blog series, W represents something you better be able to explain and translate to a potential employer: Work History. Your work history is your proof that you have something to offer to a potential employer. Of course you are more than just your […]

V is for Volunteering

Continuing along in our Job Search Checklist from A to Z blog series, V represents something that can help others and help your career: Volunteering. Looking for a job? Consider volunteering. You may be thinking, “That sounds great. I would love to volunteer, but I need to find a job that pays me.” Probably true, […]

T is for Twitter

Continuing along in our Job Search Checklist from A to Z blog series, T stands for a powerful job search, learning and personal branding tool: Twitter. Twitter is great for lots of reasons, but I think one of the best uses for Twitter is for your career. Twitter offers a ton of information, including jobs, […]

S is for Stress

Continuing along in our Job Search Checklist from A to Z blog series, S represents something that can creep in during any job search: Stress. Let’s face it; for most people, looking for a job is stressful. There is no question that reaching out to networking contacts, applying for job openings, interviewing and waiting to […]

R is for Results

Continuing along in our Job Search Checklist from A to Z blog series, R stands for something you should be filling your resume and online profile with: Results. Your resume and online/LinkedIn profile are some of the main tools in your job search. What are employers really looking for when glancing over your resume or […]

P is for Proofread

When I see misspelled words and simple grammar errors, I start to twinge. I was always the person that my friends relied on before submitting a school writing assignment, so things like typos drive me crazy. And I am not the only one; hiring managers and recruiters don’t like them either. In fact, if your […]

O is for Original

Continuing along in our Job Search Checklist from A to Z blog series, O represents a quality you should strive to exhibit in your job search as well as your career: Originality. It can be really easy during a job search to take a few shortcuts. You might “borrow” a resume you see online or […]

N is for Networking

Moving along in our Job Search Checklist from A to Z blog series, N represents something you should be doing every day (not only when looking for a job): Networking. Whether you like it or not, networking is a necessary part of your job search and career. For some of us, it comes naturally; for […]