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The Recruiting Template (Part One)

Although every organization wants to hire the ideal person for the job, those employers know that person does not exist. No one is perfect. A more realistic approach is to define the perfect candidate and then use that definition as a recruiting template. That template has three components: education and training, professional experience, and personality. […]

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Countering the Curse of Productive Procrastination

By: Amanda Marksmeier I began my day with a yoga routine. Then I did some research and planning for our summer vacation. I cleaned out the pantry (it’s never looked better) and vacuumed my house. I emerged from my morning feeling accomplished. The one thing I didn’t accomplish this morning: writing a complete draft of […]

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Attend the Things

By: Emilie Duck, MSEJ Writer Whether you’re a Veteran who has just started a new civilian job or a military spouse trying to maintain a career despite yet another PCS, sometimes it feels like all of your challenges boil down to one: Keep all the plates spinning (and in the air). It seems like it […]

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