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The national average of the time it takes displaced workers to find a job  according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, is nearly 42 weeks. This may come as a shock to recruiters who spend endless hours searching and hoping to find quality employees to fill much-needed roles at their respective org...Read Full Article
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“My relationship with one office bully is strained beyond what could be productive. Her emails are attempts to put me in my place. She will frequently email me and copy our boss and ask him what they should do, excluding me. When I interact with her I get a knot in my stomach.” “With the other office bully, it is so subtle I can’t put my finger on it. It is clear that the two of them operate as a...
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WILMINGTON, DE, 02/01/13 — Careerminds Group, Inc., a North American provider of virtual outplacement and career transition services reported today that its overall 2012 time-to-placement for job seekers in its programs averaged 12 weeks. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the average unemployed duration for American workers is 41.9 weeks, or about 10.5 months. Careerminds reduced that figure significantly, getting its participants back to work in approximately 3 months, or 71 percent faster than the national average. "This...
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Republican presidential hopefuls are out campaigning in full force in an effort to win the party’s nomination. Both parties have stressed the critical role small businesses play in boosting the economy and creating jobs. Find out what Careerminds' Chief Innovation Officer Justin Schakelman wants from its nation’s leader?
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Careerminds CEO Raymond Lee and Chief Innovation Officer Justin Schakelman share the company's unique differentiation in the outplacement services space with FOX Business Reporter Kate Rogers. Careerminds was voted as the nation's 'Small Business of the Day' by FOX Business viewers. Thank you! Read full article>>
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Careerminds' own Justin Schakelman shares some valuable tips with The Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch on how part-time workers can position themselves for full-time employment. Listen to interview >>
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The strings are starting to loosen at last. The people with a dream are finding believers. Investment in innovative start-ups in Delaware and around the country is bouncing back after a moribund time during the recession, raising hope of more growth and vitality in the kinds of business that traditionally create the most change and bring the most buzz. [Read Full Article]
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A Delaware company aims to “change the way Fortune 1000 companies think about career transition services” has gotten a big boost toward success — a $1.285 million boost, to be exact...[read full story]
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