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By OI Partners
There are possible warning signs to help employees make adjustments and be ready to move forward if a job loss occurs.

By Rooftop Mind
Fresh off its successful five-episode run of "Sevvy Hounds," an irreverent web series about office workers trying to get themselves laid off, Rooftop Mind has announced it will release a surprise bonus episode on September 5.

By Robin Thompson, Director of Marketing
Mark Walker, Senior Director of Consulting and Client Services Announces New Service Offering

By Terry Corbell
Laying-off workers should be a last resort, but if you must, Seattle business coach Terry Corbell advises seven safeguards to insure your business success.

By Jon Nemeth
Many California educators, as a result of the on-going budget crises, woke up today to find some disturbing news.

By Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Magazine
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Magazine’s annual readers’ survey suggests that 7 out of 10 industry workers feel insecure about their job status, and burned out to boot.

By Helen D. Wix
Divine Splendor Coaching, LLC provides products to teach people how to become Thrivers, not just survivors.

By Health Workforce Solutions LLC
After major gains last quarter, Las Vegas, Denver and Detroit are top three markets for Q3 2010; Riverside/San Bernardino, New York and Sacramento found to be most sluggish.

By BrainstormUSA
BrainstormUSA explains that this was a much-needed boost for public school educators and students in a state that has seen more than 9,000 educators now facing the prospect of layoffs due to a budget crisis. An article by BrainstormUSA.

By Health Workforce Solutions LLC
HWS Labor Market Pulse Index Shows Continued Improvement In U.S. Health Care Labor Markets Despite Recent Layoffs. Orlando, San Francisco Bay and Detroit are top three markets in Q2 2010; Las Vegas, New York and Houston found to be most sluggish

By Eloquent Books
Downsizing, restructuring, layoffs: What do you need to know to stay employed in today’s economy?

By Health Workforce Solutions LLC
HWS Labor Market Pulse Index Shows Continued Improvement In U.S. Health Care Labor Markets Houston, Orlando and Atlanta are top three markets in Q3 2009; San Francisco Bay, Detroit and Los Angeles found to be weakest.

By Erica Miner
Erica Miner’s new release, FourEver Friends, offers an in depth, first person glimpse at the 60's era; an era that Boomer Detroit residents look to with nostalgia. She will be appearing on The Authors Show Radio on November 12, 2009

By doihaveajob.com
New job search website gives jobseekers an edge in their search by providing them with critical unemployment data.

By Bob McMullan
“Generation Axed” has been coined as a new term to describe the 14.5 million people forced out of work by companies facing the economic downturn. Bob McMullan and Steve Mathers have formed a partnership to promote Generation Axed.

By Future Match HRC logo
Don’t Force the Evil Stepsisters into Cinderella’s Glass Slippers

By Hamed Al Tamami, MD for Future Match HRC
There is still a good deal of business out there in every sector. . .

By Nachman & Associates, P.C.
Our economy continues in its downward spiral & company mergers, acquisitions and restructurings are likely to continue. Since a merger, acquisition or restructuring is a “corporate transaction”, the immigration issues often get left in the dust.

By Career Value Generation
The Career Value Book: How to Land a Job in a Tough Economy...

By Jacob Brown Designs
Jacob Brown Designs, an SEO & web design company, will be hosting a Free Internet Marketing, SEO, & Web Design seminar/workshop in Novi, MI on May 23, 2009.

By Joan O'Meara
FCS addresses areas where failure to manage Electronically Stored Information (ESI) can expose organizations to serious liability

By Altius IT
Altius IT helps organizations find security gaps to protect from disgruntled employees.

By Joel B Abraham
Critical Job Seeker Errors that are causing them to be passed up on opportunities

By Odyssey Career Solutions
Author John Swartz announced today a free job search book for the growing number of job-seekers and those individuals losing their jobs.

By Lars Plurgenborgdt
Remember that Seinfeld episode where George was unemployed and made up Vandelay Industries to be his former employer and work reference? A new website is taking that to the Web 2.0 level, complete with faux stock options, salary and other benefits.

By Gayle Santonelli
Leads group designed to help small to medium size businesses, with one person per category and per business. Bullseye Business Partners Leads group meets Tuesdays

By Qlubb, Inc
Victims of Layoffs Use the Web to Stay in Touch, Network and Provide Support For Each Other

By Quinn & Co.
Steve Korman, CEO Korman Communities, Campaigns Business Leaders to Think People over Profits During Current Economic Woes

By Anne Hatfield, KGBTexas
Clients in Healthcare, Transportation and Credit Unions Adding Staff as January Employment Falls

By AlphaStaff Group, Inc.
With Labor Department data showing the highest layoff rate in five years, related employment suits will also likely rise.

By Lorie Parch, 828 Communications
Being laid off is a chance to see work in a new way – and pursue what you really love, says career guru Susan Bernstein, M.B.A., Ph.D., founder of Work From Within

By Karen Flowers
I don’t want to see hard working Americans becoming a statistic that is not ready to fight the fight. I am offering my resume writing expertise at a reduced rate of only $38.99 for anyone affected by this horrible new trend in corporate America.

By Ackermann PR
Respondents Worry About Low Consumer Confidence and Lack of Capital for Businesses

By SeminarInformation.com/Mona Piontkowski
As the economy tightens more and more managers are faced with laying off staff. There are training programs that offer some concrete tips for handling this situation diplomatically.

By Pablo Oliva
Free do-it-yourself step-by-step loan modification service launched to help struggling homeowners save their homes from foreclosure.

By April Zhang
The shops, malls all put up their best holiday decorations in hope of stimulating people’s urge to shop. But that hope may come way awry.

By Satya House Publications
Once the shock of being unemployed wears off, you’ve got to buckle down and make the job search your job. Be prepared, it may be a job you have for awhile.

By Aniko Czinege
Communication Specialist Outlines Essential Strategies for Safeguarding Sensitive Information

By Guidant Financial Group
Whether the U.S. unemployment rate climbs or falls, it remains high enough to create ongoing anxiety for those facing the possibility of company downsizing and layoffs. Displaced workers are now launching their dreams of self-employment.

By Guidant Financial Group
Many displaced workers no longer trust the security of their jobs. Within industries in crisis, people are turning to nontraditional ways to gain financial stability. The concept of self-directed IRAs is still unknown to the investors.



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