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October 2016 Archives

Some tips if you lose a job, Part 2

Contending with the loss of a job can be difficult. But your only real option is to take proactive steps that can get you back into the workforce, hopefully with a job as good or better than the one you lost. Previously on this blog, we looked at some of the things you can do if you have been fired and are looking for a new job. This week will add a few more steps you can take to get your career back on track.

Some tips if you lose a job, Part 1

Losing a job is difficult. You face a crisis of confidence, a sudden loss of income, and extreme uncertainty. No one likes being fired, it is incredibly overwhelming. Unfortunately, losing your job isn't all on your employer. You also have some responsibilities or risk losing access to some of your rights. This post will go over some tips.

Sexual harassment rampant among national parks employees

Numerous reports are coming out that illustrate a culture of sexual harassment, intimidation, bullying, and other misconduct is visited upon female employees of the U.S. National Park Service, including iconic locations such as Yosemite, Yellowstone, and the Grand Canyon. So far, at no less than 18 people have come forward with allegations of harassment at Yosemite Park.

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