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Myth: Hard Work And Credentials Determine Employment Opportunities Feb 2016

Myth: Hard Work And Credentials Determine Employment Opportunities

Alev Dudek

"The way one's career develops has little to do with what one went to school for, envisioned, or carefully planned. Careers generally result from coincidence. Regardless of these facts, job seekers are told to endure extensive career testing and planning, or they are asked to create artificial networks that seldom lead to more than frustration. They are given tests that allegedly determine which careers a particular individual would excel in and be a good fit for based on his or her skills and interests, as if the individual would not excel in other careers as much, or as if ...


How To Define Who Qualifies As An Employee Within The Meaning Of Title Vii?, Steven Kaminshine Nov 2015

How To Define Who Qualifies As An Employee Within The Meaning Of Title Vii?, Steven Kaminshine

Steven J. Kaminshine

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In The U.S. Supreme Court: How To Define Who Qualifies As An 'Employer' Within The Meaning Of Title Vii, Steven Kaminshine Oct 2014

In The U.S. Supreme Court: How To Define Who Qualifies As An 'Employer' Within The Meaning Of Title Vii, Steven Kaminshine

Steven J. Kaminshine

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In The U.S. Supreme Court: Does Title Vii Protect Former Employees From Acts Of Retaliation By Former Employers?, Steven Kaminshine Oct 2014

In The U.S. Supreme Court: Does Title Vii Protect Former Employees From Acts Of Retaliation By Former Employers?, Steven Kaminshine

Steven J. Kaminshine

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