Should you sell yourself at work? If you want to move up the corporate ladder and get noticed, then yes you should.
At the end of the day, we’re all salespeople no matter what job we do and in virtually all aspects of our life. We sell ourselves to potential employers, potential customers, potential significant others,
C&A Industries, parent company of Celebrity Staff, has just received some exciting news! For the second year in a row, we’ve been recognized as one of Omaha’s Best Places to Work. Click here to read all about it.
LinkedIn.com is a professional networking resource that continues to evolve since its inception nearly seven years ago. Having a LinkedIn profile is a “must have” in 2010 and a few simple reminders on how to effectively use the tool can go a long way toward projecting the image you want to portray to existing and
Businesses of all sizes have made changed and sacrifices to endure the economic fallout experienced during the last 24 months. Cutting costs makes sense from a management perspective with corporate down-sizing, layoffs, and outsourcing of positions. Expectations have risen to do more with less, but “running lean” takes a toll on the human factor, the
Celebrity Staff’s wellness committee, AurHealth, hosted the 6th Annual Health Fair last week. With more than 47 health and wellness vendors and nearly 300 attendees throughout C&A, the 2010 Health Fair was C&A’s biggest and most successful. Check out our photo slideshow!
Loyalty and tenure: two words that rarely describe employees in today's businesses. These qualities were once commonplace in a time when pensions were common and identities were associated with a company, not a career choice. Ten, fifteen, twenty years were expected and anything less was frowned upon.
C&A Industries, parent company of Celebrity Staff, hosted a biscuits and gravy breakfast fundraiser benefiting the 2010 NAMI Walk. A total of $577.75 was raised with all proceeds going directly to the walk as items for the breakfast were generously donated from various C&A employees. A special thank you goes to Vince P. for the
According to a recent Careerbuilder.com survey, more than half (58 percent) of those laid off in the last twelve months have found new jobs. Fifty-one percent have found full-time positions (up from 48 percent in June 2009) and 7 percent have found part-time positions (up from 3 percent in June 2009).
Last night I had an hour-long conversation about teeth. Teeth and the current happenings in the dental world, actually. Believe it or not, it wasn’t the first conversation about teeth that I’ve had. I can’t pretend it’s the most interesting topic ever, but during this conversation, I was riveted.
Have you ever considered working on a contract basis while you are looking for a full-time position? Did you know that almost 40 percent of contract or temporary employees nationwide, according to The American Staffing Association Web site, are eventually hired as full-time employees?