Monthly Archives: May 2009

Are Americans as Entrepreneurial As We Think We Are?

We Americans pride ourselves on our self-reliance, independence, and strong sustainable work ethic. We believe that our individualistic, entrepreneurial approach to solving problems and meeting needs is what has made such a prosperous nation. As Tom Peters, the personal branding … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Economic Stimulus Update

Now that it has been three months since the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) has been law it’s a good time to see what effect this law may be having in New Hampshire. New Hampshire, like every … Continue reading

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The Hurt of Unemployment

The pain may not be as deep as losing a child, parent, or spouse and it may be better than to undergo a severe personal injury, but the despair brought on by being unemployed can be a close second. This … Continue reading

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The Uncertain Value of Outplacement

So, Outplacement is getting a bad rap. The service does not appear to be coming through the Recession with its reputation intact for delivering value, dependability, and reliability.There are three reasons for firms to offer Outplacement to their employees: it improves … Continue reading

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