Waiting by the Mailbox

Posted on January 16th, by Phil Rosenberg in on the job. No Comments

In our careers and in our lives, there are moments of key importance when news finally arrives that we have expected impatiently for a long time. The wait by the mailbox seems interminable.

The HR Doctor remembers as though it were yesterday running to the mailbox every day as a high school senior waiting for a … Read More »


Your Career is a Reflection on Your Life

Posted on January 15th, by Martha Duesterhoft in Career Advice. No Comments

When I think of the word, “career”, I think in terms of one’s lifework. It’s about the aspect of life devoted to working. For most of us, that is a long time span and, on average, consists of about 25% of the total hours in a year.

So what career strategies can be put in place … Read More »


Why Giving Notice Matters

Posted on January 14th, by Pete Radloff in on the job. No Comments

Welcome to 2015, and another year of unlimited possibilities and opportunities. Among these opportunities, for many people, landing a new job is by far one of the most exhilarating feelings one can experience. With this new job so many possibilities are abound: a fresh start, higher pay, more responsibility and/or management potential, and a whole new … Read More »


Taking Stock of Your Federal Job Search

Posted on January 13th, by Karol Taylor in About the Public Sector. 2 comments

It’s January 2015! Time to set some goals!! Let’s see…eat right, exercise, lose weight, and spend time perfecting our federal job application package. If we were honest, we might admit that we establish the same goals year after year without doing anything – or maybe the right thing – about them. So perhaps it’s time … Read More »