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Jimmie Flores's Articles in Jobs Career Work

  • He Said: “I Wish I Had a Meaningful Job!”
    While serving my church as an usher on the evening of Christmas Eve, I had a conversation with an acquaintance. I arrived early to the mass, which gave us a chance to chat. Sam is a jovial man, who makes it a habit to strike up a conversation with anyone. While I have not seen him sing in the church choir, he does have a great voice.
  • 2 Topics You Must Accentuate in Your Interview
    The job market is demanding today, and your responses in an interview impact whether you are going to land the job, or whether it will go to someone else. The “most qualified” person is not always the person who is given the job. While your work experience is important, your ability to accentuate several key points is critical.
  • The Doctor Gave Her Only One Crutch
    While heading to teach a Project Management course, I ran into a colleague making her way to teach a Database Management course. From a distance, I noticed that she was limping along with just one crutch. Knowing that she needed assistance, I approached her and asked how I could help.
  • When Employees Quit in Large Numbers - A Conversation with Katrina
    Several months ago, I had a discussion with a colleague who informed me that her entire department quit on a Friday when she was at a conference. She received a call from the HR department informing her that all five of her employees submitted their resignation.
  • Knowing the Right Time to Resign Your Job
    There was a time when people thought they would work for the same employer – the forever. Today, it’s unusual to hear someone say they plan to retire with the company where they currently work. In fact, many people are applying for a new job within months of accepting an offer.
    Backing Into a Job
  • The Interview Response That Disqualified Me From a Job
    Over the years, I have interviewed for my share of employment positions. In some of those interviews, I did well, and in some I fell short. For the most part, I am well-prepared, and have a good idea what the interviewer is interested in hearing. Unfortunately, it’s tough to prepare for every question or every scenario.
  • 10 Ways to Differentiate Yourself During an Interview
    What do you bring to the table? What makes you unique? Once you get a chance to interview for a position that interests you, it’s important you mention what is important to the employer. In other words, avoid thinking about what matters to you.
  • The “Long-term” Director Suddenly Quits
    Many years ago, I worked for an organization who couldn’t keep a director more than a year. In essence, the director was in charge of managing the day-to-day business of the company. Other than working into the evenings on some days, the position didn’t seem too tough, especially since much of the work was delegated to the competent staff.

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