Now that you have taken positive action in knowing what you want after following the steps in Part 1, the next steps in Part 2 will help you to go out and get it.
On ‘Ask Adam’ this week, CEO of Apploi Adam Lewis answers a question from Rani Cheema in Queens.
New York’s most iconic department stores unveiled their magical holiday window displays revealing the joy and spirit of Christmas in each casement.
I sometimes joke that I am “Mr. Opportunity.” As an executive recruiter, my job is to reach out to people and offer them the chance to make a change in their life. Unfortunately, unless you are among the top professionals in your field a “Mr. Opportunity” will almost never knock on your door. If you want to make a change you need to take positive action.
CEO of Apploi Adam Lewis spoke to Rebecca Jarvis on ABC’s Real Biz today about the revolutionary app Apploi. Watch here.
The press often publishes employment statistics from the New York State Labor Department with figures boasting high levels of employment in New York. Data about the leisure, hospitality and retail sectors are written about and analyzed at length. The environmental sector, however, is rarely discussed, despite the steady rise in its employment levels.
To gain a competitive edge in a tough economy, many jobseekers feel that they must alter their appearance, lose weight, change their hairstyle or buy new clothes to find work. Some people spend time and money on personal stylists, teeth whitening and cosmetic procedures in order to successfully land a job.
CEO of Apploi Adam Lewis talks to Heather Childers about the best holiday shopping apps. Watch here.
The idea of etiquette when communicating at work drives me crazy because it really depends on the company you work for and what their personal expectations are. Everyone communicates differently, so there are no hard and fast rules. To be quite frank, it’s less about following a generic standard of etiquette than it is about understanding your colleagues and bosses and the norms of where you work.