Navigating the Workplace with Zippia’s LGBTQ+ Workplace Resource Guide

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While the rights of the LGBTQ+ community have been expanded and workplace inclusion is becoming more prevalent, succeeding in the workplace as an LGBTQ+ employee can still be challenging and stressful. There are many resources out there for LGBTQ+ individuals …

By Victoria
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Thinking Outside the Cubicle: Benefits of Creative Thinking in the Workplace

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Gone are the days when you can go into work, sit down at your desk, and make an impact by doing everything the way it’s been done every day before. Employers, now more than ever, are looking for ways to …

By Clarice Pennock
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You Can’t Prepare for Every Interview Question!

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I have been working with many doctoral candidates who are preparing for interviews in academia or other areas of higher education, and for roles within business, government, and non-profits. While the positions and employers are very different, the candidates almost …

By Kay Kimball Gruder
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Latinx Heritage Month Spotlight – Ana Usúa Maldonado

Ana Usúa Maldonado, Workforce Consultant at The Hartford

In celebration of Latinx Heritage Month, we asked inspiring Latinx professionals to share their stories in their own words. Meet Ana Usúa Maldonado, Workforce Consultant at The Hartford.

Can you believe it is already October? 2020 has been such a …

By Ana Usúa Maldonado
Ana Usúa Maldonado Workforce Consultant
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Interview Strategies for International Candidates 

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Do you have aspirations to work in the U.S. after you complete your academic studies? If you plan to pursue this path, an interview is your chance to make a strong first impression. It is your opportunity to promote your …

By Desiree Martino
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