Reading Time: 4 minutes In the past I’ve blogged about when my father managed a Culligan Soft Water branch. I remember watching the workers (like Gary and Big John!) move the 150# water softener tanks from the regeneration area onto the big trucks for the next step which is to drive to their customers’ locations. Growing up, we (my… Continue reading Lifting at Work and the Power of an Ant! Need a Job Analysis?
Reading Time: 2 minutes Have you been to the Williamson Pumpkin Paradise? We visited on a beautiful October Sunday afternoon and I was in awe at the creative produce! After wandering around in the fields for a time and looking at plenty a pumpkin looking for a home, we selected one. As I’m writing this, I realize I’m not knowledgeable about… Continue reading A Job Analysis Could Help You Win a Prize…Read On!
Reading Time: 3 minutes A job analysis is a process that will identify and determine in detail the particular job functions and activities, interactions within the physical environment, work conditions, requirements for a particular job, expected or desired productivity, vocational qualities, and the relative importance of all these factors combined. Whew! To continue on, the process of a job… Continue reading Job Analysis ~ It’s All About the Job, Not the Person, Dummy!
Reading Time: 3 minutes I consider the individual as the client, and the business entity (for example; an employer, a service provider, or a law firm) as the customer. In the case of providing job placement services, the client typically is a person who has already worked for a number of years in the workforce and is now on… Continue reading Client or Customer? Both are Equally Valuable!
Reading Time: 5 minutes Did you take the Why Do You Do Your Work assessment? Read on and at the bottom of my blog post, you’ll find a key with detail on your results!Motivation describes why a person does something. According to current psychology, motivation involves biological, emotional, social, and cognitive forces that initiate, guide, and maintain goal-oriented behaviors requiring endurance… Continue reading Got Motivation??? Let’s Just See!!!
Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi, thank you for stopping by to read my blog post. What day and time is it? If you are “at work” or “on the clock”, I want to know something right now that’s rather personal. Do you love your job? Was that an easy answer? Let me ask again, do you love what you… Continue reading Why Do You Do Your Work? You May Be in Love!
Reading Time: 3 minutes This blog is taken directly from Dr. James McNeil’s recent posting to LinkedIn. He graciously agreed to allowing me to share it with you! Dr. McNeil is the Program Director & Assistant Professor of Counseling at Carolina University. He’s also on the CRCC Board of Directors! His profile describes that Dr. McNeil enjoys breaking down… Continue reading The Truth About Job Accommodations from Dr. McNeil!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Happy Veterans Day to my dad Dick, my father-in-law Jim, and all the Vets I’ve worked with in the past and in the present! My dad was in the Army during the Korean Conflict; and my father in law was in the Air Force. Thank you for serving our country. Over the weekend Randy (this post… Continue reading Happy Veterans Day! Thank You for Serving Our Country!
Reading Time: 5 minutes Vocational Resources Plus LLC Celebrates the beginning of 19 years in business! September is a special month for me. My birthday is on September 15 and I started my own business on September 15…back in 1963 and 1999 respectively! Please read on for information on Vocational Resources Plus LLC. I offer life care planning as… Continue reading Happy 19th Anniversary Vocational Resources Plus
Reading Time: 3 minutes I blog about my experiences and thoughts on emotional intelligence from time to time and want to point out an important element which has to do with empathy. ~ Empathy ~ The capacity to recognize, understand and to some extent, share feelings (such as sadness or happiness or frustration) that are being experienced by another person. I’m sure… Continue reading Empathy Vs Sympathy. A Good Counselor is Empathetic