Reading Time: 2 minutes In June, I wrote about my dad Richard Prochnow and his work. Now on to my mom! During the years all five of us were at home in the 70s, going to school every weekday, my mom worked out of the basement. Ann typed recipes for cookbooks. Using a manual typewriter, she typed up the ingredients and… Continue reading My Mom’s Jobs…From Typing Cookbooks to Court Clerk to Pool Manager….and more
Reading Time: 4 minutes (Original post date Aug 6, 2012) Last week I wrote about my assessment prowess, ad to move on, I’d like to share with you that… Finally, I assessed cell phone technology, made a “smart” decision and got a smartphone, aSamsung Galaxy S III! Jacob, the almost 18-year-old says, “Answer your smartphone, or are you too… Continue reading Smartphone for a Dumbperson? Setting SMART Goals!
Reading Time: 3 minutes Original post dated: July 9, 2012 I watched on tv Agnieszka Radwanska and Serena Williams play in the Women’s Singles Wimbledon Championship on Saturday. The players exhibit incredible physical power, strength, balance and stamina. Their eye-hand-footwork coordination is just as incredible. However, the concentration involved and a deliberate and well thought approach to each move… Continue reading Keep it Between the White Lines and Hit Hard! Career Counseling & Outsmarting Your Competitor.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Originally Published on: May 28, 2012 This is such a busy time of the year for everyone! Yesterday my family celebrated Jacob’s high school graduation. It was a very nice ceremony held at the Knapp Center on Drake’s campus. So much diversity at North High! So many happy families! And the band and chorus were… Continue reading Graduations, Birthdays, Holidays, Weddings, and Career Counseling, Oh My!
Reading Time: < 1 minute Take a little time to think about your early interests in life while watching this eye opening You Tube video ~ Childhood Interests Can Help You Find the Right Career which portrays a powerful connection between childhood interests and your career. The first business I started in my youth was a baby sitting service (not just being… Continue reading Childhood Interests Can Help You Find the Right Career
Reading Time: 2 minutes Job Placement Can Be Viewed as a Professional Procedure The goal of the procedure is to facilitate the job search to locate a position that matches the person’s knowledge base, skill set, attributes, work capacities, interests, aptitudes and physical abilities. Location, work scheduling, level of earnings, benefits, opportunities for growth plus more are identified. Job… Continue reading What is Job Placement? It’s a Professional Procedure!
Reading Time: < 1 minute Vocational case management is an integral component of the rehabilitation process to return the injured worker to suitable, gainful employment. Services are available to evaluate the rehabilitation potential of the claimant, to provide counseling for disability-related concerns, and when appropriate, to access the labor market and identify job placement opportunities are available. The variety of… Continue reading Vocational Case Management Services
Reading Time: < 1 minute Vocational case management is an integral component of the rehabilitation process to return the injured worker to suitable, gainful employment. For the best efficiency and efficacy, services should begin as soon as possible. Early intervention is a good practice, especially for small businesses. If early intervention wasn’t established, once the physician releases the individual for… Continue reading Vocational Case Management