The 2014–15 Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) was released today by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The OOH reflects BLS employment projections for the 2012–22 decade. The OOH is one of the nation’s most widely used sources of career information. It provides details on hundreds of occupations and is used by career counselors, students, parents, teachers, jobseekers, career changers, education and training officials, and researchers.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics 2014�15 Occupational Outlook Handbook is now available by clicking here…
*FREE for 2013 CCCEAC Members
Tuesday, December 3rd from 730am-10am at the Concord Hilton Hotel
Our guest speaker for this seminar is Janet Edrington, founder of Common Sense Workplace, specializes in HR Consulting and Training. She has over 25 years HR experience as a manager, trainer and consultant. Ms. Edrington holds a BS in Human Resources Management from Golden Gate University and certification in Training and Human Resources Development from University of California, Berkeley; she is designated by the Society of Human Resources Management as a Senior Professional of Human Resources.
How much of your time is spent dealing with difficult employees? A recent article quoted that an average of 57% of a managers time is spent handling employee issues. Come join us on Tuesday October 15th to learn effective ways to address your Divas, Disrupters, Destroyers and the Disengaged. Don’t be held hostage by employees that bring value, and yet get away with destructive behaviors costing you productivity, profitability and peace of mind.
Our speaker Jody Bagno-Dill, is the founder and CEO of Jazz Business Consulting, a firm specializing in the development and implementation of strategy geared for growth. She consults and coaches Owners, CEOs and Senior-level management on reducing the drama and distrust that hurts workplace culture and impact.