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At SC&C, we aim to assist job-seekers in all aspects of their employment journey. However, as retirement grows closer, some may realize that they are not quite ready to sit back.
Post-retirement employment certainly does not have to be (no should it […]
What types of cyber-threats are targeting corporate workers? What is a people-centric approach to security? What are some best practices for creating an effective security training program for employees at all levels?
Non-Senior Company workers are the main target of cyber-criminals. Fred Coon, CEO, Stewart, Cooper […]
Organizations use a myriad of tools to help them develop a strategy based on sound analytical assessment. SWOTT, PESTLE, GAP Analysis, Mindmaps, or Five Forces Analysis, each provide an avenue to assess factors that can help address strategy or design risk analysis. VUCA is another way to […]
What were are the top barriers many women experience during their climb up through major corporations? What can be done to circumnavigate or offset these barriers? What recommendations should women who are advancing their careers take into consideration?
In this podcast, SC&C CEO, Fred Coon, interviews […]
More frequently, companies have been hiring workers who are certificate trained. In fact, it appears that the MBA is becoming more of an option and less of a necessity than it has been in past years.
Fred Coon, CEO, Stewart, Cooper & Coon, interviews Norm Allgood, […]
How do Millennials feel about joining unions in today’s employment landscape? What can unions do to attract more Millennial membership? What are the major jobs where Millennials may be more apt to join a union? Now that they are beginning to enter the workforce, how […]
While dress codes have been implemented and enforced in the workplace for decades, there are legal limitations on what employers can actually require of their workers when it comes to appearance and grooming.
It is certainly not uncommon for companies to regulate how someone visually presents […]