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What Does it Mean to be a Protector?

Protectors (Security group) are the gate-keepers of information, structures, and people. They work in careers that pertain to security, protection, and privacy. They enforce the laws and develop the policy of emerging threats, including cyber-security. Cyber-security is emerging and now offers new and exciting careers. Protectors make decisions based on the letter of the law, which they seek to maintain at all times. These are the people you can trust to tell your secrets to because they tend to be private and crave order. Protectors are found in criminal justice, cyber-security, law, law enforcement, and government. They are civil servants, police officers, lawyers, truant officers, parol officers, security officers, detectives, correctional officers, guards, homeland security officers, and network security specialists.

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12 Companies Ramping Up Their Diversity & Inclusion Efforts

While more diverse than in the past, it’s no secret that corporate America suffers from a lack of diversity and inclusion. Nowadays, companies are being more intentional about ramping up their diversity and inclusion efforts to show solidarity and support to their underrepresented employees. Thankfully, many companies are now realizing that increasing diversity and inclusion

4 Ways To Deliver Constructive Criticism Remotely Without Altering Employee Morale

Managing a team remotely and struggling to communicate constructive criticism? You aren’t the only one. Given COVID-19, more employees and teams are working remotely more than ever, causing an increase in digital communication over in-person interactions in the workplace. Interacting online is causing us to rethink how to work effectively within our teams, including how

4 Ways To Take Your Career To The Next Level 

Are you feeling stuck in your career? You’ve likely hit a career plateau that happens to the best of us. Sometimes the plateau is caused by feeling uninspired by the work that you’re doing, but it could also be a result of your actions. The difference between a career that flattens and one that skyrockets

Happy National Intern Day! How to Make Your Virtual Internships a Win-Win

Like everything else in 2020, internships have been affected by COVID-19. The typical internship experience is not so typical. While many internships have been canceled, many have also gone virtual. For interns, it can be nerve-racking starting a new internship, to begin with, without the added layer of understanding expectations while working remotely. For many

Glassdoor’s Diversity & Inclusion Transparency Report 2020

Last month, Glassdoor CEO Christian Sutherland-Wong said, “At Glassdoor, we recognize that diversity within our own employee base is essential to the long term success and vitality of our business. To date, we have fallen short.” Today, he followed up saying, “As a next step, we feel it’s important to acknowledge where we are today,

4 Tips to Negotiating Salary During Economic Uncertainty

During times of economic uncertainty—like now—it can be tough to envision yourself asking for more money, let alone getting it. “With many industries struggling economically during this time, many professionals may feel like it isn’t a good time to negotiate their salary,” says career coach Hallie Crawford. You may assume the company isn’t willing or

3 Ways To Become Friends With Your Coworkers While Working Remotely

Research has shown that when employees have friends at work, they are better performers, more engaged, and happier with their jobs. However, thanks in large part to technology, how we relate to our coworkers is changing due to COVID-19. Working from home can be difficult. Even with a calendar filled to the brim with Zoom

4 Ways To Deal With An Uncommunicative Boss When Working Remotely

Even in the best of times, it’s easy to feel disconnected from your manager, given how busy both your schedules are. Working remotely during COVID-19 can make you feel more out of touch with your manager. Although you’ve been able to keep in touch with your boss via Zoom calls and Slack chats, you still

9 Signs You Nailed the Interview

If there’s one thing that drives people crazy when applying to jobs, it’s the uncertainty. Of course, you always want to get a job offer, but if recruiters give you prompt feedback on your application status — even if it’s negative — you can generally deal with it pretty well. Those days after an interview

Department of Defense to Address Sexual Assault in the Military

Legal Help for Veterans is a law firm helping veterans get the benefits they deserve. Northville, MI (Law Firm Newswire) June 26, 2019 – Acting Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan announced in a memo that the Department of Defense has created the Sexual Assault Accountability and Investigation Task Force to investigate the pervasive issue of