Don’t just ‘set and forget’ anti-harassment policies. 11/1/2012 By Andrew Slobodien and Elizabeth Peters Since the landmark 1998 U.S. Supreme Court decisions in Faragher v. City of Boca Raton and Burlington Industries v. Ellerth, most companies have recognized the importance of adopting equal employment opportunity and anti-harassment policies. A new line of cases, however, suggests that [...]
On this weeks show we covered the importance of the support roles in business. These support roles are not always the most glamorous or the most desired but they are some of the most important jobs in business. These jobs are currently open allover the state of Maine. The willingness to be flexible when unemployed [...]
David on WLOB This week we covered CMA’s new updated job page http://www.cmacareer.com/job-seekers-2/ and AAP’s Click the link to listen.
Don’t Respond to Quickly Click here to listen… Today, everyone is quick to react and we seldom think before we respond to emails or texts. Think about it, you get a text and immediately respond. You get an email and oh it will only take a quick second to call or email back and I [...]
Career Management is excited to welcome Christy Hillman as our Director of Client Services, specializing in CMA’s Recruiting and Contract Employment staffing services. She is one of only 400 dually Certified Placement Consultants and Certified Temporary Specialists in the United States. As a CPC and CTS, Christy is knowledgeable on employment laws and regulations and [...]
CMA is proud to announce the addition of Valerie Mercer. Valerie brings a wealth of HR experience to CMA, having worked in Human Resource Management in the retail, media, forestry and manufacturing industries, for the past 15 years. Her hands on knowledge of succession planning, organizational development, individual coaching, leadership training, and recruiting make her [...]
Congrats to Kathy Buxton, she is the winner of the CMA “Dooney and Bourke” Business Tote. Kathy is the Human Resource Manager for Lucas Tree Experts in Portland, ME. CMA had a great time at this year’s Maine HR Convention, and can’t wait till next year.
Congratulations to Abigail Crenshaw, she is the winner of the CMA iPod Contest. Abigail is a Human Resource Administrator for Tyler Technologies in Falmouth ME. When we announced the winner of the contest Abigail stated that “I never win anything”. We are pleased to say, she will no longer be able to make that statement. [...]
Daniel Collins – Project Manager Daniel Collins brings to Career Management Associates a vast background in project management with a customer focused approach. His recent experience has been in leading a start up organization and as a Public Relations Director. These attributes will enhance CMA’s proficiency in delivering quality services and programs to our clients. [...]
By Brian C Tupper – Consultant Cover letters have changed over the last five years along with the delivery method. Do you still send your resume and cover letter in the mail? Most employment recruiters or hiring managers spend 15-20 seconds per resume and probably even less on a cover letter. Combine this rushed process [...]