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Kimberly Schneiderman

Kimberly Schneiderman is a senior practice development manager with RiseSmart, Inc., where she creates and manages RiseSmart's coach and client-facing programs, training, and support materials. Prior to RiseSmart, Kimberly built a specialty coaching practice working with senior officers in law enforcement. She has authored numerous career-related book chapters, articles, and videos, and has appeared on news and radio programs as a subject matter expert. Kimberly is active in a variety of career industry associations and served on the board of the National Resume Writers' Association for several years.
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Success October 9, 2018
What Geoffrey Owens Teaches Us About the Art of Work Ethic

Last month, when photos of The Cosby Show actor Geoffrey Owens working at Trader Joe's went viral, the country reacted with mixed emotions. While some began job-shaming Owens, others praised him for his unapologetic work ethic and grit. Many fellow members of his acting community came out in support, sharing their own stories of holding similar positions in between acting roles. Chris...

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Inside Recruiting July 12, 2018
Recruiting in the Era of Gen. Z and AI: 3 Trends to Watch

As the saying goes, change is the only constant. That saying has never been as true as it is in recruiting right now. Five generations of employees now work together in offices where constant technological advancement is changing how work gets done and who — or what — is doing it. Many employees now demand remote work options, and others would rather be independent contractors than...

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Success August 18, 2017
5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Internship

Whether you're a fresh college graduate or going through a career transition, internships can help fill the gap between education/acquired skills and real-world experience. An annual survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) found 91 percent of employers say candidate experience is a factor in hiring decisions, and half prefer new grads' experience come from...

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