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Peter D. Bullard, Ph.D. Industrial/Organizational Psychologist
Press Release Body = "GREAT NEWS! WE'VE SOLD THE COMPANY!" How long has it been since you heard that phrase? You have probably heard it said not too long ago! This announcement is usually great for stockholders and executives but not so great for the long-term older employees of the company. What do the displaced older employees do now? What employer would want an experienced, mature, reliable, and honest employee that will give a full day's work for a full day's pay? These authors "have been there and done that!" This small team of corporate veterans from the disciplines of Marketing, Human Resources, and Business Administration/Counseling put their personal corporate experiences together and discuss a number of aspects of corporate life in their work entitled "Great News! We've Sold The Company". This was written to help all employees, both young and old, that may be displaced or "re-purposed" when a company merges, downsizes, "re-invents" itself, moves to a foreign country or just closes its doors. The authors also include topics such as writing a Scannable Resume, writing a Resume that will get attention, net-working, and corporate cultures. "We also included information to help single parents understand how to enter the job force as a viable candidate for employment and dressing for success. We also discuss current issues in the workplace such as job stress, job satisfaction, depression, staying healthy, and understanding what motivates people." The authors discuss some of the good and bad management styles that are encountered daily and the concept that bigger corporations may not necessarily be better when it comes to being one of their employees. "We examined ethics and integrity and how an employee can loose their code of ethics and be absorbed within the culture of the institution in order to be seen as a team player." The authors discuss why some people tend to discount their own abilities and accomplishments and how obscure and seemingly insignificant events can affect millions for generations. The authors give a new and better definition to the term "average Americans"; discuss workplace mentoring, how long it will take to find another position and getting on with living life to its fullest. They have also included crucial information about locating and obtaining venture capital.
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