The Danger of Loose Mask Policies | My Student Experience Working in a Pandemic

When I saw the parent enter the classroom maskless, I immediately thought, “Thank God I’m vaccinated”, but if you looked closely, my eye was twitching. I didn’t care the next day was June 15th—the day when all businesses were to …

By Romina-marie Baronia
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Vax to Work | Can your Employer Require the Vaccine?

There are over 166 million fully vaccinated persons in the U.S.––4X the entire population of California! Yet, this is only 50.7% of the country and we’re entering a massive resurgence in infections and deaths due to the Delta variant. Employers …

By Thomas Guzowski, U of R Employee
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4 Tips for Finding a Great Job After a Pandemic Gap

Landing a job after a long employment gap can be daunting. And the pandemic left many people unemployed—as well as overwhelmed and wondering what comes next. The good news is as we transition into a post-pandemic era, more and more …

By Marla Keene - Vault
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Finding Power and Democracy in Forgotten Communities

What happens when someone visits communities others avoid–where even the residents wish they were somewhere else? Dr. Brian Charest, Assistant Professor of the School of Education at the University of Redlands has been teaching in prisons and running alongside the …

By Thomas Guzowski, U of R Employee
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The 4 Easy Ways to Build a Network Using LinkedIn

“Dig your well before you’re thirsty.” This is one of my favorite sayings. You don’t want to wait to develop a network until you need a job. Rather, you want to build those connections before you need them. Not only …

By Kelly Dries
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Worst Answers to ‘What’s Your Greatest Weakness?’ and Other Common Interview Questions

Even within all advancements and changes to the job search process, some parts of the interview process remain unchanged. For example, hiring managers still use certain common interview questions to judge how well candidates will fit with their firms. So, …

By Erika Rykun - Vault
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Your No-Frills Guide to Working With an Asian Colleague

Hooray! You’re a non-Asian who has an AAPI-identifying person in your workplace! Don’t stand there like a deer in headlights! Just follow this no-frills guide to the dos and don’ts of interacting with an Asian in the workplace.

Where are …

By Wenmei Bai
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How to Come Out at Work

The LGBTQ community and our allies rejoiced in June 2020 when the Supreme Court ruled that it’s now illegal—in all 50 states—to fire gay, bisexual, or transgender people for simply being who we are and loving who we love.

According …

By Dibs Baer - The Muse
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Asian Names in the Workplace

Filling out forms is stressful. There is an irrational anxiety of getting it wrong, no matter how straightforward the information is. Perhaps it’s a missing digit in an ID number or a case of misreading the instructions. But the boxes …

By Quynh Nguyen
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My Ethnicity is Not Confined to a Career

I am a writer.

It took me three years to confidently say this because, as a Filipina American, I was given only one career path by my parents: nursing. Throughout middle school, it plagued my mind as I studied late …

By Romina-Marie Baronia
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