A suite of features addressing the needs of print and online editors in leading newspaper groups and their independent counterparts. These columns and special assignment articles have appeared in some of the nation's most prestigious newspapers, including 51 major dailies or their niche publications, and suburban and community newspapers. USA Today
and the Los Angeles Times are among the credits.
THE RIDE (new commentary on the entrepreneurial experience)
For all generations of aspiring or current business owners
Entrepreneurs shape the new economy. They talk about
money and their roller coaster ride. Feel the spirit! See
the award-winning site of The
Knoxville News Sentinel, which launched the column.
(weekly commentary and artwork)
For readers and site visitors with some work experience
WorkWise was first syndicated in 1994. It discusses
emerging trends in the workplace, HR and small-business topics,
and scholarly findings made accessible to readers. This column
is a staple in business and special sections, in print and
online. Check The
Modesto Bee for WorkWise.
WorkWise Interactive (weekly Q&A and BlogTip)
For job seekers at any point in their careers
WorkWise Interactive is an information-packed
Q&A column about job-finding. Its BlogTips showcase compelling,
often humorous insights from experts on topics of all kinds
related to employment. This column is featured in business
and special sections, in print and online. The
Times is one of a growing list of clients since the
2004 launch to carry this widely appealing column.
Special (new products developed for editors)
For editors seeking customized content
This exciting service for business pages, special sections
and niche publications assures the best content the market
has to offer. It is selected from the wide range of columns
for which the WorkWise suite is known emerging
trends, on-the-mark job hunting, hot careers, small business
and local interest topics, including higher and graduate education.
innovate with this material. See what The
Miami Herald developed. The
Modesto Bee uses two full columns, with one broken
Hispanic Living featured an article on Latina entrepreneurs.
A third affiliation with The
Hartford Courant, the nation's longest continuously
published newspaper, bridged local with national perspective.
For four years, "Your Money" at New York's Daily
News published many special small business, career
and education articles. The Los
Angeles Times featured an article about global awareness
through graduate study abroad. A cover story in the Chicago
Sun-Times discussed the value of an MBA, while The
Seattle Times article on stepped-up alumni career
services led its section. A nursing publication at The
Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.) launched with our national
and local content exclusively. An article published in UTAH
CEO magazine focused on management training
strategies and tactics.
What Readers Say
have taken your advice in your columns and changed how Iím
looking for work."
A., tradesman, Pontiac, Mich.
article on age discrimination was very informative. You have
a great talent for taking a more complicated issue and turning
it into useful, practical information."
am going to hold on to that career advice for forever."
office support, Mobile, Ala.
Cedar Hill, Tex.
enjoy reading your column. It's helped me with a lot of things
I've been working on."
in transition, Houston, Tex.
work. Your material is always topically current and insightful."
military recruitment executive, Fort Knox, Ky.
only wish that all the good info you share with your readers
was available to me and my students back in my teaching years.
Believe me, you would have been our Monday discussion."
retired teacher, Commerce Township, Mich.
splendid and highly entertaining column. Note to self: No
grooming in places with windows."
Rigg, social media specialist, The Times Media Company, Munster,
read your column in the Sunday San Francisco Chronicle.
It is very informative. I am glad that there is such a column
to help job seekers."
San Francisco, Calif.
read your article, 'To Young Job Seekers: Tighten Resumes,'
with great interest."
new grad, Hartford, Conn.
present job search programs to two different groups each week.
We have eight offices in six counties. I'll share your wonderful
information with my co-workers!"
Greene, workforce strategist, Business Services KV Works Inc.,
enjoyed your recent column because I had an interview that
the interviewer didn't know how to end."
international transportation job seeker, Munster, Ind.
"Thank you for your comment about not taking a job you
know won't work out."
read your article on facility management and am looking for
a career change. Your article inspired me."
career-changer, Dallas, Tex.
huge cheers for your recent article 'Getting the Irritation
to Stop,' read in the Post and Courier's Careermarket."
hospital laboratory technologist, supervisor and performance
improvement coordinator, Charleston, S.C.
is stunning advice."
friend of a person in hostile work environment
"I will be sharing your article about customer service
with some co-workers."
customer service, Houston, Tex.
was fascinated reading about working with horses to further
the team-building goals of an organization."
McMullen, The McMullen Co. Inc., Davis, Calif.
you, thank you, thank you!"
are a gifted writer."
Weaks, writer/producer, STL-TV, St. Louis, Mo.
are the only career columns we buy. They help enormously."
Vega, managing editor, Custom Publishing, KNS Media Group,
continue to enjoy reading your articles and I am thrilled
when I hear readers from our region are sending in questions."
Foreman, employment sales manager, The Roanoke Times,
for your consistent hard work."
Saltanovitz, assistant editor, Business, The Times of Northwest
Indiana, Munster, Ind.
managing editor was so thrilled with the WorkWise package
that she grabbed it and put it in the early run for Sunday,
not realizing it was for publication next week."
Blount, editor, High Point Enterprise, High Point,
appreciate the value that your column brings to our readers."
Johnston, publisher and president, The Modesto Bee, Modesto,