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Clear Communication Key to A Supportive Work Environment

Amy Coleman on January 14, 2013

posted in Disclosure, Employer, HR

While there are many pieces to the puzzle of creating a supportive work environment for those living with cancer, clear communication is found to be the most important across the board.

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The Most Important Questions To Ask Before A Job Interview

Sarah Goodell on January 10, 2013

posted in Interview, Job Search

There are tons of questions to consider when preparing for an interview, but which ones are the most critical?

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Spring Educational Series for Healthcare Professionals - Registration Now OPEN!

Amy Coleman on January 7, 2013

posted in Event

Learn how to advise your patients & clients on balancing work and cancer. Join us this Spring for our popular Educational Series, updated with all new content!

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Thank You To All of our Supporters!

Andrew Jacob on January 3, 2013

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2012 was a whirlwind year and we can't thank our supporters enough for their generous support of Cancer and Career's mission and programs. Thank you!

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Recapping Our First Ever In-Service!

Eva LaManna on December 20, 2012

Cancer and Careers held our first in-service program at CancerCare last week, and it was a huge success!

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Beauty of Giving Luncheon was a Huge Success!

Sarah Goodell on December 17, 2012

On Dec. 7th Cancer and Careers and CEW hosted our biggest annual fundraiser at the Waldorf Astoria in NYC - read on for some of the highlights of this wonderful event!

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Buy One, Get One, Give Some.

Kate Sweeney on December 12, 2012

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Laura Mercier is counting down 12 flawless days of Christmas and the Laura Mercier Ovarian Cancer fund, which benefits Cancer and Careers, is lucky number 10. Buy a Bonne Mine cheek and lip palette, receive a Deep Teal Tightline Cake Eye Liner, and support a great cause. It’s a win, win, win!

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Debunking Myths about Job Searching During the Holidays

Amy Coleman on December 6, 2012

posted in Job Search, Networking

A common misconception is that job hunting during the holiday season is a waste of time. But those who think that companies put hiring on hold until the new year may be missing out on some great opportunities.

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Setting Boundaries When Telecommuting

Eva LaManna on December 3, 2012

A new study shows that telecommuting increases work hours and blurs the lines between work and home, making it important to set boundaries.

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New Articles on Interviewing!

Sarah Goodell on November 27, 2012

posted in Interview, Job Search

We recently added two new articles under the Looking for Work section of our website - Mock Interviews and Interviewing Methods and Tips. Read about some of the highlights and then go check them out yourself!

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Must-Have Job Skills in 2013

Amy Coleman on November 26, 2012

Change is a constant. And with 2013 just around the corner, this time of year is ripe for change. Whether you're investigating new job opportunities or an employee looking to get ahead and grow within your company, be sure you familiarize yourself with these must-have skills for 2013 that are imperative in an evolving economy & job market.

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ADA National Network

Eva LaManna on November 19, 2012

The ADA National Network provides information, guidance, and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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CAC's New Mobile Site

Sarah Goodell on November 15, 2012

posted in CAC Event, Free

CAC's new mobile website is up and running so that you can get important info and resources on the go.

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Cancer's Effects on Work Ability

Sarah Goodell on November 12, 2012

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A recent study in The Journal of Cancer Survivorship examines the ways that cancer can affect survivors' ability to work.

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Great Resources From FlexJobs' Blog

Amy Coleman on November 8, 2012

We are always on the lookout for valuable information to share, and we found some great articles from our partners at FlexJobs.com.

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The Art of Networking in Cyberspace

Amy Coleman on November 2, 2012

posted in Job Search, Networking

Networking is essential, whether you're doing so to secure employment or expand your circle. With all that technology has to offer these days, maintaining meaningful connections in cyberspace can be a challenge. But it's possible - and beneficial.

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Searching for Jobs While Unemployed

Sarah Goodell on November 1, 2012

posted in Job Search

Nick Corcodilos, host of the website Asktheheadhunter.com, recently provided some great advice on the best ways to search for a job when unemployed.

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BCA Month Media Coverage

Trevel Balser on October 26, 2012

posted in Cause Marketing

We have been pleased to see some terrific media coverage for our BCA Month partners and CAC!

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Job Skills You Should List on Your Resume

Amy Coleman on October 23, 2012

We often hear that honing in on skills can be the toughest part of the resume writing process, leaving people feeling frustrated, self-conscious and disheartened. But it doesn't have to! Learn more about some tips for the best way to describe the skills you bring to the table.

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California Events Recap

Sarah Goodell on October 19, 2012

The Cancer and Careers team kicked off the month of October with two successful events in California - the Beauty of Caring in San Francisco and the 2012 Cancer Rights Conference in Central Valley!

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