A furlough is a mandatory, temporary layoff that is unpaid. In some industries, furloughs might be for consecutive days, weeks or even months. With furloughs coming to public safety, now is the time to adopt a furlough mindset to prepare for “when I am furloughed” rather than “if I am furloughed.” Read my ideas to help you […]
When you’re ready to move on: Changing EMS employers, a two part series, is now available at EMS1.com. Part 1 Part 2 Make sure to share your tips and ideas in the comments section for each article. I welcome connections from EMS professionals on LinkedIn.
New column is posted at EMS1.com … tips for making a job change. I am not sure when Part 2 will post, but I will be sure to announce it here. Enjoy and make sure to share your advice. When you’re ready to move on: Changing EMS employers, part 1
This morning I dropped off my son for his first day of kindergarten. He was relaxed and excited. I was a mix of relief, pride, and anxiety. I know he is ready for the academic challenges of school, but I am more nervous about the social challenges. First days of going to school, starting a […]
A Twitter connection mentioned that he was getting ready for a job interview that was going to be conducted over the phone and that he was nervous about doing his first interview. Having been on both sides of lots and lots of phone interviews here are some Everyday EMS Tips for an outstanding phone interview. […]
Finding Work with Social Media
In 2009 I have gone all in with social media. The connections I have made have led to a podcast (EMSEduCast.com), a new live online EMS education training program (EMSBootCamp.com), and a new website (PIOSocialMediaTraining.com). Together these projects have broadened my audience and exponentially expanded my network. They are also becoming a small and growing […]