Stoner Sundae: How to Make Weed Ice Cream. A star pastry chef explains how to have your ice cream and get high too Considering the end goal, making marijuana edible can be a comically precise process, often entrusted to industrious professionals or abandoned midway by stoned hobbyists.
Pastry chef Katy Peetz, formerly of Roberta’s in Brooklyn, has developed a polished recipe for giggle-inducing, weed-infused ice cream. Her method requires a home ice cream machine and some patience. What Consultants Do. How to Pitch Yourself as an Expert to the Media. A friend of mine recently called and said she was about to draft a pitch promoting herself as a food expert to several broadcast outlets.
She asked if I would take a look once she was done. Several days later, her email popped up. The subject? “This feels so weird.” 4 Ways to Improve Your Twesume. Among all the newest social media job seeking fads, the Twesume might just be the easiest to quickly implement.
Do you have a Twitter account? Do you have a resume? Then you already have about 90 percent of your Twesume. Just because a Twesume can be put together quickly, however, doesn’t mean there aren’t some real things to consider before hitting the tweet button. 5 Innovative Ways for Job Seekers to Stand Out. As soon as people learn that we help Fortune 500 companies and leading brands recruit their teams, I’m usually asked one of two questions.
Those looking for shortcuts ask whether systems can be manipulated to get them selected. The answer is: Don’t be a fool. The more honest and resourceful job seekers (or their parents) ask if there are things they can be doing to stand out. The answer is yes. Here are the five things I recommend: 1. As every HR manager will tell you: resumes say very little. This means: utilize technology. Don’t send an hour-long monologue, though. Find a way to highlight your talents. And, of course, as David Roth, CEO of the Store WPP, points out, companies will question: If you can’t market yourself, then how are you going to market your products?
2. Go against the grain. 4 Sneaky Ways to Determine Company Culture in an Interview. When you’re looking for a new job, you don’t just want the right position—you want the right culture fit: An office that matches your laid-back vibe, your work-hard-play-hard attitude, or your uber-creative personality.
A team that supports your love for collaboration, your do-it-yourself spirit, or your desire to have a great mentor. Sure, you could do good work anywhere—but if the attitudes and predispositions of the workplace feel like second nature, you’re more likely to hit the ground running (and to be happy there for the long haul). But unfortunately, you can’t just ask “Can you tell me about the company culture?” 27 Things Advertising People Know To Be True. Martine Letarte, collaboration spéciale. Par exemple, les perspectives d'emplois d'Emploi-Québec pour les designers graphiques et les illustrateurs sont «acceptables» pour 2011-2015.
Elles sont aussi «acceptables» pour les journalistes. Pourtant, on est devant une autre réalité lorsqu'on regarde les statistiques de placement à l'Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), établissement réputé pour ses programmes en communications. «D'après le ministère de l'Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport (MELS), 97% de nos diplômés de 2009 du baccalauréat en design graphique étaient en emploi en janvier 2011. Pour le baccalauréat en communication (journalisme), 95% étaient en emploi. Précisons que ces statistiques ne prennent pas en compte les diplômés qui poursuivent leurs études», affirme Sylvie Quéré, directrice adjointe, service de planification académique et de recherche institutionnelle, à l'UQAM.
L'Université fait aussi ses propres statistiques. «Selon nos données, 100% de nos diplômés en journalisme étaient en emploi. La pige. How to Feel Like You Rocked the Interview Every Time. Citoyen Optimum. Agence Relations Presse Montreal. Avec cinq nouveaux coéquipiers et un agrandissement de nos espaces, notre maison de communications et relations publiques vient de vivre une véritable poussée de croissance.
How to Effectively Use Twitter as a Job Search Resource. In the age of social media, we have countless outlets for job searching.
Platforms such as LinkedIn are the first to come to mind, but can candidates use Twitter to find jobs as well? This past Thursday the HR teams at Twitter and NPR collaborated in the first live #NPRTwitterChat aimed at helping job seekers use social media as a job search tool. The chat was centered on six questions that received over 800 tweets from industry professionals all over the U.S., and even some from New Zealand and the UK.
How a Mentor Can Accelerate Your Career. At the beginning of your professional career, everything in front of you can appear daunting.
During these formative years, you are deciding what you want to do, who you want to be and where you are going to start. Many of us change our minds about our future career before we hit the workforce, and then there are, of course, job changes throughout your career. 5 Ways Cloud Collaboration Improves Hiring. Michael Dennis is the CEO and founder of FindHire, an innovative sourcing, interviewing, and hiring software platform.
Connect with Michael and the FindHire team on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. The age of the “worker bee” is over. Companies of all sizes and shapes are wisening up to the fact that employees aren’t just task-doers — they’re thinking, breathing humans with a penchant for creativity and teamwork. Cloud collaboration is the driving force behind these new workplace principles — and it’s affecting hiring in a big way.
Optimiser son profil LinkedIn et développer son réseau. Transformez votre CV en une véritable infographie avec Re.vu- BlogNT : Le Blog des Nouvelles Technologies dédié au Web, aux nouvelles technologies et au développement Web. How to Really Understand Someone Else's Point of View - Mark Goulston and John Ullmen. By Mark Goulston and John Ullmen | 9:00 AM April 22, 2013 The most influential people strive for genuine buy in and commitment — they don’t rely on compliance techniques that only secure short-term persuasion.
That was our conclusion after interviewing over 100 highly respected influences across many different industries and organizations for our recent book. These high-impact influencers follow a pattern of four steps that all of us can put into action. In earlier pieces we covered Step 1: Go for great outcomes and Step 2: Listen past your blind spots. Later we’ll cover Step 4: When you’ve done enough… do more.