How I Became a Word Person

Way back in 1980, I was a student at Mercer University. My major was economics, but I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to pursue as a career. I wasn’t particularly jazzed about my chosen field of study at all. On the last day of Spring Quarter, I went on a solo road trip from Atlanta …

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[PRESS RELEASE] ProEdit Receives Award for Excellence in Staffing Services

The Small Business Institute for Excellence in Commerce (SBIEC) has selected ProEdit for the 2013 Georgia Award for Excellence in Staffing Services among all its peers and competitors. According to the SBIEC, “Each year the SBIEC conducts business surveys and industry research to identify companies that have achieved demonstrable success in their local business environment …

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Earliest Recorded Job Interview

Earliest Recorded Job Interview

Where Do You See Yourself in 50 Moons Time? One of our recruiters, while engaged in a quest to locate talented technical writers and instructional designers, inadvertently stumbled upon an item of profound historical significance. When she revealed her discovery to her coworkers, they encouraged her to share her find with the world for the …

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Responding to Setbacks

At some point in your career, you will encounter a setback. It’s inevitable. But how you handle that setback is what matters. If you’re in a leadership position, the way you respond to a setback is especially important. Your response sets off a chain reaction by your team members. If you’re upset by a negative …

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