Original, engaging premium content filled with stories about emerging trends in job hunting, careers and recruitment. These columns and special assignment articles have found their way into some of the nation’s most prestigious newspapers or their niche publications, both in print and on 142 news and 115 commercial websites.
WorkWise (commentary, with artwork)
• WorkWise was first syndicated in 1994. It discusses emerging trends in job hunting, careers and recruitment. This column appears in business and special sections, in print and online. For recent columns, check the Knoxville News Sentinel and the Houston Chronicle (in print).
Job Hunting, Careers, Recruitment
|WorkWise: Finding a fit for veterans||WorkWise: Is it the job market or you?|
WorkWise: Making networking events manageable
|Hiring veterans is challenging because of differences in jargon and, in some cases, the seeming lack of transferable skills. Are companies hiring for the wrong reasons and overlooking the right ones? Are they using the best process?||“Too many early morning LinkedIn searches?” asks Sandy Charet, president of Charet & Associates Inc. in New York City. “Too many coffee ‘dates’ that end up feeling like blind dates and you wonder why you even met with the person in the first place?"||Networking is difficult for people who are ill-at-ease in groups. A few simple steps will ameliorate this problem.|
Susan Phelps, CEO of Odyssey Mentoring LLC in Beaverton, Oregon, promotes a strategic view of networking – “nurturing the relationships you have,” she observes.
WorkWise Interactive (weekly Q&A)
• WorkWise Interactive is an information-packed Q&A column about job-finding. The Roanoke Times, in Job Market, has featured employment questions each week for more than nine years.
Customized Content (potpourri of topics)
• Dr. Culp has freelanced widely. Publications span USA Today’s Hispanic Living, The Hartford Courant, New York's Daily News, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Sun-Times, The Seattle Times, UTAH CEO magazine and the Polish American press.