Thinking of leaving your current job for a new job offer but is concerned about the workplace environment? Well, in this week’s video, I will be giving you three steps to help you figure out if the new job will have the environment you are looking for. These steps will give you the confidence to ask the right questions during your interview to determine if there is a healthy workplace environment or a toxic workplace environment. As job seekers, there is nothing wrong with evaluating the culture of the workplace because the ultimate goal is to have job satisfaction. So, grab your notebook and get ready to write down some great career advice from your favorite career success coach!

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#CareerSuccess by is a program of Jennifer Tardy Consulting, LLC where we are on a mission to forge successful careers at the intersection of employers and historically underrepresented populations (UPs).

What is an underrepresented population?

An underrepresented population (or UP) describes a subset of a population that holds a smaller percentage within a significant subgroup than the subset holds in the general population.

When we say UP, we are generally referring to:
– Career Success for Women
– Asian Career Success
– Latino Career Success
– Black Career Success
– Career Success for People with Disabilities
– Veteran Career Success
– Career Success for the Next Generation (e.g., Millennials)
– LGBTQ Career Success

In other words, when there is a higher percentage of individuals available in the labor force than represented within an organization, that population of individuals is considered “underrepresented”​ with that employer.

We have a vision to be #UnderrepresentedNoMore. In order to move toward that vision, we provide group coaching programs, 1:1 coaching, and free career advice and resources for job seekers. We also provide training to Diversity Recruiters and consulting to employers on how to diversify their talent pipeline.

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