Menu
up

TE Admin

Aug 102014
 

About This Issue . . .

The Animal Science Monitor Readers Have Spoken!

We asked for your feedback . . . and you gave it to us!

Fortunately, the results of our recent Animal Science Monitor survey were overwhelmingly positive. First and foremost, those who participated in the survey would like for The ASM to continue. Second, they also pointed us in the right direction as far as future content is concerned.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NEWSLETTER

Looking for a job?

Search HERE

Jul 102014
 

About This Issue . . .

A 7-Step Checklist for ‘Balancing the Big Picture’

Work-life balance has become an important issue for employees and employers, and the reason is simple: most people are experiencing difficulty attaining that balance.

If you count yourself among those who are currently struggling with balance, then there’s no time like the present take the steps necessary to turn things around and regain control.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NEWSLETTER

Looking for a job?

Search HERE

May 102014
 

About This Issue . . .

5 Steps for Selling Yourself During an Interview

During a job interview, you’re selling yourself. You’re selling your skills, your enthusiasm, your ambition, you name it.

The stark reality of the situation is this: if you’re sitting in an interview and you’re not selling yourself, you’re wasting everybody’s time, including your own.

Not everybody is comfortable with the idea of selling themselves, but those candidates who do so successfully are the ones who land the jobs they desire. By engaging in the five steps below, you can improve the outcome of any job interview.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NEWSLETTER

Looking for a job?

Search HERE

Apr 102014
 

About This Issue . . .

During the past few years, some companies have worked employees longer and harder to squeeze as much productivity out of them as possible while keeping their overhead low.

What this created in those companies was an atmosphere of discontent, a situation where as soon as the employees were able to make a switch to better opportunities, they would. Millions of people leave their jobs for a new opportunity every year.

So the question is this: if you find yourself in a situation similar to the one described above, what should you do?

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NEWSLETTER

Looking for a job?

Search HERE

Feb 102014
 

Just recently, the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks played each other to decide which team is the best one in the National Football League, and this issue of The Animal Science Monitor is all about being the best that you can be. Whether it’s attending industry events like conferences and conventions or discovering those things at which you’re good and completely mastering them, reaching your full potential should always be on your “to-do list.”

Of course, we also strive to be the best that we can be at The ASM. That’s why, as always, we hope that you enjoy this (and every issue) of our newsletter!

—Dan

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NEWSLETTER

Looking for a job?

Search HERE

Jan 282014
 

About This Issue . . .

Everybody wants to be valuable and influential in the New Year, both in their personal life and their professional endeavors, and we tackle both subjects in this issue of The Animal Science Monitor. Specifically, we address how you can increase the value of your career “portfolio” and we also list the most influential animals of 2013. (Who knows, you might learn something from them!)

So welcome to the first issue of the ASM for 2014. We hope you enjoy it and that this year is a great one for you and your career!

—Dan

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NEWSLETTER

Looking for a job?

Search HERE

Mar 212012
 

“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end . . .”

Those are lyrics to the song “Closing Time” by Semisonic, and they accurately reflect the theme of this issue of The Animal Science Monitor.

That theme is: new beginnings can be fun, exciting, and a great source of inspiration and motivation. Not only that, but it’s never too late for a new beginning, no matter how old you are or how long you’ve been doing what you’re doing.

We hope that 2012 has marked a new beginning for you in some area of your life and that you’ll reap the benefits of that beginning for the rest of this year and beyond. And of course, we also hope that you enjoy this month’s issue!

**Be sure to register for MANC and Meet Dan Simmons!

– Dan

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NEWSLETTER

Looking for a job?

Search HERE

Mar 212012
 

At The Animal Science Monitor, we’re all about your success—planning for it, achieving it, and enjoying it. This goes for job seekers, but also for the clients & companies we work so hard for. When you recruit for a company you become engrained in their successes.

Our spotlight issue speaks directly to this sentiment: How you position your company for greater growth and success is greatly impacted by how you hire your top talent.

If you’re searching for a new career, our “Career Book of the Month” can help guide your path and of course, attending “Upcoming Events in the Animal Science Industry” can lead to greater training and networking opportunities. I hope that you enjoy these features—and everything else we have to offer—in this issue of The ASM. Here’s to every client, future client and job seeker’s continued success!

– Dan

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL NEWSLETTER

Looking for a job?

Search HERE