The following blog post is an excerpt from Work Coach Cafe. It’s a good one and worth sharing.
July 10, 2008 By Ronnie Ann
“So why do job interviews make us feel really nervous, even if we know we’d be great for the job? A good question indeed. I’ll do my best to come up with some [...]
If you’ve applied for a job recently, you’ve probably looked over that 8½ x 11” summary of your career more times than you can count—and tweaked it just as often—in pursuit of the perfect resume.
But before you add another bullet point, consider this: It’s not always about what you add in—the best changes you can [...]
‘Help Wanted’ – Top Equine employers share secrets on how they attract and retain quality workers. by Jennifer O. Bryant
Reprinted with permission from Stable Management Magazine
The horses in your barn depend on their caretakers. Inattentive or inexperienced workers can jeopardize their health and well-being and may even cost you valued clients. But you have [...]
July 6, 2012—Equine Canada is pleased to host two Federation Equestre International (FEI) Jumper Stewards Clinics. The clinics are open to all FEI jumper stewards and senior national stewards with permission from their national federation and Equine Canada Senior (S) and Senior National (SN) stewards. The clinics will take place at Caledon Equestrian Park in [...]
An Olympic Groom’s Journey
Pamela Nunn is a freelance FEI groom who went to previous “Games” with Canadian event rider Selena O’Hanlon and this time, will be going to London with team alternate Shandiss Wewiora and 8-yr-old Irish Sport Horse Rockfield Grant Juan.
Pamela writes: “One of the interesting things about being a freelance groom is [...]