Employaid.com Founder Speaks at Pace University

HR Industry Veteran Barbara Poole Gives College Students Job Search Advice.

New York, NY, January 22, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Upcoming graduates, alumni and non-Pace alumni are invited to Pace University January 22nd for its latest seminar, Managing Your Career in an Economic Downturn. The event features a panel of presentations that includes Barbara Poole, a 25 year veteran of the Human Resources industry and founder of www.employaid.com, a leading online resource for career development and HR executives.

The talk will highlight best practice advice for job-seekers in a tough economic climate, job searching and interview techniques as well as ways to change careers. The event also features a unique one-on-one speed coaching session with the panel experts.

“Job hunting can be one of life’s biggest challenges for people in all stages of the career cycle,” Employaid founder Barbara Poole said. “In a volatile economy, many are finding themselves out of a job, or worried about being the next one downsized. This event will provide relevant career assistance, planning and hands on coaching to help people increase their marketability in a rough economy.”

Poole added that the recently launched Employaid Exchange is a valuable resource for people in all stages of the career life cycle who have questions and need best practice advice for professional development. Participants in the Exchange receive confidential personal responses to questions in 1-2 business days.

Managing Your Career in an Economic Downturn will be held Thursday, January 22nd from 6-8 p.m. at the Downtown NYC campus of Pace University: 1 Pace Plaza, Level B, Multipurpose Room. More information can be accessed at: http://www.pace.edu/page.cfm?doc_id=18398.


About Employaid
Employaid is an online community for corporate employees to find the resources they need for success, whether they are starting out, are ready to check out of a corporate career, or somewhere in between. Here members will find tools, strategies and skills to navigate the rough waters of their workplaces. Or, simply to get ahead in their life, work, and career.

Because everyone is an individual, Employaid was designed with the individual in mind. Members can find the aid they are looking for across a wide variety of media - so they get what they want, how they want it, when they need it. Employaid is a unique and growing community of Members who are changing the face of today's workplace. Employaid can be accessed at www.Employaid.com.

Media Contact: Allison Brinkman, Eisen Management Group
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