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October 2016

Open House Remarks – Tiffany Xiong, former Daily Work intern

From the Open House – Tiffany Xiong, former Daily Work intern To read more about what happened at the October 18 Fall Celebration and Open House, click here. My name is Tiffany Xiong and I was a social work intern in 2013. My experience with Daily Work was both personally and professionally rewarding for me. At Daily Work, I helped people in a real, authentic and practical way. I helped them with their resumes and cover letters – many of them had never even had one before! I helped them understand current workforce recruitment practices and how to identify the transferable …
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October 2016 Newsletter

October 2016   Values are not universal; they are shaped by our experiences, relationships, and situational context, but because values are often linked to deeply held personal beliefs, they can be cause for discrimination and misunderstanding in the workforce. Recently, several Daily Work job seekers were terminated from positions due to this conflict. Here are few examples: A  job seeker was told by a hiring manager that he intended to extend a job offer, only to have it rescinded after the job seeker disclosed he was homeless in a casual conversation as he was leaving the interview. This same job seeker was terminated from …
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Daily Work MNSights Feature

Check us out! Daily Work is featured in the Fall edition of MNSights, the newsletter of Minnesota Philanthropy Partners, For more than four decades, a number of Minnesota foundations have been sharing expertise and operations to improve the effectiveness of their giving. Today, this group of charitable affiliates comprises Minnesota Philanthropy Partners; MN Partners is anchored by: The Saint Paul Foundation Minnesota Community Foundation F. R. Bigelow Foundation Mardag Foundation Thanks to MN Philanthropy Partners and Julie Kendrick, a local, free-lance writer and proud supporter of Daily Work, for showcasing the important resources Daily Work and others are providing to strengthen families …
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True Diversity in the Workplace Needs to be a Two-way Street

Values are not universal; they are shaped by our experiences, relationships, and situational context, but because values are often linked to deeply held personal beliefs, they can be cause for discrimination or misunderstanding in the workplace. Recently, several Daily Work job seekers were terminated from positions due to this conflict. Here are few examples: A  job seeker was told by a hiring manager that he intended to extend a job offer, only to have it rescinded after the job seeker disclosed he was homeless in a casual conversation as he was leaving the interview. This same job seeker was terminated from a position …
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