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WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL -- Mary Abbajay | Women Who Mean Business

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Daily Labor Report® -- Mary Abbajay | Discrimination—Employees With Emotional Link to Jobs File Fewer EEO Complaints…

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WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL -- Mary Abbajay | People on the Move...

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WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL -- From the Publisher, Alex Orfinger — I recently met with Mary Abbajay. She runs her own consulting firm called Careerstone Group. She’s a tornado of energy. She’s the type of small businesswoman presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney talked about on the campaign trail. She’s an entrepreneur and a job creator. Not in the traditional way with hundreds on the payroll but her consulting operation has dozens on contract as it rides along through the ups and downs of government and commercial works…

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WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL -- Women Who Mean Business — This year's honorees all have lessons to share — in the ways they run their businesses, give back to the region and help lift up the next generation. Mary Abbajay of Careerstone Group is among 40 local women who are profiled and honored in this special issue of WBJ.

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WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL -- Resuming after a resume — The best job hunts revolve more around others than you. Scour employee rosters and LindedIn networks for a friend or friend -of-friend who works in the same company and can put in a good word, says Mary Abbajay, a principal at D.C.-based Careerstone Group LLC.

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WASHINGTON EXAMINER -- THE 3-MINUTE INTERVIEW — Companies still do not understand how to manage and how important communication is down and across the work force. Companies over and over reward people for their technical skills and put them in a management position. And these people don’t know how to manage.

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HUMAN RESOURCE EXECUTIVE ONLINE -- This story accompanies Eager To Help, a feature about how recruiters are starting to tout their volunteer opportunities to attract a more community-conscious Gen Y workforce. By Carol Patton. Source: Mary Abbajay, Careerstone Group, Washington.

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HUMAN RESOURCE EXECUTIVE ONLINE -- This story accompanies Eager To Help, a feature about how recruiters are starting to tout their volunteer opportunities to attract a more community-conscious Gen Y workforce. By Carol Patton. Source: Mary Abbajay, Careerstone Group, Washington.

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WASHINGTON SMART CEO -- How to avoid employee dress code disasters. When dress code disasters strike, CEOs must be prepared to stitch up the problems. Dress code experts troubleshoot some common employee attire issues.

Mary Abbajay & Karen Bedell give advice on how to help younger workers dress appropriately…

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TALENT MANAGEMENT MAGAZINE -- Generational Diversity: Mastering the Boomer-X-Y Divide, by Karen Bedell, Succession planning — the development of successors for top leadership and management roles — is critical for any company. The smooth transition of power and leadership, of management and institutional knowledge is vitally important to an organization's long-term success…

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