Workplace Recipes: Coping with Unemployment and the Job You Hate

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Workplace Recipes: Coping with Unemployment and the Job You Hate

J. Mouton, MBA, Author, College Instructor, and Consultant

ISBN 978-0-615-26445-5


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Workplace Recipes: Coping with Unemployment and the Job You Hate is a practical, informative, and entertaining how-to guide and directory for job seekers and unfulfilled employees. It is like no other; sure to capture readers' attention with genuine detail and a quick read for direction. Discusses topics that job seekers really want and need to know.....Build understanding and coping mechanisms during a stressful unemployment season. Inherit money management and workplace fashion tips. Learn how to work under intolerable working conditions in the job before the dream job.

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Includes recipes perfect for solutions to social etiquette, appetizers, and finger foods for business sponsored events. Whether changing jobs, unemployed, or anticipating a long awaited promotion, this book is a winner for the underdog looking for a self-help guide to sanity through it all. Book is found at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Lulu online retailers. To get your paperback copy, visit online retailers or contact us for further assistance.

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The Author's Message:

With it's strong, yet tongue-in-cheek title, Workplace Recipes: Coping with Unemployment and the Job You Hate was a labor of love created to give resources and hope to the career transitioning, as well as, provide tools for consultants and instructors to help those they serve. With diverse experiences, I know first-hand the needs of all affected. My goal is to add encouragement, insight, and value. I challenge all of us to consider how we impact another's progress and find joy in every moment. -J. Mouton-


Book Excerpt

"Making do with few resources can be a challenge. Create a budget. Visit www.mvelopes.com for free personal budgeting assistance. There are a number of tactics that you can use to make the transition easier. Before making purchases, map out a list of needed items and shop within your budget. Tackle priority items first. It will be useless to buy a new dress, try it, and wear it in the dark. Pay that utility bill first, ladies. He will understand if you do not have a new dress. Gentlemen, forget about the latest........."


Book Reviews

"Workplace Recipes: Coping with Unemployment and the Job You Hate was an amazing book! Changing careers can be time consuming, followed by a series of disappointments. This book had the answers to all of my questions and concerns. Thanks,Career Wit!"

Nicole, MBA, Business
Owner and Consultant-Texas

"Bravo to J. Mouton for Workplace Recipes! A very easy read. I highly recommend the sections on Coping In between Jobs and Business Etiquette. Workplace Recipes is a fantastic tool for job seekers and those in career transition. Organizations and agencies can also benefit from implementing tips and strategies in this book. An excellent resource!"

Dr. Flowers-Ashton
Director and College Instructor-Texas

"The book is excellent! It was easy to read, makes sense, and the recommendations are easy to follow."

Larry
HR Executive-Texas