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Evelyn Kwong

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What’s the best way to approach a career gap?

Is it true that companies prefer to hire people who have been steadily employed without career gaps? The answer may surprise you – more employers are shifting away from this mindset. To help explain this, consider that historically, previous generations of workers would typically stay with one… Read More
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Happy Thanksgiving from Another Source

https://anothersource.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/11.21.22-Weekly-poll.mp4 During our team huddle last week, we each shared our favorite part of the Thanksgiving meal. Some said mashed potatoes, others said pie, and yet others place more emphasis on the quality time spent with loved ones. Are there any special traditions you are fond of? On behalf… Read More
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Coffee & Conversations with Arjun Devgan

Every month, Another Source invites a guest to meet with our team for a quick Coffee & Conversations chat. This November, we had the pleasure of meeting with Arjun Devgan, Global Vice President of Customer Success at Amplitude. We enjoyed our time with Arjun so much that… Read More
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Where Can I Get My HR Questions Answered?

As an HR professional, there are boundless sources of information related to our craft – but when can you find time to peruse all the articles, listen to podcasts, or find the answers you need when you’re in a pinch? Thankfully, folks in HR and People & Culture are… Read More
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Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples Day

Many of us remember taking off school or work the second Monday in October for Columbus Day, but there has been a call to bring greater awareness to Indigenous Peoples Day in light of the impact of colonization. Dictionary.com explores the history behind the two observances… Read More
The poster is rectangular in shape with a black colored chalkboard background overlaid with mathematical equations. In the center of the poster, on a diagonal, is a black rectangle bordered by small teal, yellow and red rectangles. It features the 2022 NDEAM theme, “Disability: Part of the Equity Equation,” along with an equation composed of several graphics: a circular photo of a woman in a wheelchair working at a computer with colleagues, followed by a plus sign, followed by a square image of a woman who uses crutches viewing a document with a colleague, followed by an equal sign, followed by a light bulb icon. Across the top of the rectangle in small, white letters are the words National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Along the bottom in small white letters is the hashtag “NDEAM” followed by ODEP’s website address, dol.gov/ODEP. In the lower right corner in white lettering is the DOL seal followed by the words “Office of Disability Employment Policy United States Department of Labor.”

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month

In October, we celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)! The theme for 2022 is “Disability: Part of the Equity Equation.” During this month, we recognize the past and present contributions of people with disabilities in the American workforce, as well as inclusive employment policies and practices. Stay tuned… Read More
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Hispanic Heritage Month Career Sites

Here at Another Source, we’re driven by our mission to create an inclusive, equitable, and progressive recruiting process for our candidates and clients alike. In the spirit of Hispanic Heritage Month, we wanted to share career sites and resources tailored to Hispanic job seekers. Hispanic Heritage Month… Read More
Many recruiters are starting to use emojis in the outreach process. Should you?

Should You Use Emojis in Recruiting?

If you had to guess, do you think increasingly more people use emojis nowadays – or less? With the entry of text recruiting, which witnesses over 90% higher open rates than email, emojis are growing in popularity. Many Millennial and Gen Z candidates prefer to be… Read More
Hispanic Heritage Month 2022

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15th through October 15th, 2022. This year, the theme for Hispanic Heritage Month is “Unidos: Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation.” Here are some fast facts about the celebration:  September 15th commemorates the independence… Read More