Cleaning your kitchen and bathroom often results in the antiseptic scent of bleach and artificial pine. Molly Maid uses concentrated products that reduce exposure to chemicals and are gentle to your family, your pets, your family's family of pets, your pet family, or the environment. The company is also committed to principles of green house-cleaning practices and can use natural products where available. Your expert housekeepers will dust, spray, scrub, wipe, mop, pluck, and sweep your floors, surfaces, baseboards, and more. They'll clean the encrusted Lean Cuisine from your microwave and fetch the browning banana from your sock drawer. In the event that a spot is missed amidst the furrow of brooms and brushes, you can count on Molly Maid's 24-hour guarantee.
The career consultants at Resumes, Etc. help job seekers stand out from the competition with resumes and cover letters designed to catch the attention of hiring managers. They have a wide range of specialties, including resumes for entry-level positions, career changes, and federal jobs. If desired, they’ll even act as advisers, helping clients to define career goals.
It’s difficult to objectively hone in on the specific skills that make you an asset to future employers without an expert’s help, and the psychology behind résumé formatting is daunting to most. Today’s side deal includes a consultation with a professional résumé writer, either over the phone or at the University Heights office, to highlight your strengths and experience and pinpoint the specific goals for each résumé. You'll end up with two stellar résumés for different types of jobs, as well as two different, specially crafted cover letters ($20) to lasso future employers’ interest. In addition to the writing services, Advantage provides unlimited faxing of your résumé in response to advertised positions in the United States, and it will post your résumé to advertised positions online. Advantage also offers rush service for no extra charge. Call ahead for an appointment.
Mentoring Women's Network member and business executive Tiffany Daniel appreciates the professional partnerships she fosters through the organization. But "it's not just about making connections and doing business deals," she adds. "It's about mentoring. ... I have already felt that in the first year, and I look forward to ... helping [other women] in their careers as well as continuing to grow myself." With a board made up of lawyers, executives, and financial professionals, the Mentoring Women's Network packs the know-how to help women get ahead and support one another in a number of fields, including traditionally male-dominated workplaces. Members are not just students of professional development; they're also teachers who make valuable networking and personal connections with women in their own field and others.