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Susan Peppercorn in the Press Susan Peppercorn of Positive Workplace Partners has been featured in many publications both online and in print. Her work as a Career Coach to help educate and guide job hunters and people going through a career transition has been featured in several highly esteemed publications such as Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, US News, Huffington Post, Career Igniter and Monster.com, as well as many others. Below you will find links to press mentions and articles that feature Susan.

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Susan Peppercorn Featured in the Wall Street Journal!

Susan Peppercorn was recently featured in a Wall Street Journal article titled, "Bad Job Interview? Ask for a Do-Over" concerning second chance job interviews. Here's what they had to say: Do-overs for job seekers are rare, and the few who get a second chance make an...

Closing the Deal After a Lost Job

EXCERPTED FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES: Closing the Deal After a Lost Job. Don’t panic. It’s true that the only thing worse than this nasty surprise is its unfortunate timing. But negotiations often involve coping with sudden and unexpected developments. Read...

These 5 Toxic Thoughts Could Be Hurting Your Career

EXCERPTED FROM BUSINESS INSIDER People can be toxic — and so can thinking patterns. In fact, how you think can make a big difference in how well you do at work. To ensure that your new year gets off to a good start, here are five toxic thoughts to nix before they...

11 New Year’s Career Resolutions for People in Their 50s

EXCERPTED FROM MONSTER.COM Don’t rest on your laurels in 2016. Even if you’re not looking for a change, you should still be thinking about honing your talents so that you can leave your legacy, insure yourself against a late-career layoff, or get a raise that can help...

Closing the Deal After a Lost Job

EXCERPTED FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES Step one: Don’t panic. It’s true that the only thing worse than this nasty surprise is its unfortunate timing. But negotiations often involve coping with sudden and unexpected developments. Think through how you want to frame this...